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e*Gate API Kit Developer's Guide - Oracle Documentation
e*Gate API Kit Developer’s
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Introduction
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Overview
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SeeBeyond JMS Functionality
Publish-and-Subscribe (Pub/Sub)
Point-to-Point (P2P)
Request/Reply
Message Selector
Additional Supported Resources
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System Requirements
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For Using Java Message Service APIs
For Using Java Message Service COM+ APIs
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Installing the e*Gate API Kit
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Installing the e*Gate API Kit on Windows
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To install the e*Gate API Kit
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Installing the e*Gate API Kit
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Directories and Files Created by the Installation
Files and Directories - Windows
Files and Directories - Solaris
Files and Directories - Other Systems
Configuring Perl
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Configuring the Message Service
Configuring the Message Service Clients
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Setting up the Java Client
COM+ Client
Setting up the COM+ Client
Viewing the Message Service COM+ APIs
Compensating Resource Manager (CRM)
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Implementing JMS
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Implementing JMS Models in Java or COM+
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Message Overview
Message Structure
Message Header Fields
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The Publish/Subscribe Model
Java Publish
Java Subscribe
COM VB Publish/Subscribe
ASP Publish
The Point-to-Point Model
Java Point-to-Point Sender
Java Point-to-Point Receiver
COM VB Point-to-Point
The Request-Reply Model
Java Request-Reply
Java TopicRequestor
Java QueueRequestor
COM VB TopicRequestor
COM VB QueueRequestor
JNDI
Initial Context
Naming Operations
JNDI Samples
The Message Selector
Message Selector Syntax
Java Message Selector Publisher
Java Message Selector Subscriber
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XA Sample
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Event Type Definition
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Wrapper Functions for C
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Message Selector Using C
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Publish/Subscribe Messaging Using C++
Queue Messaging (Sending/Receiving) Using C++
Request-Reply Messaging Using C++
Message Selector Using C++
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The Standard Specification for the JMS API
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com.seebeyond.jms.client.STCTopicRequestor
The STCTopicRequestor Method
The Request Method
The Request Method
The Close Method
com.seebeyond.jms.STCQueueRequestor
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The Request Method
The Request Method
class javax.jms.JMSException
The JMSException Method
The JMSException Method
The getErrorCode Method
The getLinkedException
The setLinkedException
class javax.jms.IllegalStateException
The IllegalStateException Method
The IllegalStateException Method
class.javax.jms.InvalidClientIDException
The InvalidClientIDException
The InvalidClientIDException
class javax.jms.InvalidDestinationException
The InvalidDestinationException Method
The InvalidDestinationException Method
class javax.jms.InvalidSelectorException
The InvalidSelectorException Method
The InvalidSelectorException Method
class javax.jms.JMSSecurityException
The JMSSecurityException Method
The JMSSecurityException Method
class javax.jms.MessageEOFException
The MessageEOFException Method
The MessageEOFException
class javax.jms.MessageFormatException
The MessageFormatException Method
The MessageFormatException
class javax.jms.MessageNotReadableException
The MessageNotReadableException Method
The MessageNotReadable Method
class javax.jms.MessageNotWriteableException
The MessageNotWriteableException Method
The MessageNotWriteableException Method
class javax.jms.ResourceAllocationException
The ResourceAllocationException Method
The ResourceAllocationException Method
class javax.jms.TransactionInProgressException
The TransactionInProgressException Method
The TransactionInProgressException Method
class javax.jms.TransactionRolledBackException
The TransactionRolledBackException Method
The TransactionRolledBackException Method
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interface javax.jms.Connection
The close Method
The getClientID Method
The getExceptionListener Method
The getMetaData Method
The setClientID Method
The setExceptionListener Method
The Start Method
The Stop Method
interface javax.jms.QueueConnection
The createQueueSession Method
interface javax.jms.XAQueueConnection
createXAQueueSession
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interface javax.jms.TopicConnection
The createTopicSession Method
interface javax.jms.XATopicConnection
The createTopicSession Method
createXATopicSession
interface javax.jms.ConnectionFactory
interface javax.jms.QueueConnectionFactory
The createQueueConnection Method
The createQueueConnection Method
interface javax.jms.XAConnectionFactory
interface javax.jms.TopicConnectionFactory
The createTopicConnection Method
The createTopicConnection Method
interface javax.jms.XATopicConnectionFactory
The createXATopicConnection Method
The createXATopicConnection Method
interface javax.jms.ConnectionMetaData
The getJMSVersion Method
The getJMSMajorVersion Method
The getJMSMinorVersion Method
The getJMSProviderName Method
The getProviderVersion Method
The getProviderMajorVersion Method
The getProviderMinorVersion Method
The getJMSXPropertyNames Method
interface javax.jms.DeliveryMode
interface javax.jms.Destination
interface javax.jms.Queue
The getQueueName Method
The toString Method
interface javax.jms.TemporaryQueue
The delete Method
interface javax.jms.Topic
The getTopicName Method
The toString Method
interface javax.jms.TemporaryTopic
The delete Method
interface javax.jms.ExceptionListener
The onException Method
interface javax.jms.Message
The getJMSMessageID Method
The setJMSMessageID Method
The getJMSTimestamp Method
The setJMSTimestamp Method
The getJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes Method
The setJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes Method
The setJMSCorrelationID Method
The getJMSCorrelationID Method
The getJMSReplyTo Method
The setJMSReplyTo Method
The getJMSDestination Method
The setJMSDestination Method
The getJMSDeliveryMode Method
The setJMSDeliveryMode Method
The getJMSRedelivered Method
The setJMSRedelivered Method
The getJMSType Method
The setJMSType Method
The setJMSType Method
The getJMSExpiration Method
The setJMSExpiration Method
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The getJMSPriority Method
The setJMSPriority Method
The clearProperties Method
The propertyExists Method
The getBooleanProperty Method
The getByteProperty Method
The getIntProperty Method
The getLongProperty Method
The getFloatProperty Method
The getDoubleProperty Method
The getStringProperty Method
The getObjectProperty Method
The getPropertyNames Method
The setBooleanProperty Method
The setByteProperty Method
The setShortProperty Method
The setIntProperty Method
The setLongProperty Method
The setFloatProperty Method
The setDoubleProperty Method
The setStringProperty Method
The setObjectProperty Method
The acknowledge Method
The clearBody Method
interface javax.jms.BytesMessage
The readBoolean Method
The readByte Method
The readUnsignedByte Method
The readShort Method
The readUnsignedShort Method
The readChar Method
The readInt Method
The readLong Method
The readFloat Method
The readDouble Method
The readUTF Method
The readBytes Method
The readBytes Method
The writeBoolean Method
The writeByte Method
The writeShort Method
The writeChar Method
The writeInt Method
The writeLong Method
The writeFloat Method
The writeDouble Method
The writeUTF Method
The writeBytes Method
The writeBytes Method
The writeObject Method
The reset Method
interface javax.jms.MapMessage
The getBoolean Method
The getByte Method
The getShort Method
The getChar Method
The getInt Method
The getLong Method
The getFloat Method
The getDouble Method
The getString Method
The getBytes Method
The getObject Method
The getMapNames Method
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The setBoolean Method
The setByte Method
The setShort Method
The setChar Method
The setInt Method
The setLong Method
The setFloat Method
The setDouble Method
The setString Method
The setBytes Method
The setBytes Method
The setObject Method
The itemExists Method
interface javax.jms.ObjectMessage
The setObject Method
The getObject Method
interface javax.jms.StreamMessage
The readBoolean Method
The readByte Method
The readShort Method
The readChar Method
The readInt Method
The readLong Method
The readFloat Method
The readDouble Method
The readString Method
The readBytes Method
The readObject Method
The writeBoolean Method
The writeByte Method
The writeShort Method
The writeChar Method
The writeInt Method
The writeLong Method
The writeFloat Method
The writeDouble Method
The writeString Method
The writeBytes Method
The writeBytes Method
The writeObject Method
The reset Method
interface javax.jms.TextMessage
The getText Method
The setText Method
interface javax.jms.MessageConsumer
The getMessageSelector Method
The getMessageListener Method
The setMessageListener Method
The receive Method
The receive Method
The receiveNoWait Method
The close Method
interface javax.jms.QueueReceiver
The getQueue Method
interface javax.jms.TopicSubscriber
The getTopic Method
The getNoLocal Method
interface javax.jms.MessageListener
The onMessage Method
interface javax.jms.MessageProducer
The setDisableMessageID Method
The getDisableMessageID Method
The setDisableMessageTimestamp Method
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The getDisableMessageTimestamp Method
The setDeliveryMode Method
The getDeliveryMode Method
The setPriority Method
The getPriority Method
The setTimeToLive Method
The getTimeToLive Method
The close Method
interface javax.jms.QueueSender
The getQueue Method
The send Method
The send Method
The send Method
The send Method
interface javax.jms.TopicPublisher
The getTopic Method
The publish Method
The publish Method
The publish Method
The publish Method
interface java.lang.Runnable
interface javax.jms.Session
The createBytesMessage Method
The createMapMessage Method
The createMessage Method
The createObjectMessage Method
The createObjectMessage Method
The createStreamMessage Method
The createTextMessage Method
The createTextMessage Method
The getTransacted Method
The commit Method
The rollback Method
The close Method
The recover Method
The getMessageListener Method
The setMessageListener Method
interface javax.jms.QueueSession
The createQueue Method
The createReceiver Method
The createReceiver Method
The createSender Method
The createTemporaryQueue Method
interface javax.jms.TopicSession
The createTopic Method
The createSubscriber Method
The createSubscriber Method
The createDurableSubscriber Method
The createDurableSubscriber Method
The createPublisherMethod
The createTemporaryTopic Method
The unsubscribe Method
interface javax.jms.XASession
The getXAResource Method
The getTransacted Method
The commit Method
The rollback Method
interface javax.jms.XAQueueSession
The getQueueSession Method
interface javax.jms.XATopicSession
The getTopicSession Method
interface javax.jms.XAConnection
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The createXAQueueSession Method
The createQueueSession Method
interface javax.jms.XATopicConnection
The createXATopicSession Method
The createTopicSession Method
interface javax.jms.XAConnectionFactory
interface javax.jms.XAQueueConnectionFactory
The createXAQueueConnection Method
The createXAQueueConnection Method
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Supported Java Message Service (JMS) Classes for COM+
The BytesMessage Object
The Acknowledge Method
The ClearBody Method
The ClearProperties Method
The GetProperty Method
The PropertyExists Method
The ReadBoolean Method
The ReadByte Method
The ReadBytes Method
The ReadChar Method
The ReadDouble Method
The ReadFloat Method
The ReadInt Method
The ReadLong Method
The ReadShort Method
The ReadUnsignedByte Method
The ReadUnsignedShort Method
The ReadUTF Method
The Reset Method
The SetProperty Method
The WriteBoolean Method
The WriteByte Method
The WriteBytes Method
The WriteChar Method
The WriteDouble Method
The WriteFloat Method
The WriteInt Method
The WriteLong Method
The WriteObject Method
The WriteShort Method
The WriteUTF Method
Properties of the BytesMessage Object
The CorrelationID Property
The CorrelationIDAsBytes Property
The DeliveryMode Property
The Destination Property
The Expiration Property
The MessageID Property
The Priority Property
The Redelivered Property
The ReplyTo Property
The Timestamp Property
The Type Property
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The Connection Object
The Start Method
The Stop Method
Properties of the Connection Object
The ClientID Property
The MetaData Property
The ConnectionFactory Object
Properties of the ConnectionFactory Object
The HostName Property
The Port Property
The PortOffset Property
The Connection MetaData Object
The MapMessage Object
The Acknowledge Method
The ClearBody Method
The ClearProperties Method
The GetBoolean Method
The GetByte Method
The GetBytes Methods
The GetChar Method
The GetDouble Method
The GetFloat Method
The GetInt Method
The GetLong Method
The GetObject Method
The GetProperty Method
The GetShort Method
The GetString Method
The ItemExists Method
The PropertyExists Method
The SetBoolean Method
The SetByte Method
The SetBytes Method
The SetChar Method
The SetDouble Method
The SetFloat Methods
The SetInt Method
The SetLong Method
The SetObject Method
The SetProperty Method
The SetShort Method
The SetString Method
Properties of the MapMessage Object
The CorrelationID Property
The CorrelationIDAsBytes Property
The DeliveryMode Property
The Destination Property
The Expiration Property
The MapNames Property
The MessageID Property
The Priority Property
The Redelivered Property
The ReplyTo Property
The Timestamp Property
The Type Property
The Message Object
The Acknowledge Method
The ClearBody Method
The ClearProperties Method
The GetProperty Method
The PropertyExists Method
The SetProperty Method
Properties of the Message Object
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The CorrelationID Property
The CorrelationIDAsBytes Property
The DeliveryMode Property
The Destination Property
The Expiration Property
The MessageID Property
The ReplyTo Property
The Timestamp Property
The Type Property
The MessageConsumer Object
The Close Method
The Receive Message Method
The ReceiveNoWait Method
Properties of the MessageConsumer Object
The MessageListener Property
The MessageSelector Property
The MessageListener Object
The OnMessage Property
The MessageProducer Object
Properties of the MessageProducer Object
The DeliveryMode Property
The DisableMessageID Property
The DisableMessageTimestamp Property
The Priority Method
The Queue Object
The ToString Method
Properties of the Queue Object
The QueueName Property
The QueueBrowser Object
The QueueConnection Object
The CreateQueueSession Method
The Start Method
The Stop Method
Properties of QueueConnection Object
The ClientID Property
The MetaData Property
The QueueConnectionFactory Object
The CreateQueueConnection Method
Properties of the QueueConnectionFactory Object
The HostName Property
The Port Property
The PortOffset Property
The QueueReceiver Object
The Close Method
The Receive Method
The ReceiveNoWait Method
Properties of the QueueReceiver Object
The MessageListener Property
The MessageSelector Property
The Queue Property
The QueueRequestor Object
The Create Method
The Request Method
The QueueSender Object
The Send Method
Properties of the QueueSender Object
The DeliveryMode Property
The DisableMessageID Property
The DisableMessageTimestamp Property
The Priority Property
The Queue Property
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The TimeToLive Property
The QueueSession Object
The Commit Method
The CreateBrowser Method
The CreateBytesMessage Method
The CreateMapMessage Method
The CreateMessage Method
The CreateQueue Method
The CreateReceiver Method
The CreateSender Method
The CreateStreamMessage Method
The CreateTemporaryQueue Method
The CreateTextMessage Method
The Recover Method
The Rollback Method
The Run Method
Properties of the QueueSender Object
The MessageListener Property
The Transacted Property
The Session Object
The Commit Method
The CreateBytesMessage Method
The CreateMapMessage Method
The CreateMessage Method
The CreateStreamMessage Method
The CreateTextMessage Method
The Recover Method
The Rollback Method
The Run Method
Properties of the Session Object
The MessageListener Property
The Transacted Property
The StreamMessage Object
The Acknowledge Method
The ClearBody Method
The ClearProperties Method
The GetProperty Method
The PropertyExists Method
The ReadBoolean Method
The ReadByte Method
The ReadBytes Method
The ReadChar Method
The ReadDouble Method
The ReadFloat Method
The ReadInt Method
The ReadLong Method
The ReadObject Method
The ReadShort Method
The ReadString Method
The Reset Method
The SetProperty Method
The WriteByte Method
The WriteBytes Method
The WriteChar Method
The WriteDouble Method
The WriteFloat Method
The WriteInt Method
The WriteLong Method
The WriteObject Method
The WriteShort Method
The WriteString Method
Properties of the StreamMessage Object
The CorrelationID Property
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The CorrelationIDAsBytes Property
The DeliveryMode Property
The Destination Property
The Expiration Property
The MessageID Property
The Priority Property
The Redelivered Property
The ReplyTo Property
The Timestamp Property
The Type Property
The TemporaryQueue Object
The Delete Method
The ToString Method
Properties of the TemporaryQueue Object
The QueueName Property
The TemporaryTopic Object
The Delete Method
The ToString Method
Properties of the TemporaryTopic Object
The TopicName Property
The TextMessage Object
The Acknowledge Method
The ClearBody Method
The ClearProperties Method
The GetProperty Method
The PropertyExists Method
The SetProperty Method
Properties of the Message Object
The CorrelationID Property
The CorrelationIDAsBytes Property
The DeliveryMode Property
The Destination Property
The Expiration Property
The MessageID Property
The Priority Property
The Redelivered Property
The ReplyTo Property
The Text Property
The Timestamp Property
The Type Property
The Topic Object
The ToString Method
Properties of the Topic Object
The TopicName Property
The TopicConnection Object
The CreateTopicSession Method
The Start Method
The Stop Method
Properties of the TopicConnection
The ClientID Property
The MetaData Property
The TopicConnectionFactory Object
The CreateTopicConnection Method
Properties of the TopicConnectionFactory
The HostName Property
The Port Property
The PortOffset Property
The TopicPublisher Object
The Publish Method
Properties of TopicPublisher
The DeliveryMode Property
The DisableMessageID Property
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Introduction
The e*Gate API Kit enables you to create custom applications or modify existing
external applications to interface with the e*Gate system. The API Kit provides the
following interfaces:
SeeBeyond Java Message Service (JMS)
Вѓ Java
Вѓ COM +
Вѓ C/C++, RPG
SeeBeyond Multiplexer (MUX) e*Way
Вѓ ActiveX
Вѓ C/C++
Вѓ COBOL
Вѓ Java
1.1
Overview
The e*Gate API Kit provides two distinct IQ delivery service mechanisms:
Вѓ SeeBeyond JMS
Вѓ Multiplexer e*Way
1.1.1.
