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From chago <nab...@visualxs.com>
Subject Re: Able to send message to ActiveMQ but Not getting reply to Client
Date Wed, 26 Sep 2007 11:50:37 GMT

Unfortunately, I am familiar only with the javascript client portion of the
puzzle. The MessageListenerServlet itself is the entity that establishes the
JMS connection with the broker. (Hope my terminology is correct there.) The
servlet acts as a pass-through proxy to the javascript client. If you are
seeing this servlet drop connections to the broker, it should show up using
detailed logging.

Which condition in doMessages is failing?
  - is there at least one consumer?
  - does consumer.getAvailableListener() return a value?

In subversion, there doesn't appear to be many changes in the early part of
the doMessages() method. Would you be able to include the avtivemq-web.jar
file from the head in your project to replace the 4.x version. There may be
other dependencies that prevent this, but I have never tried.

-- jim

-- jim


JigarP wrote:
> 
> Hi Chago/James,
> 
>      you are right. I had same problem and because of this i am not able
> to use latest tech. provided by Activemq and jetty(Continuation). I am
> facing only one issue that is whenever client do polling that time i am
> not getting any consumer for that client so even if we have data in the
> Activemq we are not able to get it.
> 
> Below is my observation.
> 
> we found that activemq is having all the messages but AjaxServlet is not
> able to get because whenever we do polling from client then it checks for
> below condition in the
> 
> 
> MessageListenerServlet.java class(inside activemq-web.jar) which is 
> having below implementation.
> 
> 
> //inside  
>  doMessages method
> 
> for (int i = 0; message == null && i < 
> consumers.size(); i++) {
>                 consumer = (MessageAvailableConsumer)consumers.get(i);
> 
>                 if (consumer.getAvailableListener() == null) {
>                     continue;
> 
>                 }
> 
> 
>                 // Look for any available messages
>              
>    message = consumer.receiveNoWait();
>                 if (LOG.isDebugEnabled()) {
> 
>                     LOG.debug("received " + message + " from " +
> consumer);
> 
>                 }
>             }
> 
> 
> above implementation will read message from activemq for corresponding
> consumer. but we found that 
> we are not having any consumer related to client so even if we have data
> in the activemq we are not
> able to send that data back to client.
> 
> 
> I dont know how to keep live consumer so that we can execute above logic
> and we can get messages.
> 
> is this bug or do i need more configuration to resolve this isssue. 
> 
> 
> 
> J
> 
> chago wrote:
>> 
>> I know others that have had this problem running with the 4.1.x series.
>> Is that the case for you?
>> 
>> -- jim
>> 
>> 
>> JigarP wrote:
>>> 
>>> Hi ,
>>> 
>>>    I am using ActiveMQ/AJAX for my web based application. I have
>>> integrated ajax successfully in my application but getting below issue
>>> sometime.
>>> 
>>> 1) I send message to MQ but not getting reply to client browser but
>>> other browsers are getting reply who are registered for same topic.
>>> 
>>> 2)  is there any way to check whether our listener is listening to
>>> topic?if not connected so we can retry and connect so we will not miss
>>> any message.
>>> 
>>> 3)  i am not able to make stable my application because of above issue.
>>> can you suggest some technique for ajax with activemq so i can try out.
>>> 
>>> awaiting your reply,
>>> 
>>> Jigar
>>> 
>> 
>> 
> 
> 

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