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From Bill Whiting <tex...@bellsouth.net>
Subject Re: Message.setData()
Date Tue, 11 Aug 2009 18:51:15 GMT
That was exactly the problem.
I'm adding AMQ support to code that already has functions for encoding 
data for byte-order, so that's not a problem.  When I pass the right 
variable into setData() I get the correct result.

Thanks,
//Bill

On 08/11/2009 02:26 PM, Ted Ross wrote:
> Bill,
>
> I'm not completely following your example.  What is "env.envMsg"?  If 
> you use "messageData" as the argument to .setData, then 
> .getData().length() should be the same as length.
>
> Please be advised that the contents of dataStruct will be copied 
> octet-for-octet into the message payload.  This message may not be 
> usable on the receiving system if that system's architecture or 
> endian-order are different.
>
> -Ted
>
> Bill Whiting wrote:
>> I'm trying to send a message with non-printable characters in the 
>> content.
>>
>> I added the bytes to a string and then called setData() like this
>>
>>         std::string messageData((char *)dataStruct, length);
>>         aMessage.setData(env.envMsg);
>>
>> where dataStruct is the binary contentthat needs to be inserted into 
>> the message
>> and length is the number of bytes in the payload.
>>
>> What I'm seeing is that aMessage.getData().length() is zero
>> but messageData.length().
>>
>> what am I missing? shouldn't this work?
>>
>> //Bill
>>
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