SeeBeyond JMS Functionality
The SeeBeyond implementation of JMS provides applications with an API set for a
common and elegant programming model that is portable across messaging systems.
Enterprise messaging systems are used to send notification of events and data between
software applications.
The basic SeeBeyond JMS data flow is illustrated in Figure 1 on page 28.
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Figure 1 Basic SeeBeyond Message Service Data Flow
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Collaborations
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C/C++, RPG
Client
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Several common programming models are supported by the SeeBeyond JMS API,
including the following:
Вѓ Publish/subscribe (pub/sub)
Вѓ Point-to-point (P2P)
Вѓ Request/reply
Вѓ Message selector
Each of these programming models are briefly described below.
Publish-and-Subscribe (Pub/Sub)
In a publish-and-subscribe scenario, one producer can send a single message to
multiple consumers via a virtual channel called a topic. Consumers must subscribe to a
topic to be able to receive it. Any messages addressed to a specific topic are delivered to
all of that topic’s consumers (subscribers).
The pub/sub model is predominantly a push-based model, in that messages are
automatically broadcast to consumers without the consumers having to request or poll
the topic for new messages.
Point-to-Point (P2P)
In point-to-point messaging systems, messages are routed to an individual consumer
which maintains a queue of incoming messages. Messaging applications send messages
to a specified queue, and clients retrieve messages from a queue. In a point-to-point
scenarios, each message is delivered to exactly one client. JMS uses the term Queue for
P2P MessageQueues.
Request/Reply
When the client sends a message and expects to receive a message in return, request/
reply messaging (a synchronous object-messaging format) can be used. Request/reply
uses either pub/sub or point-to-point to enable the functionality.
JMS does not explicitly support request/reply messaging, although it allows it in the
context of the other methods.
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Message Selector
Many messaging applications require the additional functionality of filtering and
categorization of the messages they produce. If a message is sent to a single receiver,
this can be done by including the criteria in the message. The receiving client can then
discard the messages not required.
However, when a message must be distributed to many clients, the JMS provider can
handle much of the filtering and routing (without impacting each client application) if
the criteria is included in the message header.
Clients include application-specific selection criteria in messages via the message
properties. Clients specify message selection criteria via JMS message selector
expressions.
Additional Supported Resources
The SeeBeyond implementation of JMS supports certain external resources that you can
use when developing your messaging systems, including:
Вѓ Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)
Вѓ Compensating Resource Manager
These resources are described below.
Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)
The Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) provides naming and directory
functionality to applications written using Java. JNDI consists of the following:
Вѓ An API set
Вѓ A service provider interface (SPI)
Java applications use the JNDI API to access naming and directory services. The SPI
allows the naming and directory services to be accessed transparently, thus providing
the JNDI API access to their services.
JNDI is included in the Java 2 SDK, v 1.3 and later releases. It is also available as a Java
Standard Extension for use with JDK 1.1 and Java 2 SDK, v1.2.
To use the JNDI functionality, the JNDI classes are required, along with one or more
service providers (such as, LDAP, CORBA, or RMI).
Compensating Resource Manager
The Compensating Resource Manager (CRM) provides support for distributed
transaction with multiple resource managers. These COM+ objects perform nondatabase operations as part of a distributed transaction. A distributed transaction
involves multiple independent resource managers. If any part of the transactions fail,
the whole transaction fails.
Important: CRM is only supported on Windows 2000.
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Section 1.1
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SeeBeyond Multiplexer e*Way Functionality
The multiplexer provides support for both synchronous and asynchronous data
transfer. The end user also has the ability to perform real-time data queries and online
transactions via back-office applications.
This back-end connectivity extends application, trading partner, and business process
integration to the World Wide Web environment.
The multiplexer data flow is illustrated in Figure 2.
Figure 2 SeeBeyond Multiplexer Data Flow
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Java Client
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The e*Gate API Kit Multiplexer supports three basic architectures:
Вѓ Request/reply
Вѓ Send-only
Вѓ Receive
Each architecture type is described below.
Request/Reply
In the request/reply architecture, data is sent to the e*Gate system and a response is
returned, as follows:
1 A client submits data (a request) to the e*Gate system.
2 The e*Gate system processes the data as required.
3 The e*Gate system returns data (a reply/response) to the same external application
that submitted the request.
The e*Gate API kit uses a multiplexing e*Way that uses a proprietary IP-based protocol
to multi-thread Event exchange between the e*Way and external systems or other
e*Gate components.
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Send-Only
Send-only uses the same multiplexing e*Way component as request/reply. However, in
this model, data is sent to the e*Gate system but no data is returned.
Receive
Receive, also known as Push-Port, uses the same multiplexing e*Way component. In
this architecture, an external system connects to the e*Gate system and allows for the
delivery of unsolicited Events from an external system.
1.2
Supported Operating Systems
The Java Message Service (JMS) APIs are available on the following operating systems:
Вѓ Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003
Вѓ HP Tru64 V5.1A
Вѓ HP-UX 11.0 and 11i (PA-RISC)
Вѓ IBM AIX 5.1L and 5.2
Вѓ IBM z/OS V1.3 and V1.4
Вѓ Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS 2.1 (Intel x86)
Вѓ Sun Solaris 8 and 9
Вѓ SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 (Intel x86)
Вѓ Japanese Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
Вѓ Japanese HP-UX 11.0 and 11i (PA-RISC)
Вѓ Japanese IBM AIX 5.1L and 5.2
Вѓ Japanese Sun Solaris 8 and 9
Вѓ Korean Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
Вѓ Korean HP-UX 11.0 and 11i (PA-RISC)
Вѓ Korean IBM AIX 5.1L and 5.2
Вѓ Korean Sun Solaris 8 and 9
The Java Message Service COM+ APIs are available on the following operating
systems:
Вѓ Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003
Вѓ Japanese Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003
Вѓ Korean Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003
The Multiplexer APIs are available on the following operating systems:
Вѓ Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003
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Вѓ HP-UX 11.0 and 11i (PA-RISC)
Вѓ HP Tru64 V5.1A
Вѓ IBM AIX 5.1L and 5.2
Вѓ IBM z/OS V1.3 and V1.4
Вѓ Red Hat Linux 8 (Intel x86)
Вѓ Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS 2.1 (Intel x86)
Вѓ Sun Solaris 8 and 9
Вѓ SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 (Intel x86)
Вѓ Japanese Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
Вѓ Japanese HP-UX 11.0 and 11i (PA-RISC)
Вѓ Japanese IBM AIX 5.1L and 5.2
Вѓ Japanese Sun Solaris 8 and 9
Вѓ Korean Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003
Вѓ Korean HP-UX 11.0 and 11i (PA-RISC)
Вѓ Korean IBM AIX 5.1L and 5.2
Вѓ Korean Sun Solaris 8 and 9
1.3
System Requirements
1.3.1.
For Using Java Message Service APIs
To use the Java Message Service Java APIs, you need the following:
Вѓ A TCP/IP network connection
Вѓ Java: Version 1.3.0 or later
Вѓ A development environment with a compiler that is compatible with platforms
supported by e*Gate; for example, Sun Java Compiler 1.3.0 or later.
1.3.2.
For Using Java Message Service COM+ APIs
To use the Java Message Service COM+ APIs, you need the following:
Вѓ A TCP/IP network connection
Вѓ A development environment with a compiler that is compatible with platforms
supported by e*Gate; for example, Microsoft Visual Basic on Windows NT or
Windows 2000.
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1.3.3.
Section 1.3
System Requirements
For Using Multiplexer e*Gate APIs
To use the Multiplexer e*Gate API Kit, you need the following:
Вѓ A TCP/IP network connection
Вѓ Java: Version 1.2.2 or later
Вѓ A client system capable of executing an application that uses the e*Gate multiplexer
APIs. The requirements for the client applications are as follows:
ВЉ C/C++ software program with a compiler that is compatible with the platform
supported by e*Gate. For example:
ВЊ Windows NT/Windows 2000: Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0
ВЊ UNIX: C Compiler or Sun C++
Вѓ Visual Basic or other application capable of using ActiveX components: The e*Gate
libraries stdole32.tlb and stdole2.tlb must be installed on the client system. ActiveX
support is available under Windows operating systems only.
Вѓ Perl: The following Perl libraries are supported:
OS
Perl
AIX
5.005_03 patch level ML10
HP-UX 11
5.005_03 patch level March 2002 Quality Pack
HP-UX 11i
5.005_03 patch level June 2002 Gold Base
Solaris
5.005_03 J2SE(5/22/02) Recommended (5/8/2002) 105181-31
Red Hat Linux
5.005_03 patch level None
HP Tru64
5.003_03 with patch level DUV40FB18AS0007-20020102
Windows
5.003_03
HP-UX clients also require that the Perl executable must be linked against the pthread library (using the flag -lpthread) when it is built.
The above versions are the only versions that are officially supported and tested.
Note: With the many compilers available, it is possible that some will not be compatible
with the e*Gate environment.
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This chapter describes the procedures necessary to install the e*Gate API Kit from the
e*Gate installation CD-ROM. The following platform types are discussed:
Вѓ Installing the e*Gate API Kit on Windows on page 34
Вѓ Installing the e*Gate API Kit on UNIX on page 35
For a list of the files the e*Gate API Kit will install on your system, see “Directories and
Files Created by the Installation” on page 36.
After the product is installed, you must customize it to execute your site-specific
business logic and to interact with your other systems as required.
2.1
Installing the e*Gate API Kit on Windows
Note that you must have Administrator privileges to successfully install e*Gate, and
that the e*Gate API Kit can only be installed after successfully completing the
installation of the e*Gate Registry Host. For more information about installing the
Registry Host, see the e*Gate Integrator Installation Guide.
2.1.1.
To install the e*Gate API Kit
1 Log in as an Administrator on the workstation on which you want to install the Kit.
2 Exit all Windows programs, including any anti-virus applications.
3 Insert the e*Way installation CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
If the CD-ROM drive’s Autorun feature is enabled, the setup application should
launch automatically, and you can skip ahead to step 4. Otherwise, use Windows
Explorer (or the Control Panel’s Add/Remove Applications feature) to launch the
file setup.exe on the CD-ROM drive.
The InstallShield setup application launches.
4 When the Select Components dialog box appears, click the Change button. Then,
in the Select Sub-components dialog box, select e*Gate API Kit.
5 Follow the on-screen instructions to install the Kit.
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Installing the e*Gate API Kit on UNIX
Note that the InstallShield program detects and suggests the appropriate client
installation directory. Unless you are directed to do so by SeeBeyond support
personnel, do not change the suggested installation directory setting.
6 From the Addons directory located on the e*Gate installation CD-ROM, navigate to
the ewmux folder.
7 From the ewmux folder, select the eGate_API_win32.taz file. Expand the file.
8 Extract these files to the computer that you have installed the e*Gate API Kit and
plan to build your application on.
9 If you are running your application from another directory other than where the .dlls
reside, you will need to prepend your path to point to the directory that you have
extracted your .dlls to, e.g. path c:\mydlls\debug;%path%.
For a list of items installed on the Participating Host machine and committed to the
Registry Host, see “Directories and Files Created by the Installation” on page 36.
2.2
Installing the e*Gate API Kit on UNIX
2.2.1.
Pre-installation
Before installing the e*Way on your UNIX system, please read the following sections to
ensure a smooth and error-free installation.
You will need non-root user access to begin the e*Gate installation.
2.2.2.
Installing the e*Gate API Kit
To install the e*Gate API Kit on a UNIX system
1 Log in to the workstation containing the CD-ROM drive and insert the CD-ROM
into the drive.
2 If necessary, mount the CD-ROM drive.
3 At the shell prompt, type
cd
/cdrom
4 Start the installation script by typing:
setup.sh
5 Follow the prompts to accept user license information and so forth.
6 A menu of options opens. Enter the number corresponding to the “e*Gate Add-on
Applications” option (1). Then, follow any additional on-screen directions.
7 Enter the number corresponding to “eWays” (1)
8 Enter the number corresponding to the “e*Gate API Kit” (number may vary).
9 Be sure to install support for any additional platform support.
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Be sure to install the e*Way files in the suggested client installation directory. The
installation utility detects and suggests the appropriate installation directory.
Caution: Unless you are directed to do so by SeeBeyond support personnel, do not change the
suggested installation directory setting.
10 From the Addons directory located on the e*Gate installation CD-ROM, navigate to
the ewmux folder.
11 From the ewmux folder, select the eGate_API_xxx.taz file where xxx is the name of
your operating system. Expand the file.
12 Extract these files to the computer that you have installed the e*Gate API Kit and
plan to build your application on.
13 If you are running your application from another directory other than where the .dlls
reside, you will need to prepend your path to point to the directory that you have
extracted your .dlls to, e.g. path /mydlls/debug;%path%.
14 Add execute permissions to the extracted .dlls and .jar files, e.g.
stc_ewipmpclnt.dll.
For a list of items installed on the Participating Host machine and committed to the
Registry Host, see “Directories and Files Created by the Installation” on page 36.
2.3
Directories and Files Created by the Installation
This section provides the names and locations of files installed during the e*Gate API
Kit installation process. It includes information for the following system types:
Вѓ Windows (page 36)
Вѓ Solaris (page 38)
2.3.1.
Files and Directories - Windows
The e*Gate API Kit installer will install the files listed in Table 1 on your Windows
system.
