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From "Nathan Mittler" <nathan.mitt...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: activemq-cpp getStringProperty
Date Fri, 05 Oct 2007 18:11:32 GMT
Hmm ... you certainly should be able to set properties on text messages.  If
you wouldn't mind, it would help us a lot if you could provide a sample main
that demonstrates the problem.

Thanks,
Nate

On 10/5/07, cmaxo <cmaxo@engineer.com> wrote:
>
>
> I'm using the activemq c++ 2.0 client to produce and consume a message to
> and
> from an activemq 4.1 server.  When I produce a message I set a property
> like
> this:
>
> textMessage->setStringProperty((const char*)key, (const char*)value);
>
> where key and value are valid strings and the textMessage variable is a
> valid TextMessage.  Using wireshark, I see the string properties go to the
> mq server as header properties in a tcp packet.
>
> However, when I read the message and ask for the same property an
> exception
> is thrown which I catch as a CMSException which indicates: "property not
> available in message".  I get the text of the message ok but I can never
> query for properties.
>
> My question is what am I doing wrong but along those lines I have a few
> others.  I'm using the stomp protocol, should I be using another?  I'm
> using
> TextMessages, should I be using ByteMessages?  Do I need to setup the
> ActiveMQ server with any additional configuration in order to pass those
> message properties along?  This occurs with any property I try to
> set.  Any
> information or pointer to documentation that explains this is greatly
> appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Corey
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