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From Prachi Munjal <>
Subject Re: Request Response
Date Wed, 13 Dec 2006 09:30:10 GMT

Hi, Actually we have to use Active Mq and no other wrapper implementation. It
will be great if you couls help me working with this. I am setting the
acknowledgement mode for the session and also doing setReplyTo().

James.Strachan wrote:
> Sounds like you are not using either auto-acknowledgement, message
> acknowledgement or transactions.
> Until you are a bit more comfortable with the JMS API you might wanna
> try Lingo which hides the JMS API from you behind a simple POJO API
> On 12/12/06, Prachi Munjal <> wrote:
>> Hi, I have started using Active mq just few days back. what i am trying
>> to
>> make is a request response program in Java using Active Mq.
>> Both Producer and consumer implements a message listener and my producer
>> sends a message on a queue which is received by the consumer, Producer
>> also
>> creates a temporary queue and sets setJMSReplyTo property of the message
>> before sending it. Consumer then creates a response and send it back to
>> producer (on the temporary queue set by the producer) but producer does
>> not
>> receive it.
>> Also when i re-start the consumer again without stopping the activemq the
>> consumer receives the same msgs again that were sent to it in the
>> previous
>> run. I have set durability and persistence as False. Please suggest me a
>> solution for these 2 problems.
>> Thanks in advance.
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