Table 1 Files Installed on a Windows System
Location
File
jms\c_api
ms.h
jms\c_api
msc_const.h
jms\c_api
mscapi.h
jms\c_api
msdate.h
jms\c_api
msdll.h
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Location
File
jms\c_api
mslocale.h
jms\c_api
mstypes.h
jms\c_api
msxa.h
jms\c_api
msxid.h
jms\c_api
RTTI.h
jms\c_api
wstring.h
JMS\C_API\Debug
stc_msapi.dll
JMS\C_API\Debug
stc_msapi.lib
JMS\C_API\Debug
stc_mscapi.dll
JMS\C_API\Debug
stc_mscapi.lib
JMS\C_API\Debug
stc_msclient.dll
JMS\C_API\Debug
stc_msclient.lib
JMS\C_API\Debug
stc_mscommon.dll
JMS\C_API\Debug
stc_mscommon.lib
JMS\C_API\Release
stc_msapi.dll
JMS\C_API\Release
stc_msapi.lib
JMS\C_API\Release
stc_mscapi.dll
JMS\C_API\Release
stc_mscapi.lib
JMS\C_API\Release
stc_msclient.dll
JMS\C_API\Release
stc_msclient.lib
JMS\C_API\Release
stc_mscommon.dll
JMS\C_API\Release
stc_mscommon.lib
jms\com
stc_mscom.dll
JMS\Java
jms.jar
JMS\Java
jta.jar
JMS\Java
stcjms.jar
mux\c
ewipmpclnt.h
mux\c
gendefs.h
mux\c
generror.h
mux\c
stc_common.dll
mux\c
stc_common.lib
mux\c
stc_ewipmpclnt.dll
mux\c
stc_ewipmpclnt.lib
MUX\Cobol
stc.xmit.mux.cicsload
MUX\Cobol
stc.xmit.mux.load
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Table 1 Files Installed on a Windows System
Location
2.3.2.
File
mux\com
stc_xipmpclnt.dll
mux\com
stcxipmptest.exe
MUX\Java
stcph.jar
MUX\Perl
stc_ewipmpclntperl.dll
MUX\Perl
stc_ewipmpclntperl.pm
Files and Directories - Solaris
The e*Gate API Kit installer will install the files listed in Table 2 on your Solaris system.
Table 2 Files Installed on a Solaris System
Location
File
jms\c_api
ms.h
jms\c_api
msc_const.h
jms\c_api
mscapi.h
jms\c_api
msdate.h
jms\c_api
msdll.h
jms\c_api
mslocale.h
jms\c_api
mstypes.h
jms\c_api
msxa.h
jms\c_api
msxid.h
jms\c_api
RTTI.h
jms\c_api
stc_msapi.dll
jms\c_api
stc_mscapi.dll
jms\c_api
stc_msclient.dll
jms\c_api
stc_mscommon.dll
jms\c_api
wstring.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
algorithm
JMS\C_API\stlport
bitset
JMS\C_API\stlport
cassert
JMS\C_API\stlport
cctype
JMS\C_API\stlport
cerrno
JMS\C_API\stlport
cfloat
JMS\C_API\stlport
climits
JMS\C_API\stlport
clocale
JMS\C_API\stlport
cmath
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Table 2 Files Installed on a Solaris System
Location
File
JMS\C_API\stlport
complex
JMS\C_API\stlport
csetjmp
JMS\C_API\stlport
csignal
JMS\C_API\stlport
cstdarg
JMS\C_API\stlport
cstddef
JMS\C_API\stlport
cstdio
JMS\C_API\stlport
cstdlib
JMS\C_API\stlport
cstring
JMS\C_API\stlport
cstring.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
ctime
JMS\C_API\stlport
ctype.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
cwchar
JMS\C_API\stlport
cwctype
JMS\C_API\stlport
deque
JMS\C_API\stlport
exception
JMS\C_API\stlport
exception.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
fstream
JMS\C_API\stlport
fstream.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
functional
JMS\C_API\stlport
hash_map
JMS\C_API\stlport
hash_set
JMS\C_API\stlport
iomanip
JMS\C_API\stlport
iomanip.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
ios
JMS\C_API\stlport
ios.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
iosfwd
JMS\C_API\stlport
iostream
JMS\C_API\stlport
iostream.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
istream
JMS\C_API\stlport
istream.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
iterator
JMS\C_API\stlport
limits
JMS\C_API\stlport
list
JMS\C_API\stlport
locale
JMS\C_API\stlport
locale.h
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Table 2 Files Installed on a Solaris System
Location
File
JMS\C_API\stlport
map
JMS\C_API\stlport
math.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
mem.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
memory
JMS\C_API\stlport
memory.new
JMS\C_API\stlport
mmemory.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
new
JMS\C_API\stlport
new.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
numeric
JMS\C_API\stlport
ostream
JMS\C_API\stlport
ostream.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
pthread_alloc
JMS\C_API\stlport
queue
JMS\C_API\stlport
rope
JMS\C_API\stlport
set
JMS\C_API\stlport
setjmp.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
signal.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
slist
JMS\C_API\stlport
sstream
JMS\C_API\stlport
stack
JMS\C_API\stlport
stdarg.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
stddef.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
stedxcept
JMS\C_API\stlport
stdio.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
stdlib.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
stl_user_config.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
streambuf
JMS\C_API\stlport
streambuf.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
string
JMS\C_API\stlport
string.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
strstream
JMS\C_API\stlport
strstream.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
time.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
typeinfo
JMS\C_API\stlport
typeinfo.h
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Table 2 Files Installed on a Solaris System
Location
File
JMS\C_API\stlport
utility
JMS\C_API\stlport
valarray
JMS\C_API\stlport
vector
JMS\C_API\stlport
wchar.h
JMS\C_API\stlport
wctype.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
_epilog.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
_msvc_warnings_off.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
_prolog.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_apcc.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_apple.bak.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_apple.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_as400.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_bc.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_como.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_confix.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_dec.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_dec_vms.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_gcc.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_hpacc.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_ibm.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_intel.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_kai.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_mlc.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_msvc.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_mwerks.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_mycomp.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_sco.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_select_lib.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_sgi.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_sunpro.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_symantec.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_watcom.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stl_wince.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
stlcomp.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config
vc_select_lib.h
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Table 2 Files Installed on a Solaris System
Location
File
JMS\C_API\stlport\config\new_compiler
confdefs.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config\new_compiler
config.log
JMS\C_API\stlport\config\new_compiler
configure
JMS\C_API\stlport\config\new_compiler
configure.in
JMS\C_API\stlport\config\new_compiler
readme
JMS\C_API\stlport\config\new_compiler
stlconf.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\config\new_compiler
stlconf.h.in
JMS\C_API\stlport\config\new_compiler
test.cpp
JMS\C_API\stlport\config\new_compiler
unconfigure
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
algo.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
algobase.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
alloc.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
bvector.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
defalloc.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
deque.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
function.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
hash_map.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
hash_set.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
hashtable.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
heap.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
iterator.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
list.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
map.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
multimap.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
multiset.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
numeric.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
pair.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
pthread_alloc.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
queue.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
rope.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
set.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
slist.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
stack.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
tempbuf.h
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
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Table 2 Files Installed on a Solaris System
Location
File
JMS\C_API\stlport\old_hp
vector.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_algo.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_algo.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_algobase.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_algobase.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_alloc.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_alloc.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_bitset.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_bitset.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_bvector.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_check_config.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_codecvt.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_collate.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_complex.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_complex.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_config.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_construct.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_ctraits_fns.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_ctype.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_deque.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_deque.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_epilog.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_exception.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_fstream.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_fstream.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_function.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_hash_fun.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_hash_map.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_hash_set.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_hashtable.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_hashtable.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_heap.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_heap.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_ios.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
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Location
File
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_ios_base.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_iosfwd.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_istream.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_istream.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_iterator.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_iterator_base.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_limits.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_limits.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_list.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_list.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_locale.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_locale.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_map.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_messages_facets.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_monetary.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_monetary.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_null_stream.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_numeric.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_numeric.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_numeric_facets.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_numeric_facets.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_ostream.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_ostream.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_pair.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_prolog.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_ptrs_specialize.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_queue.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_range_errors.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_raw_storage_iter.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_relops.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_relops_cont.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_relops_template.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_rope.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_rope.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
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Table 2 Files Installed on a Solaris System
Location
File
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_set_operators.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_site_config.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_slist.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_slist.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_slist_base.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_slist_base.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_sstream.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_sstream.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_stack.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_stdio_file.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_stream_iterator.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_streambuf.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_streambuf.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_string.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_string.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_string_fwd.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_string_fwd.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_string_hash.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_string_io.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_string_io.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_strstream.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_tempbuf.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_tempbuf.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_threads.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_threads.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_time_facets.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_time_facets.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_tree.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_tree.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_uninitialized.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_valarray.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_valarray.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_vector.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
_vector.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
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Location
File
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
char_traits.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
concept_checks.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
container_concepts.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
msl_string.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
stdio_streambuf
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl
type_traits.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\debug
_debug.c
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\debug
_debug.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\debug
_deque.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\debug
_hashtable.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\debug
_iterator.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\debug
_list.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\debug
_slist.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\debug
_string.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\debug
_tree.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\debug
_vector.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\wrappers
_deque.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\wrappers
_hash_map.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\wrappers
_hash_set.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\wrappers
_list.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\wrappers
_map.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\wrappers
_mmap.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\wrappers
_set.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\wrappers
_slish.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\stl\wrappers
_vector.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\using
cstring
JMS\C_API_stlport\using
fstream
JMS\C_API_stlport\using
iomanip
JMS\C_API_stlport\using
ios
JMS\C_API_stlport\using
iosfwd
JMS\C_API_stlport\using
iostream
JMS\C_API_stlport\using
istream
JMS\C_API_stlport\using
locale
JMS\C_API_stlport\using
ostream
JMS\C_API_stlport\using
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File
JMS\C_API_stlport\using
streambuf
JMS\C_API_stlport\using
strstream
JMS\C_API_stlport\using\h
fstream.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\using\h
iomanip.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\using\h
iostream.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\using\h
ostream.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\using\h
strstream.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std
complex
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std
fstream
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std
iomanip
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std
ios
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std
iosfwd
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std
iostream
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std
istream
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std
locale
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std
ostream
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std
sstream
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std
streambuf
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std
strstream
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std\h
fstream.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std\h
iostream.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std\h
streambuf.h
JMS\C_API_stlport\wrap_std\h
strstream.h
JMS\Java
jms.jar
JMS\Java
jta.jar
JMS\Java
stcjms.jar
mux\c
ewipmpclnt.h
mux\c
gendefs.h
mux\c
generror.h
mux\c
stc_common.dll
mux\c
stc_ewipmpclnt.dll
MUX\Cobol
stc.xmit.mux.cicsload
MUX\Cobol
stc.xmit.mux.load
MUX\Java
stcph.jar
MUX\Perl
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MUX\Perl
2.3.3.
stc_ewipmpclntperl.pm
Files and Directories - Other Systems
The e*Gate API Kit installer will install the files listed in Table 3 on the following
systems:
Вѓ AIX
Вѓ Compaq Tru64
Вѓ HP UNIX
Вѓ Linux (6x86)
Table 3 Files Installed on AIX, Compaq 64,HP UNIX, and Linux (6x86)Systems
Location
File
jms\c_api
ms.h
jms\c_api
msc_const.h
jms\c_api
mscapi.h
jms\c_api
msdate.h
jms\c_api
msdll.h
jms\c_api
mslocale.h
jms\c_api
mstypes.h
jms\c_api
msxa.h
jms\c_api
msxid.h
jms\c_api
RTTI.h
jms\c_api
wstring.h
JMS\Java
jms.jar
JMS\Java
jta.jar
JMS\Java
stcjms.jar
mux\c
ewipmpclnt.h
mux\c
gendefs.h
mux\c
generror.h
mux\c
stc_common.dll
mux\c
stc_ewipmpclnt.dll
MUX\Cobol
stc.xmit.mux.cicsload
MUX\Cobol
stc.xmit.mux.load
MUX\Java
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2.3.4.
File
MUX\Perl
stc_ewipmpclntperl.dll
MUX\Perl
stc_ewipmpclntperl.pm
Configuring Perl
If you are using the Multiplexer e*Way, and you wish to use Perl, you will need to
configure your PATH environment as follows:
Follow the instructions given in “Installing the e*Gate API Kit on UNIX” on page 35.
Once installed, you will need to create a link setup for Perl and set an environment
variable as indicated in Table 4.
Table 4 Link Setup
Operating
System
Link Command
Library PATH
hpux11
ln -f -s stc_ewimpmpcIntperl.dll stc_ewipmpcIntperl.sl
SHLIB_PATH
sparc26
ln -f -s stc_ewimpmpcIntperl.dll stc_ewimpmpcIntperl.so
LD_LIBRARY_PATH
aix43
ln -f -s stc_ewimpmpcIntperl.dll stc_ewimpmpcIntperl.so
LIBPATH
linux6x86
ln -f -s stc_ewipmpcIntperl.dll stc_ewimpmpcIntperl.so
LD_LIBRARY_PATH
ctru64_4
ln -f -s stc_ewipmpcIntperl.dll stc_ewipmpcIntperl.dll
LD_LIBRARY_PATH
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Configuring the Message Service
This chapter explains how to configure the three separate components that constitute
SeeBeyond’s implementation of the Java Message Service:
Вѓ Message Service Client: the external application
Вѓ Message Server: the data container and router
Вѓ e*Way Connection: the link between e*Gate and the external system
The following diagram illustrates the communication between each component.
Figure 3 Message Service Communication Architecture
e *G a te
SeeBeyond JMS
Collaborations
J a v a C lie n t
C , R P G C lie n t
C + + C lie n t
C O M + C lie n t
3.1
Configuring the Message Service Clients
The current SeeBeyond Message service supports both Java and COM+ clients. The
sections that follow provide the information necessary to configure both of these
clients.
In the diagram that follows all of the necessary components have been isolated onto a
separate machine. While this separation is not mandatory, the combinations of
components that reside together on various machines, change depending upon the
needs of the customer.
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Figure 4 TCP/IP Communication Architecture
Database Server
JMS
client
External System
Internet
eGate Participating Host
eGate Registry
In some form, the following components must exist:
Вѓ e*Gate Registry Host (e*Gate Server)
Вѓ e*Gate Participating Host (e*Gate Client)
Вѓ External System (SeeBeyond Message Service Client file)
Вѓ Database Server (Data Repository)
Important: From this point forward, when referring to a machine, the above naming
conventions are used. Remember that multiple components may reside on the same
machine. For example, the e*Gate Participating Host and the External System may
exist on one physical machine.
3.1.1.
Java Client
Once the e*Gate API Kit has been installed successfully, additional steps are required to
run Java JMS client programs. Both the Java client, which represents the machine where
the external code resides, and the Java server, which represents the machine where the
Message Server (also referred to as the SeeBeyond JMS IQ Manager) resides requiring
handling. In this section, the setup steps are included for setting up the Message Service
to use Java.
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Setting up the Java Client
To begin using the Message Service for Java, do the following:
Locate the jms.jar, jta.jar, stcjms.jar files in the directory on the external machine that
you have installed the e*Gate API Kit on.
Modify the CLASSPATH on your external system to include the jms.jar and stcjms.jar
files. For XA support, you will also need to include the jta.jar in your path.
3.1.2.
COM+ Client
Once the e*Gate API Kit has been installed successfully, additional steps are required to
finish the setup, before data exchange can begin. Both the COM+ client, which
represents the machine where the external code resides, and the Java server, which
represents the machine where the Message Server (also referred to as the SeeBeyond
JMS IQ Manager) resides requiring handling. In this section, the setup steps are
included for setting up the Message Service to use COM+.
Setting up the COM+ Client
For all COM+ implementations, to begin using the Message Service for COM+, do the
following:.
