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From "Mayne, Peter" <>
Subject RE: Using JMS
Date Mon, 25 Aug 2003 00:39:36 GMT
> From: Ray Chun
> We're in the process of enhancing the JMS transport layer to support a JMS
URL syntax,

Excellent. And almost perfect timing. :-) Will you announce it in the
mailing list?

One thing that I'm trying to figure out is how to dynamically add properties
to JMS messages (and selectors on the server side). There appears to be
latent support for this
(JMSConnector.SyncConnection.SendSession.setProperty() has
message.setObjectProperty() as a fall through), but I can't figure out how
to get the properties in there, since JMSSender.invoke() only passes a
specified set of properties, and I can't see any way of adding other
properties in the first place.

FYI We're using OpenJMS.

Peter Mayne
Technology Consultant
Spherion Technology Solutions
Level 1, 243 Northbourne Avenue, Lyneham, ACT, 2602
T: 61 2 62689727  F: 61 2 62689777

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