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From "Mittler, Nathan" <>
Subject RE: CPP Client and Temporary Topics
Date Mon, 24 Jul 2006 14:17:36 GMT
Right now the CPP client only supports the stomp protocol, which does
not support temporary topics.  So it's a limitation of the client in the
fact that it only supports the stomp protocol right now.

You could try one of the openwire clients, which you can get to from the
C Integration page (  I
don't have any experience with these clients, but there are others on
the list that have used them in the past.  

The top item on our list for the activemq-cpp client is to add support
for the openwire protocol, which will give it the functionality of
temporary topics (among other things).


> -----Original Message-----
> From: kevinba [] 
> Sent: Monday, July 24, 2006 10:07 AM
> To:
> Subject: CPP Client and Temporary Topics
> I have a C++ client that is the server for my Java web 
> server.  Java request data from the C++ client through 1 
> topic.  Java creates a temporary topic and sets the ReplyTo 
> to this topic.  This way the data being sent back is only 
> received by one person, the person asking for the data.
> If I'm right you can't handle temporary topics at all in CPP 
> client.  You can't create a tempoary topic and you can't 
> respond back to a request when the destination is a temporary 
> topic.  I've tried responding back and I just get an 
> exception.  I've not tried creating a temporary topic but it 
> looks like the function just throws an exception if I 
> followed it correctly.
> Is someone working on this and how long will it be before it is done?
> This is the only thing left so that I can switch from SonicMQ 
> to ActiveMQ for my JMS broker.
> Thanks,
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