Locate the stc_mscom.dll, stc_msclient.dll, stc_mscommon.dll, stc_msapi.dll files in
the directory on the external system that you have installed the e*Gate API Kit on. From
the command prompt of the external system, register the file stc_mscom.dll into the
Windows Registry by doing the following:
regsvr32 your_path_location\stc_mscom.dll
Viewing the Message Service COM+ APIs
You can view the JMS COM+ APIs using any application that is capable of viewing
COM+ APIs. For this illustration on how to view the APIs, we have chosen Microsoft
Visual Basic 6.0 as the viewing application.
To begin viewing the APIs
1 Start Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0.
2 In the New Project dialog box, click Standard EXE and then click Open.
3 On the Project toolbar, click References.
4 In the References dialog box, select SeeBeyond Message Service 1.0, and then click
OK.
5 On the View toolbar, click Object Browser.
6 From the All Libraries list box, select STC_MSCOM.
7 Press the F2 button to open the Object Browser dialog box.
8 From the All Libraries drop-down button, select STC_MSCOM to view the
supported classes and methods.
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9 Highlight the class to view the member methods and properties.
Compensating Resource Manager (CRM)
A Compensating Resource Manager can be described as a COM+ object that uses a set of
tools (CRM facility) enabling the user to create resource managers. This allows the user
to perform non-database operations (such as generating a file) as part of a transaction.
A distributed transaction is a transaction that involves multiple independent resource
managers. For example, it might include an Oracle database at the corporate office and
a SQL Server database at the partner’s warehouse. The involved resource managers
attempt to complete and commit their part of the transaction. If any part of the
transaction fails, all resource managers roll back their respective updates.
This is accomplished using the two-phase commit protocol. In this protocol, the activity
of one or more resource managers is controlled by a separate piece of software called a
transaction coordinator.
CRM Architecture
A minimum of two COM components must be implemented to create a CRM scenario.
At least one CRM Worker, and a CRM Compensator are required. The COM+ CRM
functionality provides the CRM clerk and a durable log file. The CRM Worker contains
the application-level code that directs the business logic employed by the
Compensating Resource Manager. If the CRM writes XML files, the CRM Worker is
likely to contain a WriteToFile method, along with a COM+ implementation of JMS
interfaces to the message service. The CRM Worker acts as a transacted COM+
component that is configured to require a transaction. When an application activates a
CRM Worker component, the CRM Worker instantiates the CRM clerk object, and uses
that CRM clerk to register a compensator component.
The functionality provided by SeeBeyond’s implementation of CRM is contained
within the COM+ library, stc_mscom.dll.
The CRM Worker is implemented via the following classes:
Вѓ XAConnection
Вѓ XAConnectionFactory
Вѓ XAQueueConnection
Вѓ XAQueueConnectionFactory
Вѓ XAQueueSession
Вѓ XARecord
Вѓ XASession
Вѓ XATopicConnection
Вѓ XATopicConnectionFactory
Вѓ XATopicSession
The CRM Compensator is implemented in the Compensator file.
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When the transaction in which the CRM Worker is participating commits, the DTC calls
methods contained within the CRM Compensator interface that the CRM Compensator
must implement. The DTC makes these calls at each step of a two-phase commit
protocol. If the prepare phase is successful, the updates are made permanent by
committing the changes. If any part of the complete transaction fails, the transaction
rolls back the information, aborting the transaction.
Two-phase Commit Protocol
Implementing distributed transactions is the key to the two-phase commit protocol.
The activity of one or more resource managers is controlled by the transaction
coordinator. There are five steps in the two-phase commit protocol.
1 An application invokes the commit method in the transaction coordinator.
2 The transaction coordinator contacts the various resource managers relevant to the
transaction, and directs them to prepare to commit the transaction. (Begin phase
one.)
3 The resource manager must be able to guarantee the ability to commit the
transaction, or perform a rollback. Most resource managers write a journal file,
containing the intended changes to durable storage. If unable to prepare the
transaction, a negative response is set to the transaction coordinator.
4 All responses from the involved resource managers are collected.
5 The transaction coordinator informs the involved resource managers. (Phase Two)
If any of resource managers responded negatively, the transaction coordinator
sends a rollback command. If all of the resource managers responded affirmatively,
the transaction coordinator directs all of the resource managers to commit the
transaction. The transaction cannot fail after this point.
Compensating Resource Manager (CRM) Setup
To enable SeeBeyond’s CRM functionality, the following steps are required.
1 From a command prompt of the external system, register the file stc_mscom.dll into
the Windows Registry by entering the following command
regsvr32 your_path_location\stc_mscom.dll
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2 Open the Component Services applet (Start -> Settings->Control Panel ->
Administrative Tools -> Component Services).
3 Expand the Component Services folder (see Figure 5) and right-click COM+
Applications.
Figure 5 Component Services Folder
4 On the shortcut menu, click New\Application. The COM Application Install
Wizard opens (see Figure 6). Click Next to continue.
Figure 6 COM Application Install Wizard
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5 In the Install or Create step (see Figure 7), click Create an empty application.
Figure 7 COM Application Install Wizard
6 In the Create Empty Application step, enter the name stc_mscom and click the
option button Server application (as in Figure 8), and then click Next.
Figure 8 COM Application Install Wizard: New Application
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7 In the Set Application Identity step, click Interactive User (as in Figure 9), and then
click Next.
Figure 9 COM Application Install Wizard: Set Application Identity
8 Click Finish.
9 Expand the stc_mscom component; see Figure 10.
Figure 10 Component Services: stc_mscom Component
10 Right-click the Components folder. On the shortcut menu, click New Component.
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11 The COM Component Install Wizard opens (see Figure 11). Click Install new
component(s).
Figure 11 COM Component Install Wizard
12 In the Install new components step, click Add to open the Select Files to Install
dialog box (see Figure 12). Locate and open the file stc_mscom.dll.
Figure 12 COM Component Install Wizard
ВЉ If you are running the .dll on the same machine where e*Gate was installed, the
file is located in <eGate>\client\bin directory.
ВЉ If stc_mscom.dll has been copied to another system, the file is located in the
directory where you pasted it previously.
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13 Once the component appears in the Components found pane, ensure that the
Details box is selected (as in Figure 13), and then click Next to continue.
Figure 13 COM Component Install Wizard: Add
14 Click Finish.
15 Right-click the stc_mscom component and, on the shortcut menu, click Properties.
16 The stc_mscom Properties dialog box appears. In the Advanced tab, ensure Enable
Compensating Resource Manager is selected (as in Figure 14), and then click OK.
Figure 14 stc_mscom Properties: Advanced
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17 Expand the stc_mscom component and click the Components folder to view the
objects it contains.
18 In the Components pane (on the right side of the window; see Figure 15), right-click
STC_MSCOM.Compensator, and, on the shortcut menu, click Properties.
Figure 15 STC_MSCOM.Compensator Properties
The STC_MSCOM.Compensator Properties dialog box appears.
19 In the Transactions tab: For Transaction support, click Disabled (as in Figure 16).
Figure 16 STC_MSCOM.Compensator Properties:Transaction Support
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20 In the Activation tab: Clear Enable Just In Time Activation (as in Figure 17).
Figure 17 STC_MSCOM.Compenstator Properties:Activation
21 In the Concurrency tab: For Synchronization support, click Disabled (as in Figure
18), and then click OK.
Figure 18 STC_MSCOM.Compensator Properties:Concurrency
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22 In the Components pane right-click STC_MSCOM.XAQueueConnectionFactory
and STC_MSCOM.XATopicConnectionFactory (as in Figure 19) and, on the
shortcut menu, click Properties.
Figure 19 STC_MSCOM.XAConnectionFactory Properties
23 In the Transactions tab: For Transaction support, click Required (as in Figure 20).
Figure 20 STC_MSCOM.XAConnectionFactory Properties:Transaction Support
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24 In the Activation tab: Ensure that Enable Just In Time Activation is selected.
25 In the Concurrency tab: For Synchronization support, click Required, and then
click OK.
3.2
Configuring the Message Server
For information about the architecture and specific operation of the JMS IQ Manager
(Message Server), see the SeeBeyond JMS Intelligent Queue User’s Guide.
The SeeBeyond JMS IQ Manager is compliant with JMS version 1.0.2, and provides
persistent nonvolatile storage of messages (Events), along with the necessary routing.
The SeeBeyond JMS IQ Manager acts as a Message Server.
3.2.1.
Considerations
The JMS Topic/Queue names and the e*Gate Event Types must coincide.
The individual writing any external JMS code must know the expected data format
(byte or text), the name of the Topic/Queue (which must coincide with the Event Type
name), the name of host and port number of the JMS client.
Segment size (512 bytes/page for Windows, 1024 bytes for UNIX) must always be
larger than the largest expected Event, preferably by an order of magnitude.
For more information about the JMS IQ Managers, see the SeeBeyond JMS Intelligent
Queue User’s Guide.
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Implementing JMS
This chapter describes the implementation models, along with a sample
implementation for the SeeBeyond Message Service (SeeBeyond JMS).
To implement JMS in Java or COM+
ƒ For information on what you need to use the APIs, see “Implementing JMS
Models in Java or COM+” on page 64.
ƒ For sample code, see “Sample Code for Using JMS in Java and COM+” on
page 67.
ƒ For a discussion of the sample schema, see “Sample Schema Implementation” on
page 110.
To implement JMS in C++
ƒ For information on what you need to use the APIs, see “Sample Code for Using
JMS in C++” on page 166.
ƒ For sample code, see “Sample Code for Using JMS in C++” on page 166.
ƒ For a discussion of the sample schema, see “Sample Schema Implementation” on
page 110.
4.1
Implementing JMS Models in Java or COM+
This section discusses how to use the JMS Java APIs and the JMS COM+ APIs to
exchange data with an e*Gate system.
Considerations
To enable the client system to communicate with the e*Gate API Kit, you must do the
following:
1 The JMS Topic/Queue names and the e*Gate Event Types names must coincide.
2 The individual writing any external JMS code must know the expected data format,
the name of the Topic/Queue, the name of host and port number of the JMS server.
3 The methods used must correspond to the expected data format.
4 For a list of e*Gate supported Java/COM+ classes, interfaces and methods, please
see “Client Libraries for the SeeBeyond JMS API” on page 188.
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5 The client code samples provided are intended to work directly with the sample
schema provided. These are only samples created as a demonstration of possible
behavior.
4.1.1.
Message Overview
The message is defined by the message structure, the header and the properties. All of
the data and Events in a JMS application are expressed using messages, while the
additional components exist to facilitate the transferal of messages.
Message Structure
Message Service messages are composed of the following:
Вѓ Header - All messages support the same set of header fields. These header fields
contain values used by both clients and providers to identify and route messages.
Вѓ Properties - Properties provide a way to add optional header fields to messages
ВЉ Application-specific
ВЉ Standard properties
ВЉ Provider-specific
Вѓ Body (or Payload) - JMS provides for supporting different types of payload.
The current JMS e*Way Connection supports bytes and text messaging.
Message Header Fields
When a message is received by the client, the message’s header is transmitted in its
entirety.
JMSDestination
The JMSDestination header field provides the destination to which the message is being
sent.
JMSDeliveryMode
The JMSDeliveryMode header field provides the mode of delivery when the message
was sent. The two modes of delivery are non-persistent and persistent. Non-persistent
mode causes the lowest overhead, because it does not require the message to be logged
to stable storage; however, non-persistent messages can be lost. Persistent mode
instructs the provider to ensure that messages are not lost in transit due to provider
failure.
JMSMessageID
The JMSMessageID header field contains a value intended to uniquely identify each
message sent by a provider. The JMSMessageID is a String value, that should contain a
unique key for identifying messages in a historical repository. The provider must
provide the scope of uniqueness.
The JMSMessageID must start with the ID: prefix.
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JMSTimestamp
The JMSTimestamp header field contains the specific time that a message is handed off
to a provider to be sent. It is not the actual transmission time, because the send may
occur later, due to pending transactions.
JMSExpiration
The JMSExpiration is the time that is calculated as the sum of the time-to-live value
specified on the send method and the current GMT value. After the send method is
returned, the message’s JMSExpiration header field contains this value. If the time-tolive is specified as zero, expiration is also set to zero, and the message does not expire.
JMSRedelivered
The JMSRedelivered header filed contains the information that the message was redelivered to the consumer. If the header is “true”, the message is re-delivered, and false
if it’s not. The message may be marked as re-delivered if a consumer fails to
acknowledge delivery of the message, or if the JMS provider is uncertain that the
consumer received the message.
boolean isRedelivered = message.getJMSRedelivered()
JMSPriority
The JMSPriority header field provides the message’s priority. There is a ten-level
priority value system, with 0 as the lowest priority and 9 as the highest. Priorities
between 0-4 are gradations of normal priority, while 5-9 are expedited priorities.
JMSReplyTo
To enable the consumer to reply to a message associated with a specific producer, the
JMSReplyTo header contains the javax.jms.Destination, indicating the address to which
to reply.
message.setJMSReplyTo(topic);
...
Topic topic = (Topic) message.getJMSReplyTo();
JMSCorrelationID
The JMSCorrelationID header field provides a header field used to associate the current
message with some previous message or application-specific ID. Usually the
JMSCorrelationID is used to tag a message as a reply to a previous message identified
by a JMSMessageID. The JMSCorrelationID can contain any value, it is not limited to
JMSMessageID.
message.setJMSCorrelationID(identifier)
...
String correlationid = message.getJMSCorrelationID();
JMSType
The JMSType header field is optionally set by the JMS client. The main purpose is to
identify the message structure and the payload type. Not all vendors support this
header.
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Message Properties
Properties allow a client, via message selectors, to have the JMS provider select
messages based on application-specific criteria. The property values must be set prior
to sending a message.
Message Body (Payload)
The full JMS specification defines six types of message body, also called payload. Each
form is defined by a message interface. Currently, the following interfaces are
supported by e*Gate:
Вѓ TextMessage - A message whose payload is a java.lang.String. It is expected that
String messages will be used extensively. This type can be used to exchange both
simple text messages and more complex data, such as XML documents.
Вѓ BytesMessage - A message whose payload is a stream of uninterpreted bytes. This
message type is for literally encoding a body to match an existing message format.
It can be used for exchanging data in an application’s native format or when JMS is
being used purely as a transport between two systems.
4.2
Sample Code for Using JMS in Java and COM+
Code samples are provided on the product CD-ROM as shown in Table 5.
Table 5 Sample Code for Using JMS in Java and COM+
Location
samples\jmsapi
Contents
File jmsdemo.zip (sample schema): See “Sample Schema
Implementation” on page 110.
samples\jmsapi\java
Java source code samples:
ƒ Publisher.java: See “Java Publish” on page 69.
ƒ Subscriber.java: See “Java Subscribe” on page 70.
ƒ Sender.java: See “Java Point-to-Point Sender” on page 75.
ƒ Receiver.java: See “Java Point-to-Point Receiver” on page 76.
ƒ SampleTopicRequestor.java: See “Java TopicRequestor” on page 81.
ƒ SampleQueueRequestor.java: See “Java QueueRequestor” on page 82.
ƒ SelectorPublisher.java: See “Java Message Selector Publisher” on
page 93.
ƒ SelectorSubscriber.java: See “Java Message Selector Subscriber” on
page 95.
ƒ XAPublisher.java: See “Java XA Publisher” on page 97.
ƒ XASubscriber.java: See “Java XA Subscriber” on page 99.
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Table 5 Sample Code for Using JMS in Java and COM+
Location
samples\jmsapi\com
Contents
Samples for COM+:
ƒ CRM_Sample: See “The Compensating Resource Manager” on
page 103.
ƒ MessageSelector_Sample: See “COM VB Message Selector” on
page 96.
