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From alexvs <thealexsi...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Integrating C++ Client with MDB
Date Wed, 06 Jun 2007 22:05:47 GMT

Hi Albert

Same here; I see it listed on jboss JMX console as well.  If C++ calls with
a topic name of TEST.FOO, that topic is added to the list.  However, nothing
happens when I use the exact same destination name as the one my MDB is
listening to.  In a sense I am not "creating" a topic, I am merely looking
one up and I was wondering if that createTopic method from C++ is really the
way to go on this case.

Have you been able to call your MDB from C++?

I am at a loss here.  This was for a prototype project and since I can't get
this to work we'll probably have to stick with C++ for the server
environment, which I was trying to avoid at all costs.

If you can think of anything else, pleaset let me nknow.

Thank you for your help!

Albert Strasheim wrote:
> 
> Hello
> 
> You could try using JMX to look at the queues and topics on the broker. 
> Maybe JNDI is adding something to name, as you said.
> 
> If I pass the string "foo" to Session::createTopic, I end up with a 
> topic called "foo" which I can see in JMX.
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Albert
> 
> 

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