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From ipsi <nzi...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Creating temporary connections from Javascript?
Date Fri, 23 May 2008 01:14:56 GMT

Ok, here's my problem: AJAX can create and receive messages from dynamic
Queues, but as far as I can tell, the Java code can't receive messages from
it. It can send them, however! What's up with this? 

Am I not connecting to the AMQ Connection Factory? As far as I can tell, I
am though. I'm not getting any form of error. It just doesn't pick them up.

Could it be because it's an MDB, and an MDB can never receive messages other
than from the Queue it's assigned to?

Having said that, I've just realised this isn't a problem in any way, shape
or form for me - all I wanted was for it to be able to send to the client,
as it should never have to receive anything on these Queues.

All hail the mighty internet!

- Andrew
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