ƒ Point2Point_Sample: See “COM VB Point-to-Point” on page 78.
ƒ PublishSubscribe_Sample: See “COM VB Publish/Subscribe” on
page 72.
ƒ QueueRequestor_Sample: See “COM VB QueueRequestor” on
page 85.
ƒ TopicRequestor_Sample: See “COM VB TopicRequestor” on page 85.
ƒ XA_Sample: See “COM VB XA Sample” on page 102.
The external source code provided must be compiled and run, making sure that the
host name and port number point to the Participating Host on which the JMS IQ
Manager is running.
4.2.1.
The Publish/Subscribe Model
The Publish/Subscribe model provides the means for a message producer or publisher,
to distribute a message to one or more consumers or subscribers. There are three
important points to the Publish/Subscribe model:
Вѓ Messages are delivered to consumers without having to request them. They are
pushed via a channel referred to as a topic. This topic is considered a destination to
which producers publish and consumers subscribe. Messages are automatically
pushed to all qualified consumers.
Вѓ There is no coupling of the producers to the consumers. Both subscribers and
publishers can be dynamically added at runtime, allowing the system to change as
needed.
Вѓ Each client receives a copy of the messages that have been published to those topics
to which it subscribes. Multiple subscribers can receive messages published by one
producer.
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Figure 21 below illustrates a basic Publish/Subscribe schema.
Figure 21 The Publish/Subscribe Schema
Publish and Subscribe (One to Many)
Subscriber
Publisher
Topic
Subscriber
The Producer publishes a TopicA, which is stored on the Message Server. The
Consumers subscribe to TopicA, which is then pushed to the consumers.
Java Publish
The code sample below illustrates the following steps:
1 Create the connection.
2 Create the session from connection (true indicates that the session is transacted).
3 Create the publisher and the bytesmessage or textmessage.
4 Send messages, varying the bytes or text if desired.
5 When all messages have been sent, close the connection.
The following code demonstrates a sample scenario using the “Publish” functionality.
import javax.jms.*;
import com.seebeyond.jms.client.STCTopicConnectionFactory;
class Publisher {
public static void main(String args[])
{
String hostName = "localhost";
int port = 7555;
try
{
System.out.println("-h(ost) host-name -p(ort) port-number");
for (int i = 0; i < args.length; i++)
{
if (args[i].startsWith("-h") || args[i].startsWith("-host"))
hostName = args[++i];
else if (args[i].startsWith("-p") || args[i].startsWith("-port"))
port = Integer.parseInt(args[++i]);
}
}
catch(Exception e)
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{
System.out.println("Error in arguments");
System.exit(1);
}
String topicName = "PubSubSample";
TopicConnectionFactory tcf = null;
TopicConnection topicConnection = null;
TopicSession topicSession = null;
Topic topic = null;
TopicPublisher topicPublisher = null;
TextMessage message = null;
final int MAX_MESSAGE_SIZE = 60;
System.out.println("pub topic name is " + topicName);
/*
* Create connection.
* Create session from connection; true means session is
* transacted.
* Create publisher and text message.
* Send messages, varying text slightly.
* Finally, close connection.
*/
try {
tcf = new STCTopicConnectionFactory(hostName, port);
topicConnection = tcf.createTopicConnection();
topicConnection.start();
topicSession = topicConnection.createTopicSession(true,
Session.AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
topic = topicSession.createTopic(topicName);
topicPublisher = topicSession.createPublisher(topic);
message = topicSession.createTextMessage();
String s = new String("This is message.");
message.setText(s);
try {
System.out.println("... Publishing message: " +
s);
topicPublisher.publish(message);
topicSession.commit();
}
catch (Exception exx) {
exx.printStackTrace();
}
}
catch (JMSException e) {
System.out.println("Exception occurred: " + e.getMessage());
}
finally {
if(topicConnection != null) {
try {
System.out.println("... Closing connection ...");
topicConnection.close();
}
catch (JMSException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
}
}
}
}
}
Java Subscribe
The code sample below illustrates the following steps:
1 Create the connection.
2 Create the session from connection (true indicates that the session is transacted).
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3 Create the subscriber.
4 Register message listener (TextListener).
5 When all messages have been received, enter “Q” to quit.
6 Close the connection.
The following code sample demonstrates use of “subscribe” functionality.
import
import
import
import
javax.jms.*;
java.io.*;
com.seebeyond.jms.client.*;
com.seebeyond.jms.message.*;
public class Subscriber {
public static void main(String args[]) {
String hostName = "localhost";
int port = 7555;
try
{
System.out.println("-h(ost) host-name -p(ort) port-number");
for (int i = 0; i < args.length; i++)
{
if (args[i].startsWith("-h") || args[i].startsWith("-host"))
hostName = args[++i];
else if (args[i].startsWith("-p") || args[i].startsWith("-port"))
port = Integer.parseInt(args[++i]);
}
}
catch(Exception e)
{
System.out.println("Error in arguments");
System.exit(1);
}
String topicName = "eGatePubSubSample";
TopicConnectionFactory tcf = null;
TopicConnection topicConnection = null;
TopicSession topicSession = null;
Topic topic = null;
TopicSubscriber topicSubscriber = null;
STCBytesMessage message = null;
InputStreamReader inputStreamReader = null;
char answer = '\0';
System.out.println("Topic name is " + topicName);
/*
* Create connection.
* Create session from connection; true means session is
* transacted.
* Create subscriber.
* Register message listener (TextListener).
* Receive text messages from topic.
* When all messages have been received, enter Q to quit.
* Close connection.
*/
try {
tcf = new STCTopicConnectionFactory(hostName, port);
topicConnection = tcf.createTopicConnection();
topicConnection.start();
topicSession = topicConnection.createTopicSession(true,
Session.AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
topic = topicSession.createTopic(topicName);
topicSubscriber = topicSession.createSubscriber(topic);
/*
* Inner anonymous class that implements onMessage method
* of MessageListener interface.
*
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topicSubscriber.setMessageListener(new MessageListener(){
public void onMessage(Message message) {
STCTextMessage msg = null;
final int MAX_MESSAGE_SIZE = 60;
try {
if (message instanceof TextMessage) {
msg = (STCTextMessage) message;
System.out.println("... Reading message: " +
msg.getText());
}
else {
System.out.println("Message of wrong type: " +
message.getClass().getName());
}
}
catch (Exception e) {
System.out.println("JMSException in onMessage(): "
+ e.toString());
}
catch (Throwable te) {
System.out.println("Exception in onMessage():" +
te.getMessage());
}
}
});
topicSession.commit();
System.out.println("To end program, enter Q or q, then <return>");
inputStreamReader = new InputStreamReader(System.in);
while (!((answer == 'q') || (answer == 'Q'))) {
try {
answer = (char)inputStreamReader.read();
}
catch (IOException e) {
System.out.println("I/O exception: " + e.toString());
}
}
}
catch (JMSException e) {
System.out.println("Exception occurred: " + e.toString());
System.exit(1);
}
finally {
if (topicConnection != null) {
try {
System.out.println("... Closing connection ...");
topicSession.commit();
topicConnection.close();
}
catch (JMSException e) {}
}
}
}
}
COM VB Publish/Subscribe
Option Explicit
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
topicConnectionFactory As New topicConnectionFactory
topicConnection As topicConnection
topicSession As topicSession
topic, topic2 As topic
publisher As TopicPublisher
subscriber As TopicSubscriber
MessagePublished As TextMessage
MessageReceived As TextMessage
Private Sub Form_Load()
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' You should replace the host name and port number with the actual values
topicConnectionFactory.HostName = "localhost"
topicConnectionFactory.Port = 24053
' Create a topic connection
Set topicConnection = topicConnectionFactory.CreateTopicConnection()
' Create a session
Set topicSession = topicConnection.CreateTopicSession(True,
msAutoAcknowledge)
' Start the session
topicConnection.Start
' Create a topic
Set topic = topicSession.CreateTopic(txtTopicName)
Set topic2 = topicSession.CreateTopic("eGate" & txtTopicName)
' Create a publisher
Set publisher = topicSession.CreatePublisher(topic)
' Create a subscriber
Set subscriber = topicSession.CreateSubscriber(topic2)
End Sub
Private Sub cmdPublish_Click()
' Create a text message
Set MessagePublished =
topicSession.CreateTextMessage(txtPublished.Text)
' Publish a message
publisher.Publish MessagePublished
' Commit the message
topicSession.Commit
End Sub
Private Sub cmdReceive_Click()
' Receive the message
Set MessageReceived = subscriber.ReceiveNoWait
If MessageReceived Is Nothing Then
txtReceived = "No Message Received"
Else
' Commit the message
topicSession.Commit
txtReceived = MessageReceived.Text
End If
End Sub
ASP Publish
<%@ Language=VBScript %>
<%
'Ensure that this page is not cached.
Response.Expires = 0
%>
<HTML>
<HEAD>
<META NAME="GENERATOR" Content="Microsoft FrontPage 4.0">
</HEAD>
<BODY>
<%
set topicConnectionFactory =
server.CreateObject("STC_MSCOM.TopicConnectionFactory")
topicConnectionFactory.hostname = "JMS_Server_Machine"
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'topicConnectionFactory.port = "JMS_Server_Port_Number"
Set topicConnection = topicConnectionFactory.CreateTopicConnection()
Set topicSession = topicConnection.CreateTopicSession(True,
AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE)
topicConnection.Start
Set topic = topicSession.CreateTopic("test")
Set Publisher = topicSession.CreatePublisher(topic)
Set subscriber = topicSession.CreateSubscriber(topic)
Set MessagePublished = topicSession.CreateTextMessage("Hello World")
Publisher.Publish MessagePublished
topicSession.Commit
Set MessageReceived = subscriber.Receive()
topicSession.Commit
Response.write ("Answer : " & MessageReceived.Text)
%>
<P></P>
</BODY>
</HTML>
4.2.2.
The Point-to-Point Model
Point-to-Point messaging is based on the sending of a message to a named destination
(as is the publish/subscribe model). There is no direct coupling of the producers to the
consumers. One main difference between point-to-point and publish/subscribe
messaging is that in the first, messages are delivered, without consideration of the
current connection status of the receiver.
In a point-to-point model, the producer is referred to as a sender, while the consumer is
referred to as a receiver. The following characteristics apply:
Вѓ Message exchange takes place via a queue. The queue acts as a destination to which
producers send messages, and a source from which receivers consume messages.
Вѓ Each message is delivered to only one receiver. Multiple receivers may connect to a
queue, but each message in the queue may only be consumed by one of the queue’s
receivers.
Вѓ The queue delivers messages to consumers in the order that they were placed in the
queue by the message server. As messages are consumed, they are removed form
the “front of the line”.
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Вѓ Receivers and senders can be added dynamically at runtime, allowing the system to
grow as needed.
Figure 22 Point to Point
Point to Point (One to One)
Potential Receiver
Sender
Queue
Potential Receiver
Java Point-to-Point Sender
import javax.jms.*;
import com.seebeyond.jms.client.STCQueueConnectionFactory;
class Sender {
public static void main(String args[]) {
String hostName = "localhost";
int port = 24053;
try
{
System.out.println("-h(ost) host-name -p(ort) port-number");
for (int i = 0; i < args.length; i++)
{
if (args[i].startsWith("-h") || args[i].startsWith("-host"))
hostName = args[++i];
else if (args[i].startsWith("-p") || args[i].startsWith("port"))
port = Integer.parseInt(args[++i]);
}
}
catch(Exception e)
{
System.out.println("Error in arguments");
System.exit(1);
}
String queueName = "P2PSample";
QueueConnectionFactory qcf = null;
QueueConnection queueConnection = null;
QueueSession queueSession = null;
Queue queue = null;
QueueSender queueSender = null;
TextMessage message = null;
final int MAX_MESSAGE_SIZE = 60;
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System.out.println("pub queue name is " + queueName);
/*
* Create connection.
* Create session from connection; true means session is
* transacted.
* Create sender and text message.
* Send messages, varying text slightly.
* Finally, close connection.
*/
try {
qcf = new STCQueueConnectionFactory(hostName, port);
queueConnection = qcf.createQueueConnection();
queueConnection.start();
queueSession = queueConnection.createQueueSession(true,
Session.AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
queue = queueSession.createQueue(queueName);
queueSender = queueSession.createSender(queue);
message = queueSession.createTextMessage();
String s = new String("This is message ");
message.setText(s);
try {
System.out.println("... Sending message: " +
s);
queueSender.send(message);
queueSession.commit();
}
catch (Exception exx) {
exx.printStackTrace();
}
}
catch (JMSException e) {
System.out.println("Exception occurred: " + e.getMessage());
}
finally {
if(queueConnection != null) {
try {
System.out.println("... Closing connection ...");
queueConnection.close();
}
catch (JMSException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
}
}
}
}
}
Java Point-to-Point Receiver
import
import
import
import
javax.jms.*;
java.io.InputStreamReader;
java.io.IOException;
com.seebeyond.jms.client.STCQueueConnectionFactory;
public class Receiver {
public static void main(String args[]) {
String hostName = "localhost";
int port = 24053;
try
{
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System.out.println("-h(ost) host-name -p(ort) port-number");
for (int i = 0; i < args.length; i++)
{
if (args[i].startsWith("-h") || args[i].startsWith("-host"))
hostName = args[++i];
else if (args[i].startsWith("-p") || args[i].startsWith("port"))
port = Integer.parseInt(args[++i]);
}
}
catch(Exception e)
{
System.out.println("Error in arguments");
System.exit(1);
}
String queueName = "eGateP2PSample";
QueueConnectionFactory qcf = null;
QueueConnection queueConnection = null;
QueueSession queueSession = null;
Queue queue = null;
QueueReceiver queueReceiver = null;
TextMessage message = null;
InputStreamReader inputStreamReader = null;
final Object syncObject = new Object();
char answer = '\0';
System.out.println("Queue name is " + queueName);
/*
* Create connection.
* Create session from connection; true means session is
* transacted.
* Create receiver.
* Register message listener (TextListener).
* Receive text messages from queue.
* When all messages have been received, enter Q to quit.
* Close connection.
*/
try {
qcf = new STCQueueConnectionFactory(hostName, port);
queueConnection = qcf.createQueueConnection();
queueConnection.start();
queueSession = queueConnection.createQueueSession(true,
Session.AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
queue = queueSession.createQueue(queueName);
queueReceiver = queueSession.createReceiver(queue);
/*
* Inner anonymous class that implements onMessage method
* of MessageListener interface.
