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From Dejan Bosanac <de...@nighttale.net>
Subject Re: Blobmessage question
Date Thu, 05 Aug 2010 13:39:26 GMT
Hi,

you can create blob message from File, URL or InputStream so you can
theoretically send any byte[] as a blob message. ActiveMQ will
underneath send it to the remote http or ftp server and send that link
in a JMS message. So consumer can receive it.

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On Thu, Aug 5, 2010 at 10:27 AM, watcher <patrick@daly.ws> wrote:
>
> I'm trying to understand the use of blobmessage and if it could be a possible
> solution to a requirement I have.
>
> From reading the ActiveMQ in Action I can see that you can send a file via
> blobmessage
>
> BlobMessage message = session.createBlobMessage(new
> URL("http://some.shared.site.com/bigfile
> producer.send(message);
>
> 1. Is it possible to send the file as part of the message or does it have to
> sent out of band before creating the message. ie. The blob message is really
> a link to an remote resource which will be automatically loaded by the
> consumer.
>
> 2. Is it  possible to send an object (POJO) along with the blobmessage. The
> idea that the consumer could receive a pojo and an remote file.
>
> To give you an idea of what I thinking. I have a object that contains an
> image. I'd like to send the image along with its properties to a queue and
> the consumer would retrieve the image via blobmessage and its properties. If
> I set a prefetch = 2 , will the consumer have a second message loaded and
> ready to be consumed. What I hoping is to reduce the delay between
> retrieving the image remotely.
>
> -Paddy
>
>
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