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From Christian Posta <>
Subject Re: How to check if a queue already exists
Date Thu, 05 Dec 2013 14:48:52 GMT
So the bottom line for this is simple, and Tim already mentioned this
in the other thread:

Enable security ( and don't
let the producer user "create" any destinations. Then allow the
consumer user to create destinations. Then you can do what you (or the
OP in the linked thread) want to do.

Though in your case, if the queue names are dynamic, how is the
producer going to know which queue to use? It can listen on advisory
messages, but does it know which destination to pick?

On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 8:28 PM, ranjanip <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I refer to the post in :
> I have a different situation where I have a Java consumer and a cpp
> producer. My java side is the consumer, it creates the queueA by connecting
> to the broker and then the CMS  side being the producer will publish
> messages to the queueA. This producer should get access to the queueA
> (already created by Java consumer) and publish to it. If the queue doesnt
> exist, it shouldnt publish at all. the queue creation is dynamic as the
> names will be decided at runtime.
> I tried using the DynamicDestinationResolver to get an access to the
> existing destination, but realized that it creates a new one if it doesnt
> already exist.
> I saw many posts on using advisory, but couldnt find any sample usage for
> the cms side. Any help on this will be greatly appreciated. Please let me
> know if I should add any other info here.
> Thanks,
> Ranjani
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