*
*/
queueReceiver.setMessageListener(new MessageListener(){
public void onMessage(Message message) {
STCTextMessage msg = null;
final int MAX_MESSAGE_SIZE = 60;
try {
if (message instanceof TextMessage) {
msg = (STCTextMessage) message;
System.out.println("... Reading message: " +
msg.getText());
}
else {
System.out.println("Message of wrong type: " +
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message.getClass().getName());
}
synchronized(syncObject)
{
syncObject.wait();
}
}
catch (InterruptedException ie)
{
}
catch (Exception e) {
System.out.println("JMSException in onMessage(): "
+ e.toString());
}
catch (Throwable te) {
System.out.println("Exception in onMessage():" +
te.getMessage());
}
}
});
queueSession.commit();
System.out.println("-----To receive again, enter R or r, then
<return>");
System.out.println("-----To end program, enter Q or q, then
<return>");
inputStreamReader = new InputStreamReader(System.in);
while (!((answer == 'q') || (answer == 'Q'))) {
try {
answer = (char)inputStreamReader.read();
if (answer == 'r' || answer == 'R')
{
synchronized(syncObject)
{
syncObject.notifyAll();
}
}
}
catch (IOException e) {
System.out.println("I/O exception: " + e.toString());
}
}
}
catch (JMSException e) {
System.out.println("Exception occurred: " + e.toString());
System.exit(1);
}
finally {
if (queueConnection != null) {
try {
System.out.println("... Closing connection ...");
queueSession.commit();
queueConnection.close();
}
catch (JMSException e) {}
}
}
}
}
COM VB Point-to-Point
Option Explicit
Dim QueueConnectionFactory As New QueueConnectionFactory
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Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
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queueConnection As queueConnection
queueSession As queueSession
queue, queue2 As queue
queuesender As queuesender
queuereceiver, queuereceiver2 As queuereceiver
MessagePublished As BytesMessage
MessageReceived As TextMessage
length As Integer
Private Sub Form_Load()
' You should replace the host name and port number with the actual values
QueueConnectionFactory.HostName = "localhost"
QueueConnectionFactory.Port = 24053
' Create a queue Connection
Set queueConnection = QueueConnectionFactory.CreateQueueConnection()
' Create a queue session
Set queueSession = queueConnection.CreateQueueSession(True,
msAutoAcknowledge)
' Start the session
queueConnection.Start
' Create a queue
Set queue = queueSession.CreateQueue(txtQueueName)
' Create a queue sender
Set queuesender = queueSession.CreateSender(queue)
' This is for the reply
Set queue2 = queueSession.CreateQueue("eGate" & txtQueueName)
' Create a queue receiver
Set queuereceiver2 = queueSession.CreateReceiver(queue2)
End Sub
Private Sub cmdSend_Click()
' Create a bytes message
Set MessagePublished = queueSession.CreateBytesMessage
MessagePublished.ClearBody
length = Len(txtPublished.Text)
MessagePublished.WriteBytes txtPublished.Text
' Send this message
queuesender.Send MessagePublished
' Commit this message
queueSession.Commit
End Sub
Private Sub cmdReceive_Click()
' Receive the message
Set MessageReceived = queuereceiver2.ReceiveNoWait
If MessageReceived Is Nothing Then
txtReceived = "No Message Received"
Else
' Commit this message
queueSession.Commit
Dim data As Variant
txtReceived.Text = MessageReceived.Text
End If
End Sub
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The Request-Reply Model
JMS provides the JMSReplyTo message header field for specifying the destination to
which the reply to a message is to be sent. The JMSCorrelationID header field of the
reply can be used to reference the original request. Temporary queues and topics can be
used as unique destinations for replies. It can be implemented so that one message
yields one reply, or one message yields many replies.
Figure 21 below illustrates a basic Request-Reply schema.
Figure 23 The Request-Reply Schema
Request Reply (One to Many)
Subscriber
Publisher
Topic/Queue
Subscriber
1 A request is received by the JMS Connection, which is controlled by the JMS IQ
Manager, the JMSReplyTo property is read into the internally directed by the
Collaboration.
2 e*Gate reads in the request from SampleTopicRequestor, and appends a message to
the end of the message for verification’s sake.
3 The SeeBeyond JMS IQ Manager sends the message to a Temporary Topic via the
JMS Connection.
4 The reply subscriber receives the message.
5 When the Message Service users disconnect, the temporary topic is destroyed.
The scenario discussed above need not be configured exactly in this manner. This is just
an example that demonstrates a possible scenario.
Java Request-Reply
The code sample below illustrates the following steps:
1 Create the connection.
2 Create the session from connection (true indicates that the session is transacted).
3 Create the topic/queue and byte or text message.
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4 Send messages, varying the bytes or text if desired.
5 When all messages have been sent, close the connection.
Java TopicRequestor
import
import
import
import
javax.jms.*;
com.seebeyond.jms.client.STCTopicRequestor;
com.seebeyond.jms.client.STCTopicConnectionFactory;
java.io.*;
class SampleTopicRequestor
implements ExceptionListener
{
/**
* Main fuction create TopicRequestor and reply Subscriber.
* Send reqeust message and wait for reply message.
*/
public static void main(String args[])
{
SampleTopicRequestor listener = new SampleTopicRequestor();
TopicConnectionFactory factory;
TopicConnection requestConnection;
String filename = null;
File thisFile = null;
String topicName = "TopicRequestorSample";
String messageToSend = "SampleMessage";
char[] myCharMessage = null;
int fileLength = 0;
BufferedReader stream = null;
boolean output = true;
String host = "localhost";
int port = 24053;
byte[] bytesFromEgate= new byte[64];
String byteArrayStr = "";
String usage = "Usage: java SampleTopicRequestor [-f/-m file/message] " +
"[-topic topic] [-host host] [-port port] " +
"[-help] [-output true/false]";
String help = usage + "\n\n" +
"-f <file name>\n" +
"-m <message: default SampleMessage>\n" +
"-topic <topic name: default TopicRequestor>\n" +
"-host <host name where ms server is running: default
localhost>\n" +
"-port <port where ms server is running: default 24053>\n" +
"-output <display output message or not: default true>\n" +
"-help <this screen>\n";
for(int i = 0; i < args.length; i++) {
if( args[i].equals("-f") ) {
filename = args[++i];
thisFile = new File(filename);
if( thisFile.canRead() ) {
try {
fileLength = (int) thisFile.length();
myCharMessage = new char[fileLength + 1];
stream = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(new
FileInputStream(filename)));
stream.read(myCharMessage, 0, fileLength);
messageToSend = new String( myCharMessage );
}
catch( IOException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
}
}
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}
else if( args[i].equals("-m") )
messageToSend = args[++i];
else if ( args[i].equals("-topic") )
topicName = args[++i];
else if ( args[i].equals("-host") )
host = args[++i];
else if( args[i].equals("-port") )
port = Integer.parseInt(args[++i]);
else if( args[i].equals("-output") )
output = Boolean.getBoolean(args[++i]);
else if( args[i].equals("-help") ) {
System.out.println(help);
System.exit(0);
}
else {
System.out.println(usage);
System.exit(1);
}
}
try
{
// Create TopicConnection
factory = new STCTopicConnectionFactory(host,port);
requestConnection = factory.createTopicConnection();
requestConnection.start();
// Set the ExceptionListener
requestConnection.setExceptionListener(listener);
// Create TopicSession
TopicSession topicSession = requestConnection.createTopicSession
(false,
Session.AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
// Create Topic
Topic topic = topicSession.createTopic(topicName);
// Create TopicRequestor
STCTopicRequestor requestor = new STCTopicRequestor
(topicSession,topic);
// Create TextMessage
TextMessage textMessage = topicSession.createTextMessage();
textMessage.setText(messageToSend);
TextMessage replyTextMessage = (TextMessage)
requestor.request(textMessage);
if( output )
System.out.println("... Got message: " + replyTextMessage.getText());
System.out.println("... SampleTopicRequestor finished.");
requestConnection.close();
}
catch(JMSException je)
{
je.printStackTrace();
}
}
public void onException(JMSException e)
{
e.printStackTrace();
}
}
Java QueueRequestor
import javax.jms.*;
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import com.seebeyond.jms.client.STCQueueRequestor;
import com.seebeyond.jms.client.STCQueueConnectionFactory;
import java.io.*;
class SampleQueueRequestor
implements ExceptionListener
{
/**
* Main function create QueueRequestor and reply Subscriber.
* Send reqeust message and wait for reply message.
*/
public static void main(String args[])
{
SampleQueueRequestor listener = new SampleQueueRequestor();
QueueConnectionFactory factory;
QueueConnection requestConnection;
String filename = null;
File thisFile = null;
String queueName = "QueueRequestorSample";
String messageToSend = "SampleMessage";
char[] myCharMessage = null;
int fileLength = 0;
BufferedReader stream = null;
boolean output = true;
String host = "localhost";
int port = 24053;
byte[] bytesFromEgate= new byte[64];
String byteArrayStr = "";
String usage = "Usage: java SampleQueueRequestor [-f/-m file/
message] " +
"[-queue queue] [-host host] [-port port]" +
"[-help] [-output true/false]";
String help = usage + "\n\n" +
"-f <file name>\n" +
"-m <message: default SampleMessage>\n" +
"-queue <queue name: default QueueRequestor>\n" +
"-host <host name where ms server is running: default
localhost>\n" +
"-port <port where ms server is running: default
24053>\n" +
"-output <display output message or not: default
true>\n" +
"-help <this screen>\n";
for(int i = 0; i < args.length; i++) {
if( args[i].equals("-f") ) {
filename = args[++i];
thisFile = new File(filename);
if( thisFile.canRead() ) {
try {
fileLength = (int) thisFile.length();
myCharMessage = new char[fileLength + 1];
stream = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(new
FileInputStream(filename)));
stream.read(myCharMessage, 0, fileLength);
messageToSend = new String( myCharMessage );
}
catch( IOException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
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}
}
else if( args[i].equals("-m") )
messageToSend = args[++i];
else if ( args[i].equals("-queue") )
queueName = args[++i];
else if ( args[i].equals("-host") )
host = args[++i];
else if( args[i].equals("-port") )
port = Integer.parseInt(args[++i]);
else if( args[i].equals("-output") )
output = Boolean.getBoolean(args[++i]);
else if( args[i].equals("-help") ) {
System.out.println(help);
System.exit(0);
}
else {
System.out.println(usage);
System.exit(1);
}
}
try
{
// Create QueueConnection
factory = new STCQueueConnectionFactory(host,port);
requestConnection = factory.createQueueConnection();
requestConnection.start();
// Set the ExceptionListener
requestConnection.setExceptionListener(listener);
// Create QueueSession
QueueSession queueSession = requestConnection.createQueueSession
(false,
Session.AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
// Create Queue
Queue queue = queueSession.createQueue(queueName);
// Create QueueRequestor
STCQueueRequestor requestor = new STCQueueRequestor
(queueSession,queue);
// Create TextMessage
TextMessage textMessage = queueSession.createTextMessage();
textMessage.setText(messageToSend);
TextMessage replyTextMessage = (TextMessage)
requestor.request(textMessage);
if( output )
System.out.println("... Got message: " +
replyTextMessage.getText());
System.out.println("... SampleQueueRequestor finished.");
requestConnection.close();
}
catch(JMSException je)
{
je.printStackTrace();
}
}
public void onException(JMSException e)
{
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e.printStackTrace();
System.exit(1);
}
}
COM VB TopicRequestor
Option Explicit
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
topicConnectionFactory As New topicConnectionFactory
topicConnection As topicConnection
topicSession As topicSession
topic As topic
topicRequestor As New topicRequestor
MessagePublished As TextMessage
MessageReceived As TextMessage
Private Sub Form_Load()
' You should replace the host name and port number with the actual values
topicConnectionFactory.HostName = "localhost"
topicConnectionFactory.Port = 24053
' Create a topic connection
Set topicConnection = topicConnectionFactory.CreateTopicConnection()
' Create a topic session
Set topicSession = topicConnection.CreateTopicSession(False,
msAutoAcknowledge)
' Start the session
topicConnection.Start
End Sub
Private Sub cmdStart_Click()
cmdStart.Enabled = False
' Create a topic
Set topic = topicSession.CreateTopic(txtTopicName)
' Create a topic requestor
topicRequestor.Create topicSession, topic
' Create a text message
Set MessagePublished =
topicSession.CreateTextMessage(txtPublished.Text)
' Request a message
Set MessageReceived = topicRequestor.Request(MessagePublished)
txtReceived = MessageReceived.Text
cmdStart.Enabled = True
End Sub
COM VB QueueRequestor
Option Explicit
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
queueConnectionFactory As New queueConnectionFactory
queueConnection As queueConnection
queueSession As queueSession
queue As queue
queueRequestor As New queueRequestor
MessagePublished As TextMessage
MessageReceived As TextMessage
Private Sub Form_Load()
' You should replace the host name and port number with the actual
' values
queueConnectionFactory.HostName = "localhost"
queueConnectionFactory.Port = 24053
' Create a queue connection
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Set queueConnection =
queueConnectionFactory.CreateQueueConnection()
' Create a queue session
Set queueSession = queueConnection.CreateQueueSession(False,
msAutoAcknowledge)
' Start the session
queueConnection.Start
End Sub
Private Sub cmdStart_Click()
' Create a queue
cmdStart.Enabled = False
Set queue = queueSession.CreateQueue(txtQueueName)
' Create a text message
Set MessagePublished =
queueSession.CreateTextMessage(txtPublished.Text)
' Create a queue requestor
queueRequestor.Create queueSession, queue
' Request a message
Set MessageReceived = queueRequestor.Request(MessagePublished)
txtReceived = MessageReceived.Text
cmdStart.Enabled = True
End Sub
4.2.4.
JNDI
To use JNDI in your programs, you need to set up its compilation and execution
environments. The following are the JNDI packages:
Вѓ javax.naming: Provides the classes and interfaces for accessing naming services.
ВЉ Context: Represents a naming context, which consists of a set of name-to-
object bindings.
ВЉ Name: Represents a generic name for an ordered sequence of components.
ВЉ NameParser: Used for parsing names from a hierarchical namespace.
ВЉ NamingEnumeration: Used for enumerating lists returned by methods in the
javax.naming and javax.naming.directory packages.
ВЉ Referenceable: Implemented by an object that provides a Reference to itself.
ВЊ BinaryRefAddr: Binary form of the address for a communications end-
point
ВЊ Binding: Name/Object binding found as found in a context.
ВЊ CompositeName: Composite name, as a sequence of names spanning
multiple name spaces.
ВЊ CompoundName: Compound name, as a name contained in a name space.
ВЊ InitialContext: Starting context for performing naming operations.
ВЊ LinkRef: A reference whose contents is a link name, which is bound to the
atomic name in a context.
ВЊ NameClassPair: Object name and class name pair as found in a context.
ВЊ RefAddr: Address of a communications end-point.
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ВЊ Reference: Reference to an object as found in the naming/directory
system.
ВЊ StringRefAddr: String for of the address for a communications end-point.
Вѓ javax.naming.directory: Extends the javax.naming package to provide
functionality for accessing directory services.
ВЉ Attribute:Represents an attribute associated with a named object.
ВЉ Attributes: Represents a collection of attributes.
ВЉ DirContext: Directory service interface, contains the methods for examining
and updating attributes associated with objects, and for searching the directory.
ВЊ BasicAttribute: Class provides basic implementation of Attribute
interface.
ВЊ BasicAttributes: Class provides a basic implementation of the
Attributes interface.
ВЊ InitialDirContext: Class is the starting context for performing
directory operations.
ВЊ ModificationItem: Class represents a modification item.
ВЊ SearchControls: Class encapsulates factors that determine the scope of
the search, along with the returns from that search.
ВЊ SearchResult: Class represents an item in the NamingEnumeration
returned as a result of the DirContext.search() methods.
Вѓ javax.naming.event: Provides support for event notification when accessing
naming and directory services.
ВЉ EventContext: Contains the methods for registering/de registering listeners
to be notified of events fired, when objects named in a context change.
ВЉ EventDirContext: Contains methods for registering listeners to be notified of
events fired when objects named in a directory context change.
ВЉ NamespaceChangeListener: The root of listener interfaces that handle
NamingEvents.
ВЉ NamingListener: The root of listener interfaces that handle NamingEvents.
ВЉ ObjectChangeListener: Specifies the method that a listener of a
NamingEvent with event type of OBJECT_CHANGED must implement.
ВЊ NamingEvent: Class represents an event fired by a naming/directory
service.
ВЊ NamingExceptionEvent: Class represents an event fired when the
procedures/processes are used to collect information from listeners of
NamingEvents that throw a NamingException.
Вѓ javax.naming.ldap:Provides support for LDAPv3 extended operations and
controls.
