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From cobrien <clark.obr...@ttmsolutions.com>
Subject Re: JMSPriority and activeMQ
Date Mon, 26 Jul 2010 16:40:48 GMT

Andrew,
What is your suggestion that would work in the unsigned java world. I guess
the getPriority and setPriority are required by the spec to be int primitive
types.

Clark 

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andrew.marlow wrote:
> 
> Hello,
> 
> It looks to me like ActiveMQ uses a byte to hold the message priority and 
> treats it as a signed integer. This makes the range -127 to +128. 
> According to page 34, section 3.4.10 of the JMS spec, priorities are in 
> the range 0 to 9. 
> 
> I have also found that IBMs MQSeries, which offers a JMS facility for C++ 
> users called XMS, allows message priorities in the range 0 to MAXINT.
> 
> The IBM product may be doing what it does because the underlying queue 
> mechanism has supported message priorities for some time and just doesnt 
> restrict them when coming via the JMS-like interface. But it seems to me 
> that ActiveMQ should. After all, it should follow the spec....
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Andrew Marlow
> 
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