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ISSUE-68 (Bad JMS example): Broken JMS header properties example code [SOAP-JMS Binding specification]

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Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2010 22:06:59 +0000
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ISSUE-68 (Bad JMS example): Broken JMS header properties example code [SOAP-JMS Binding specification]


Raised by: Eric Johnson
On product: SOAP-JMS Binding specification

>From email: http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-soap-jms/2010Nov/0021.html

I was looking at the latest SOAP over JMS specification draft and in particular the description of setting JMS header (or QoS) properties, with example code:


The example code given in section "Setting JMS Message Header properties" will not work as described. These properties on a message can only be set by a JMS provider, and are basically read-only as far as clients are concerned. To send a message using non-default QoS values you need to use the four-argument send method, as shown in the final (commented out) line of the example. A corrected example would therefore use a method looking something like this:

// add appropriate error checking for your use....
public void someMethod(Context ctx, MessageProducer producer, Message jmsMessage,
        String deliveryModeStr, String replyToName, int priority, long timeToLive) {

    // set the delivery mode to the appropriate constant value.
    int deliveryMode = deliveryModeStr.equals("PERSISTENT")
            ? DeliveryMode.PERSISTENT : DeliveryMode.NON_PERSISTENT;

    // Set the reply destination, first looking it up using JNDI
    Destination replyDestination = ctx.lookup(replyToName);

    // and finally, send the message.
    producer.send(jmsMessage, deliveryMode, priority, timeToLive);

Note the API for the Message class where these methods are documented as being solely for JMS providers:

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