ВЉ Control: Represents an LDAPv3 control as defined in RFC2251
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ВЉ ExtendedRequest: Represents an LDAPv3 extended operation request as
defined in RFC2251
ВЉ HasControls: Used for returning controls with objects returned in
NamingEnumerations.
ВЉ LdapContext: Represents a context in which you can perform operations with
LDAPv3-style controls and perform LDAPv3-style extended operations.
ВЉ UnsolicitedNotification: Represents an unsolicited notification as
defined in RFC2251
ВЉ UnsolicitedNotificationListener: Handles
UnsolicitedNotificationEvent.
ВЊ ControlFactory: An abstract class that represents a factory for creating
LDAPv3 controls.
ВЊ InitialLdapContext: The class is the starting context for performing
LDAPv3 style extended operations and controls.
ВЊ StartTlsRequest: The class implements the LDAPv3 Extended Request
for StartTLS as defined in Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (v3): Extension
for Transport Layer Security.
ВЊ StartTlsResponse: The class implements the LDAPv3 Extended
Response for StartTLS as defined in Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (v3):
Extension for Transport Layer Security.
ВЊ UnsolicitedNotificationEvent: This class represents an event fired
in response to an unsolicited notification sent by the LDAP server.
Вѓ javax.naming.spi:Provides the means for dynamic plug-in to naming and
directory services via javax.naming and related packages.
To compile programs that use JNDI, access to JNDI classes are required. If you are using
Java 2 SDK v1.3 or higher, the JNDI classes are already included, and no further action
is required. If you are using an older version of the Java SDK, then you need to
download the JNDI classes from the JNDI Web site
(http://java.sun.com/products/jndi/).
At runtime, you will also require access to the classes for any service providers that
your program uses. The Java 2 Runtime Environment (JRE) v1.3 already includes the
JNDI classes and service providers for LDAP, COS naming, and the RMI registry. If you
are using some other service Providers, then you need to download and install the
associated archive files in the classpath, JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/ext directory, where
JAVA_HOME is the directory containing the JRE (http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/).
If you are not using JNDI as an installed extension or are using the JRE v1.1, then copy
the JNDI and service provider archive files to their permanent location and add that
location to your classpath. You can do that by a setting the CLASSPATH variable to
include the absolute filenames of the archive files.
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Initial Context
Before performing any operation on a naming or directory service, an initial context
must be acquired, providing a starting point into the name space. All methods used to
access naming and directory services are performed relative to some context. To obtain
an initial context, perform the following:
1 Select the service provider of the corresponding service to which to access.
Specify the service provider to use for the initial context by creating a set of
environment properties (a Hash table) and adding the name of the service
provider class to it.
2 Specify any configuration required by the initial context.
Different clients might require various information for contacting the desired
directory. For example, the machine upon which the server is running, and the user
identity, might be required. This information is passed to the service provider via
environment properties. Consult your service provider documentation for more
information.
3 Call the InitialContext constructor (http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/docs/api/
javax/naming/InitialContext.html#constructor_detail).
The environment properties, previously created are passed to the
InitialContext constructor. A reference to a Context object is now available to
access the naming service. To perform directory operations, InitialDirContext is
used.
Naming Operations
JNDI can be used to perform various naming operations. The most common operation
are:
Вѓ Looking up an object
Вѓ Listing the contents of a context
Вѓ Adding, overwriting, and removing a binding
Вѓ Renaming an object
Вѓ Creating and destroying subcontexts
Looking Up an Object
In the following JNDI sample code, the naming operation lookup(). The name of the
object to be “looked up” is passed in, relative to the current context, and the object is
retrieved. JMS provider implementations of administered objects should be both
javax.jndi.Referenceable and java.io.Serializable so that they can be
stored in all JNDI naming contexts.
JNDI Samples
This sample requires edits be made to generic information. See the code samples below
in bold typeface.
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To run, you need to set up the classpath to include the file system service provider
classes (fscontext.jar and providerutil.jar). (Samples can be downloaded
from http://java.sun.com/products/jndi/tutorial/getStarted/examples/naming.html).
For this example the following was used, and should be modified to suit your needs:
C:\temp>set CLASSPATH=
%CLASSPATH%;
C:\jndi\fscontext1_2beta3\lib\fscontext.jar;
C:\jndi\fscontext1_2beta3\lib\providerutil.jar
Each of the following samples requires the following imports:
import
import
import
import
javax.jms.*;
javax.naming.*;
com.seebeyond.jms.client.*;
java.util.Properties;
A sample class is declared:
public class queuereply
{
public static void main( String[] args )
{
try {
The definition of JNDI properties is made here, but could also be
made using jndi.properties file:
// JNDI parameters - you will probably use jndi.properties with values
//specific to your own JNDI provider.
//
Properties env = new Properties();
env.put(Context.INITIAL_CONTEXT_FACTORY,
"com.sun.jndi.fscontext.RefFSContextFactory");
env.put(Context.PROVIDER_URL, "file:/tmp/tutorial");
Context jndi = new InitialContext(env);
QueueConnectionFactory Sample
In addition to the above, the following is included in the QueueConnectionFactory
sample:
// Instantiate a SeeBeyond QueueConnectionFactory object and bind to
// JNDI
STCQueueConnectionFactory qcf = new
STCQueueConnectionFactory("myhostname", 24056);
try {
jndi.bind("QueueConnectionFactory", (QueueConnectionFactory)
qcf);
}
catch (javax.naming.NameAlreadyBoundException e) {
}
Once the bind has been established, a NameAlreadyBoundException will be
returned if bind is called again. rebind is used to overwrite the binding.
// Lookup the object in JNDI, and print some info for verification
Object obj = jndi.lookup("QueueConnectionFactory");
qcf = (STCQueueConnectionFactory) obj;
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System.out.println ("Looked up QueueConnectionFactory host:"
+ qcf.getHost());
System.out.println ("Looked up QueueConnectionFactory port:"
+ qcf.getPort());
Queue Sample
In addition to the above, the following is included in the Queue sample:
// Instantiate a SeeBeyond Queue object and bind to JNDI
STCQueue que = new STCQueue("AccountsPayableQueue");
try {
jndi.bind("APQueue", (Queue) que);
}
catch (javax.naming.NameAlreadyBoundException e) {
}
// Lookup the object in JNDI, and print some info for verification
obj = jndi.lookup("APQueue");
String s = new String(obj.getClass().getName());
System.out.println ("APQueue class:"+s);
TopicConnectionFactory Sample
In addition to the above, the following is included in the TopicConnectionFactory
sample:
// Instantiate a SeeBeyond TopicConnectionFactory object and bind to
// JNDI
STCTopicConnectionFactory tcf = new
STCTopicConnectionFactory("anotherhost", 24053);
try {
jndi.rebind("TopicConnectionFactory",
(TopicConnectionFactory) tcf);
}
catch (javax.naming.NameAlreadyBoundException e) {
}
// Lookup the object in JNDI, and print some info for verification
obj = jndi.lookup("TopicConnectionFactory");
tcf = (STCTopicConnectionFactory) obj;
System.out.println ("Looked up TopicConnectionFactory host:"
+ tcf.getHost());
System.out.println ("Looked up TopicConnectionFactory port:"
+ tcf.getPort());
Topic Sample
In addition to the above, the following is included in the Topic sample:
// Instantiate a SeeBeyond Topic object and bind to JNDI
STCTopic top = new STCTopic("AccountsPayableTopic");
try {
jndi.bind("APTopic", (Topic) top);
}
catch (javax.naming.NameAlreadyBoundException e) {
}
// Lookup the object in JNDI, and print some info for verification
obj = jndi.lookup("APTopic");
s = new String(obj.getClass().getName());
System.out.println ("APTopic class:"+s);
} catch( Exception e ) {
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e.printStackTrace();
}
}
}
At this point the retrieved objects can now communicate with the SeeBeyond Message
Service and e*Gate.
4.2.5.
The Message Selector
A message selector allows a client to specify, via the message header, those messages in
which the client is interested. Only messages for which the headers and properties
match the selector are delivered. The semantics of not delivered differ depending on the
MessageConsumer implemented. Message selectors cannot reference message body
values.
The message selector matches a message, provided the selector evaluates to “true”,
when the message’s header field and the property values are substituted for the
corresponding identifiers within the selector.
For more information about Message Selection, see chapter 3.8, Message Selection, of the
Java Message Service Version 1.0.2.b available at:
http://java.sun.com/products/jms/docs.html
Message Selector Syntax
A message selector is defined as a String, wherein the syntax is composed, according to
a subset of the SQL92* conditional expression syntax. If the value of a message selector
is provided as an empty string, the value is treated as “null” and indicates that there is
no message selector for the message consumer.
The order of evaluation for message selectors is from left to right within precedence
level. Parentheses can be used to change this order. Predefined selector literals and
operator names are written here in upper case; however, they are case-insensitive.
Identifiers
An identifier is that part of the expression that provides the information by which to
make the comparison. For example, the identifiers in the following expression are Age,
Weight, and LName:
Age < 35 AND Weight >= 110.00 and LName = `Jones’
Identifiers can be any application-defined, JMS-defined, or provider-specific property,
or one of several JMS headers. Identifiers must match the property or JMS header name
exactly (they are also case sensitive).
The following JMS headers can be used as identifiers:
Вѓ JMSDeliveryMode
Вѓ JMSPriority
Вѓ JMSMessageID
Вѓ JMSTimestamp
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Вѓ JMSCorrelationID
Вѓ JMSType
The following JMS headers cannot be used as identifiers because their corresponding
values are Destination objects, whose underlying value is proprietary, and therefore
undefined:
Вѓ JMSDestination
Вѓ JMSReplyTo
The JMSRedelivered value may be changed during delivery. For example, if a consumer
uses a message selector where “JMSRedelivered = FALSE”, and there was a failure
delivering a message, the JMSRedelivered flag might be set to TRUE. JMSExpiration is
not supported as an identifier, because JMS providers may choose to implement this
value in different manners. (Some may store it with the message, while others calculate
it as needed.)
Literals
Expression values that are hard-coded into the message selector are referred to as
literals. In the message selector shown here, 35, 110.00, and ’Jones’ are all literals:
Age < 35 AND Weight >= 110.00 AND LName = ’Jones’
String literals are enclosed in single quotes. An apostrophe or single quote can be
included in a String literal by using two single quotes. For example: O’’Leary’’s
Numeric literals are expressed using exact numerical (+35, 30, -450), approximate
numerical with decimal (-22.33, 110.00, +8.0), or scientific (-7E4) notation.
Declaring a Message Selector
When a consumer is created to implement a message selector, the JMS provider must
validate that the selector statement is syntactically correct. If the selector is not correct,
the javax.jms.InvalidSelectorException is thrown.
protected void writeMessage(String text) throws JMSException{
TextMessage message = session.createTextMessage();
message.setText(text);
message.setStringProperty(“username”,username);
publisher.publish(message);
}
JMS clients would then use that property to filter messages. Message selectors are
declared when the message consumer is created:
TopicSubscriber subscriber =
session.createSubscriber(xTopic, “username <> ’John’ “, false);
The message selector (“username <> ’John’ “) tells the message server to deliver to the
consumer only those messages that do NOT have the username property equal to
’John’.
Java Message Selector Publisher
import javax.jms.*;
import com.seebeyond.jms.client.STCTopicConnectionFactory;
import com.seebeyond.jms.util.*;
public class SelectorPublisher
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{
private
private
private
private
static
static
static
static
final
final
final
final
String HOST = "localhost";
int PORT = 24053;
String PROP_NAME = "property";
String TOPIC_NAME = "Selector";
public static void main(String[] args)
throws Exception
{
String hostName = HOST;
int port = PORT;
try
{
System.out.println("-h(ost) host-name -p(ort) port-number");
for (int i = 0; i < args.length; i++)
{
if (args[i].startsWith("-h") || args[i].startsWith("-host"))
hostName = args[++i];
else if (args[i].startsWith("-p") || args[i].startsWith("port"))
port = Integer.parseInt(args[++i]);
}
}
catch(Exception e)
{
System.out.println("Error in arguments");
System.exit(1);
}
try
{
TopicConnectionFactory factory = new
STCTopicConnectionFactory(hostName, port);
TopicConnection conn = factory.createTopicConnection();
conn.start();
TopicSession topicSession = conn.createTopicSession(true,
Session.AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
// create temporary queue
Topic topic = topicSession.createTopic(TOPIC_NAME);
// create sender
TopicPublisher publisher = topicSession.createPublisher(topic);
publisher.setDeliveryMode(DeliveryMode.PERSISTENT);
// put messages on queue
for(int ii=0; ii<10 ;ii++)
{
TextMessage msg = topicSession.createTextMessage();
int index = ii%10;
msg.setStringProperty(PROP_NAME, ""+index);
msg.setText("This is message body.");
publisher.publish(msg);
System.out.println("... Published 1 message with
"+PROP_NAME+" = "+ii);
}
topicSession.commit();
conn.close();
} catch(Exception ex)
{
ex.printStackTrace();
System.exit(1);
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}
}
Java Message Selector Subscriber
import javax.jms.*;
import com.seebeyond.jms.client.STCTopicConnectionFactory;
import com.seebeyond.jms.util.*;
public class SelectorSubscriber
{
private
private
private
private
static
static
static
static
final
final
final
final
String HOST = "localhost";
int PORT = 24053;
String PROP_NAME = "property";
String TOPIC_NAME = "eGateSelector";
public static void main(String[] args)
throws Exception
{
String hostName = HOST;
int port = PORT;
int selector = 7;
try
{
System.out.println("-h(ost) host-name -p(ort) port-number s(elector) property-value-from-0-to-9");
for (int i = 0; i < args.length; i++)
{
if (args[i].startsWith("-h") || args[i].startsWith("-host"))
hostName = args[++i];
else if (args[i].startsWith("-p") || args[i].startsWith("port"))
port = Integer.parseInt(args[++i]);
else if (args[i].startsWith("-s") || args[i].startsWith("selector"))
selector = Integer.parseInt(args[++i]);
}
}
catch(Exception e)
{
System.out.println("Error in arguments");
System.exit(1);
}
try
{
TopicConnectionFactory factory = new
STCTopicConnectionFactory(hostName, port);
TopicConnection conn = factory.createTopicConnection();
conn.start();
TopicSession topicSession = conn.createTopicSession(true,
Session.AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
// create temporary queue
Topic topic = topicSession.createTopic(TOPIC_NAME);
// create subscriber
String selectorString = PROP_NAME+" = '"+selector+"'";
TopicSubscriber subscriber =
topicSession.createDurableSubscriber(topic,
"SelectorSubscriber"+selector, selectorString, false);
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System.out.println("selector: " +
subscriber.getMessageSelector());
// receive message
for (Message msg = subscriber.receive();
msg != null;
msg = subscriber.receive(1000))
{
System.out.println("... Received 1 message with "+ PROP_NAME
+ " = " + msg.getStringProperty(PROP_NAME));
}
topicSession.commit();
subscriber.close();
topicSession.unsubscribe("SelectorSubscriber"+selector);
conn.close();
}
catch(Exception ex)
{
ex.printStackTrace();
System.exit(1);
}
}
}
COM VB Message Selector
Option Explicit
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
MessageSelector As String
topicConnectionFactory As New topicConnectionFactory
topicConnection As topicConnection
topicSession As topicSession
topic As topic
Publisher As TopicPublisher
subscriber As TopicSubscriber
MessagePublished As TextMessage
MessageReceived As TextMessage
Private Sub Form_Load()
' You should replace the host name and port number with the actual values
topicConnectionFactory.HostName = "localhost"
topicConnectionFactory.Port = 24053
' Create a topic connection
Set topicConnection = topicConnectionFactory.CreateTopicConnection()
' Create a session
Set topicSession = topicConnection.CreateTopicSession(True,
msAutoAcknowledge)
' Start the session
topicConnection.Start
' Create a topic
Set topic = topicSession.CreateTopic(txtTopicName)
' Create a publisher
Set Publisher = topicSession.CreatePublisher(topic)
' Set message selector
MessageSelector = "Name = 'John'"
' Create a subscriber with the message selector
Set subscriber = topicSession.CreateSubscriber(topic, MessageSelector)
End Sub
Private Sub cmdPublish_Click()
' Create a text message
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Set MessagePublished =
topicSession.CreateTextMessage(txtPublished.Text)
If chkMessageSelector Then
' Set the corresponding user property in the message, and subscriber
' should receive this message because it matches the message selector
MessagePublished.SetProperty "Name", "John"
End If
' Otherwise, don't set the user property in this message, and subscriber
' should not receive this message
' Publish this message
Publisher.Publish MessagePublished
' Commit this message
topicSession.Commit
End Sub
Private Sub cmdReceive_Click()
' Receive the message
Set MessageReceived = subscriber.ReceiveNoWait
If MessageReceived Is Nothing Then
txtReceived = "No Message Received"
Else
' Commit this message
topicSession.Commit
txtReceived = MessageReceived.Text
End If
End Sub
4.2.6.
