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From "James Strachan" <james.strac...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Question: Object properties on DLQ (adding exception to message for DLQ)
Date Mon, 08 Sep 2008 10:34:44 GMT
You typically don't edit messages; just create a new message and set
whatever contents you want. FWIW in the JMS specifications, properties
are meant to be primitive types, not complex objects - so using an
ObjectMessage and setting the payload is typically more JMS compliant

2008/9/8 Demian Mrakovich <nedenom@hotmail.com>:
>
> On ActiveMQ 4.1.1
>
> I'm trying to add an exception to a failed message so that I can get the
> exception that caused it when it is received on my DLQ listener.
>
> I cannot add a string property since the message is read-only when it is
> received by the client. So I tried having the _producer_ create a List
> instance on the message with setObjectProperty so that the client can fill
> it with an exception or a string message.
>
> The problem is, while I _can_ get the previous exception message in
> onMessage when it is retried, this List object is null when the message is
> received by my DLQ listener.
>
> So my question is: are the message properties copied into a new message for
> sending to DLQ and is ActiveMQ "forgetting" to copy the object properties on
> it? It doesn't seem to be the same object since the List is now null.
>
> And, has anyone implemented any other solution to getting the exception
> message on the DLQ?
>
> Hope someone can help.
>
>
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