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From Adrian Co <...@exist.com>
Subject Re: Messages send via JMX are deliverd, but the other ones not...
Date Tue, 29 Aug 2006 16:42:54 GMT
Hi,

Could you attach your client code, so we could test it and see? 
(producer and consumer) :)


Markus Joschko wrote:
> Hi,
> I think I made a stupid mistake but I can't find it. I simply try to send
> and receive a message from a topic. The problem is that if I try to send a
> message from the code, it is never delivered to the clients (which are using
> MessageAvailableListeners and operate on one connection). However I can see
> in the JMX console, that there are two subscriptions on the topic "test".
> Furthermore I see the attribute enqueuecount on the test topic increasing
> when I send a message from the java code. On the Operations tab of the test
> topic I can press the browseAsTable button I can see a number of JMS
> messages which match the one I sent (at least the priority and the
> timestamp). However fields like JMSType and properties are empty???
>
> Doing a further test in the JMX console by sending a textmessage from it
> triggers the clients. The messages are received correctly.
> Hm, I have no clue what's going wrong. The code that sends the message:
>
>             Destination destination = session.createTopic(channel);
>             TextMessage message = this.session.createTextMessage(text);
>             MessageProducer producer = this.session.createProducer(null);
>            
>             producer.setDeliveryMode(DeliveryMode.NON_PERSISTENT);
>             producer.setDisableMessageID(false);
>             producer.setPriority(1);
>             producer.send(destination, message);
>             producer.close();
>
> I wonder if it is correct to create the topic again to send a message.
> However if I store the destination and reuse it, it doesn't work either.
>
> Another thing that I can see in the JMX console and that makes me wonder is
> that there are multiple topics:
>
> test 
> ActiveMQ.Advisory.Consumer.Topic.test
>
> as soon as I send a message via the JMX console a further topic is created
>
> ActiveMQ.Advisory.Producer.Topic.test
>
> This does not happen if I try to send the message from the java code. Seems
> that I don't understand how to correctly create a topic for a
> messageproducer .....
>
> Thanks for reading, 
>  Markus
>
>   


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