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From Bill Whiting <tex...@bellsouth.net>
Subject Re: get message by correlationId
Date Fri, 14 Aug 2009 12:38:37 GMT
Thanks for the quick reply Marnie,
My application is written in C++, so I don't think that helps.

//Bill

On 08/14/2009 05:15 AM, Marnie McCormack wrote:
> Hi Bill,
>
> The Java Broker/Client support JMSCorrelationId&  JMSMessageId. They
> are exposed as part of the properties on the JMSMessage, allowing bridging
> across applications and messaging services.
>
> In the Java example package, the simple.reqresp classes contain code showing
> how to get/set the JMSCorrelationId.
>
> We also support JMSMessageId, and though there are not any examples I can
> spot - the logic is the same i.e. the getter/setter is exposed on the
> JMSMessage object. This property is set after send or carried across for
> non-Qpid messages.
> The JMX management interfaces supported in the Java Broker allow a user
> to view message content using using the Qpid message Id (which will be the
> same as JMSMessageId after send for Qpid messages).
>
> Hth - give us a shout with any more questions and we'll try to help,
> Marnie
> On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 10:12 PM, Bill Whiting<textux@bellsouth.net>  wrote:
>
>    
>> Is there a sample program or documentation that shows getting a message
>> from a queue by the correlationId or messageId?
>>
>> //Bill
>>
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