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From "Turner, John" <>
Subject RE: SOAP over JMS setting the replyTo queue
Date Mon, 12 Mar 2007 12:00:08 GMT


Axis2 1.1.1 always creates a temporary queue for the response message
(within JMSSender.invoke())




From: [] 
Sent: 12 March 2007 11:31
Subject: SOAP over JMS setting the replyTo queue


Hi there, 

I am attemtping to use the JMS transport mechanism to deliver a SOAP
message.  I am doing this by generating a proxy class through the
WSDL2Java tool as my main aim is to use WSDLs to document and publish
our services. 

This approach works up to the point of putting a message on a queue.
This I have done, but to engineer a reply has proven difficult.  A
typical URI that I would use for my jms "protocol" would be: 


As you can see I am attempting to set the replyTo queue, which is a
standard JMS operation.  However, I can't seem to find any reference to
this parameter and what the correct semantics are for using it.  Can
anyone tell me if they have set a replyTo queue in such a URI?  I find
it strange that the Axis API does not have a JMSConstant for the reply
to field.  Can anyone enlighten me about this? 



Stuart Bell
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