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From "RatTac@web.de" <Rat...@web.de>
Subject C++ API - Check whether queue exists
Date Wed, 13 Jan 2016 16:07:09 GMT
I am using the C++ messaging API for QPID to realize an
remote-procedure-call (RPC) via a request-reply pattern (see

The client pushes to a service-queue and generates an reply-queue.
The server reads from the service-queue and pushes to the reply-queue.

The reply-queues are automatically deleted if the client disconnects. It may
thus happen, that the reply-to flag of a message (received by the server)
contains a queue which does not exist anymore.

The code
const Address& address = request.getReplyTo();
Sender sender = session.createSender(address);
will in this case create an exception and invalidates the current session.

I would like to check in advance, whether a queue exists before creating the
sender. Is this anyhow possible with the C++ messaging API?

Thx in advance...

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