XA Sample
XA compliance is achieved when cooperating software systems contain sufficient logic
to ensure that the transfer of a single unit of data between those systems is neither lost
nor duplicated because of a failure condition in one or more of the cooperating systems.
e*Gate 4.5 and later satisfies this requirement via utilization of the XA Protocol, from
the X/Open Consortium.
For more information on XA, see the e*Gate Integrator User’s Guide.
Java XA Publisher
import
import
import
import
import
java.io.InputStreamReader;
javax.jms.*;
javax.transaction.xa.*;
com.seebeyond.jms.client.STCXATopicConnectionFactory;
com.seebeyond.jms.util.XidImpl;
class XAPublisher {
public static void main(String args[]) {
String hostName = "localhost";
int port = 24053;
try
{
System.out.println("-h(ost) host-name -p(ort) port-number");
for (int i = 0; i < args.length; i++)
{
if (args[i].startsWith("-h") || args[i].startsWith("-host"))
hostName = args[++i];
else if (args[i].startsWith("-p") || args[i].startsWith("port"))
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port = Integer.parseInt(args[++i]);
}
}
catch(Exception e)
{
System.out.println("Error in arguments");
System.exit(1);
}
String topicName = "XAPubSubSample";
XATopicConnectionFactory tcf = null;
XATopicConnection topicConnection = null;
XATopicSession xaTopicSession = null;
XAResource resource = null;
TopicSession topicSession = null;
Topic topic = null;
TopicPublisher topicPublisher = null;
TextMessage message = null;
final int MAX_MESSAGE_SIZE = 60;
InputStreamReader inputStreamReader = null;
char answer = '\0';
System.out.println("pub topic name is " + topicName);
/*
* Create connection.
* Create session from connection; true means session is
* transacted.
* Create publisher and text message.
* Send messages, varying text slightly.
* Finally, close connection.
*/
try {
tcf = new STCXATopicConnectionFactory(hostName, port);
topicConnection = tcf.createXATopicConnection();
topicConnection.start();
xaTopicSession = topicConnection.createXATopicSession();
resource = xaTopicSession.getXAResource();
topicSession = xaTopicSession.getTopicSession();
topic = topicSession.createTopic(topicName);
topicPublisher = topicSession.createPublisher(topic);
Xid xid = new XidImpl();
byte[] mydata = new byte[MAX_MESSAGE_SIZE];
message = topicSession.createTextMessage();
String s = new String("This is message ");
message.setText(s);
inputStreamReader = new InputStreamReader(System.in);
try {
System.out.println("... XAResource start");
resource.start(xid, XAResource.TMNOFLAGS);
System.out.println("... Publishing message: " +
s);
topicPublisher.publish(message);
System.out.println("... XAResource end");
resource.end(xid, XAResource.TMSUCCESS);
System.out.println("XAResource prepare ....");
resource.prepare(xid);
System.out.println("C or c to commit and R or r to
rollback");
while (true)
{
answer = (char) inputStreamReader.read();
if (answer == 'c' || answer == 'C')
{
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System.out.println("... XAResource commit");
resource.commit(xid, false);
break;
}
else if (answer == 'r' || answer == 'R')
{
System.out.println("... XAResource rollback");
resource.rollback(xid);
break;
}
}
}
catch (Exception exx) {
exx.printStackTrace();
}
}
catch (JMSException e) {
System.out.println("Exception occurred: " + e.getMessage());
}
finally {
if(topicConnection != null) {
try {
System.out.println("... Closing connection");
topicConnection.close();
}
catch (JMSException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
}
}
}
}
}
Java XA Subscriber
import
import
import
import
import
import
import
java.io.InputStreamReader;
java.io.IOException;
java.io.BufferedReader;
javax.jms.*;
javax.transaction.xa.*;
com.seebeyond.jms.client.STCXATopicConnectionFactory;
com.seebeyond.jms.util.XidImpl;
public class XASubscriber {
public static void main(String args[]) {
String hostName = "localhost";
int port = 24053;
try
{
System.out.println("-h(ost) host-name -p(ort) port-number");
for (int i = 0; i < args.length; i++)
{
if (args[i].startsWith("-h") || args[i].startsWith("-host"))
hostName = args[++i];
else if (args[i].startsWith("-p") || args[i].startsWith("port"))
port = Integer.parseInt(args[++i]);
}
}
catch(Exception e)
{
System.out.println("Error in arguments");
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System.exit(1);
}
String topicName = "eGateXAPubSubSample";
XATopicConnectionFactory tcf = null;
XATopicConnection topicConnection = null;
XATopicSession xaTopicSession = null;
XAResource resource = null;
TopicSession topicSession = null;
Topic topic = null;
TopicSubscriber topicSubscriber = null;
TextMessage message = null;
Xid xid = null;
InputStreamReader inputStreamReader = null;
char answer = '\0';
System.out.println("Topic name is " + topicName);
/*
* Create connection.
* Create session from connection; true means session is
* transacted.
* Create subscriber.
* Register message listener (TextListener).
* Receive text messages from topic.
* When all messages have been received, enter Q to quit.
* Close connection.
*/
try {
tcf = new STCXATopicConnectionFactory(hostName, port);
topicConnection = tcf.createXATopicConnection();
topicConnection.start();
xaTopicSession = topicConnection.createXATopicSession();
resource = xaTopicSession.getXAResource();
topicSession = xaTopicSession.getTopicSession();
topic = topicSession.createTopic(topicName);
xid = new XidImpl();
System.out.println("... XAResource start");
resource.start(xid, XAResource.TMNOFLAGS);
topicSubscriber = topicSession.createSubscriber(topic);
/*
* Inner anonymous class that implements onMessage method
* of MessageListener interface.
*
*/
topicSubscriber.setMessageListener(new MessageListener(){
public void onMessage(Message message) {
TextMessage msg = null;
try {
if (message instanceof TextMessage) {
msg = (TextMessage) message;
System.out.println("... Reading message: " +
msg.getText());
}
else {
System.out.println("Message of wrong type: " +
message.getClass().getName());
}
}
catch (Exception e) {
System.out.println("JMSException in onMessage(): "
+ e.toString());
}
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catch (Throwable te) {
System.out.println("Exception in onMessage():" +
te.getMessage());
}
}
});
BufferedReader reader = new BufferedReader(new
InputStreamReader(System.in));
while (!((answer == 'q') || (answer == 'Q'))) {
try {
System.out.println("C or c to commit and R or r to
rollback after prepare");
answer = (char)reader.readLine().charAt(0);
System.out.println("... XAResource end");
resource.end(xid, XAResource.TMSUCCESS);
System.out.println("... XAResource prepare");
resource.prepare(xid);
if (answer == 'c' || answer == 'C')
{
System.out.println("... XAResource commit");
resource.commit(xid, false);
}
else
{
System.out.println("... XAResource rollback");
resource.rollback(xid);
}
System.out.println("... XAResource start");
resource.start(xid, XAResource.TMNOFLAGS);
System.out.println("To end program, enter Q or q, then
<return>. To continue receive, enter r or R");
answer = (char)reader.readLine().charAt(0);
}
catch (IOException e) {
System.out.println("I/O exception: " + e.toString());
}
}
}
catch (Exception e) {
System.out.println("Exception occurred: " + e.toString());
System.exit(1);
}
finally {
if (topicConnection != null && resource != null && xid != null) {
try {
System.out.println("... XAResource end");
resource.end(xid, XAResource.TMSUCCESS);
System.out.println("... XAResource prepare");
resource.prepare(xid);
System.out.println("... XAResource commit");
resource.commit(xid, false);
System.out.println("... Closing connection");
topicConnection.close();
}
catch (Exception e) {}
}
}
}
}
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COM VB XA Sample
Option Explicit
Dim TopicObj As TopicTask
Dim QueueObj As QueueTask
Private Sub cmdPublish_Click()
If chkTopic Then
PublishTopic
Else
SendQueue
End If
End Sub
Private Sub cmdReceive_Click()
If chkTopic Then
ReceiveTopic
Else
ReceiveQueue
End If
End Sub
Private Sub PublishTopic()
Set TopicObj = New TopicTask
TopicObj.Send txtDestination, txtPublished, chkCommit
End Sub
Private Sub ReceiveTopic()
Dim msg As String
Set TopicObj = New TopicTask
TopicObj.Receive txtDestination, msg, chkCommit
If chkCommit Then
txtReceived = msg
Else
txtReceived = "Aborted"
End If
End Sub
Private Sub SendQueue()
Set QueueObj = New QueueTask
QueueObj.Send txtDestination, txtPublished, chkCommit
End Sub
Private Sub ReceiveQueue()
Dim msg As String
Set QueueObj = New QueueTask
QueueObj.Receive txtDestination, msg, chkCommit
If chkCommit Then
txtReceived = msg
Else
txtReceived = "Aborted"
End If
End Sub
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The Compensating Resource Manager
Creating a SQL Server Database
The samples provided are designed using an SQL Server Database.
1 Create a SQL Server database, using the name “CRM” for the purpose of testing the
samples.
2 Create a table, using the name “Messages”.
3 Create two columns in the table, “UID” and “Message”.
4 From Settings->ControlPanel->AdministrativeTools->DataSources, Add an SQL
Database source.
Figure 24 SQL Database Source
5 Provide the name of the data source, a description if desired, and the machine name
on which SQL Server is running.
Important: You will not be able to continue until a successful connection is made.
Figure 25 SQL Datasource
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6 Ensure that the authentication and login settings correspond to Figure 26 below.
Figure 26 Login Settings
7 Select the recently created database as the default from the drop-down list, as
shown in Figure 27 below. Click Next to continue.
Figure 27 Default SQL Server Database
8 Click Finish.
Configuring the Compensating Resource Manager (CRM)
When planning your CRM implementation, you cannot assume that the same instance
of the CRM Compensator that processes the set of method calls in the prepare phase
will process the method calls in the commit phase. If one of the clients attempts to
commit a transaction, and someone inadvertently disconnects the power source during
the commit phase, the prepare method calls will not be repeated during recovery, and
the Compensator receives a set of abort or commit method calls.
Both the CRM Worker and Compensator are COM+ components and they must be
configured using the Windows 2000 Component Services Explorer function properly.
The CRM Worker and CRM Compensator must be installed into the same COM+
application that was completed above. (See “Configuring the Compensating Resource
Manager (CRM)” on page 104 for more information.)
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Note: You must create the “CRM” database before attempting to use any sample code. See
“Creating a SQL Server Database” on page 103 for more information.
For this section, two sample files will be used, the samples can be found on the
Installation CD under Samples\jmsapi\com
CRMTest.vdb
CRMTest.dll
1 Open CRMTest.vdp. Four files open in the project. Follow the comments in the code
to modify the sample to your system requirements. The comments appear in bold
typeface in the code samples that follow.
InsertMessage.cls
Option Explicit
Sub Add(message As String, commit As Boolean)
On Error GoTo errHandler
Dim ObjCtx As ObjectContext
Set ObjCtx = GetObjectContext()
If ObjCtx Is Nothing Then
MsgBox "Application is not running in COM+"
Exit Sub
End If
' Before start this CRM sample dll, you should create a database
' called "crm", and create a table named "Messages" with two
' columns, one column is "ID", and the other one is "Message"
' You can replace the following steps to use another resource manager
' i.e., the Oracle DBMS
Dim adoPrimaryRS As Recordset
Dim db As ADODB.Connection
Set db = New ADODB.Connection
db.CursorLocation = adUseClient
' Create a data source name
db.Open "PROVIDER=MSDASQL;dsn=CRM;uid=sa;pwd=sa;"
Set adoPrimaryRS = New ADODB.Recordset
adoPrimaryRS.Open "select Message from Messages", db, adOpenStatic,
adLockOptimistic
adoPrimaryRS.AddNew "Message", message
db.Close
Set db = Nothing
Set adoPrimaryRS = Nothing
If Not commit Then
ObjCtx.SetAbort
Err.Raise vbObjectError + 1024, , "Instruction to Abort the
Transaction"
End If
Exit Sub
errHandler:
ObjCtx.SetAbort
Err.Raise Err
End Sub
TwoTasks.cls
Option Explicit
' In this CRM sample, there are two tasks that must either both succeed
' or both abort
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' The TopicTask is to send a message to the JMS server
Dim topicObj As TopicTask
' The InsertMessage task is to insert a message into a SQL table
Dim MessageObj As InsertMessage
Sub Send(topicName As String, msg As String, commit As Boolean)
On Error GoTo errHandler
Dim ObjCtx As ObjectContext
Set ObjCtx = GetObjectContext()
Set topicObj = New TopicTask
Set MessageObj = New InsertMessage
' First task is to send a message to the JMS server
topicObj.Send topicName, msg, True
' Second task is to add this message into the "Messages" table
MessageObj.Add msg, True
If Not commit Then
ObjCtx.SetAbort
Err.Raise vbObjectError + 1024, , "Instruction to Abort the
Transaction"
End If
Exit Sub
errHandler:
ObjCtx.SetAbort
Err.Raise Err
End Sub
Sub Receive(topicName As String, msg As String, commit As Boolean)
On Error GoTo errHandler
Dim ObjCtx As ObjectContext
Set ObjCtx = GetObjectContext()
If ObjCtx Is Nothing Then
MsgBox "Application is not running in COM+"
Exit Sub
End If
Set topicObj = New TopicTask
' Receive a message
topicObj.Receive topicName, msg, True
If Not commit Then
ObjCtx.SetAbort
Err.Raise vbObjectError + 1024, , "Instruction to Abort the
Transaction"
End If
Exit Sub
errHandler:
ObjCtx.SetAbort
Err.Raise Err
End Sub
TopicTask.cls
Option Explicit
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
XATopicConnectionFactory As XATopicConnectionFactory
XATopicConnection As XATopicConnection
XATopicSession As XATopicSession
TopicSession As TopicSession
Topic As Topic
subscriber As TopicSubscriber
Publisher As TopicPublisher
MessagePublished As TextMessage
MessageReceived As TextMessage
Sub Send(topicName As String, msg As String, commit As Boolean)
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On Error GoTo errHandler
Dim ObjCtx As ObjectContext
Set ObjCtx = GetObjectContext()
If ObjCtx Is Nothing Then
MsgBox "Application is not running in COM+"
Exit Sub
End If
' Create a XA topic connection factory
Set XATopicConnectionFactory = New XATopicConnectionFactory
' You should replace the host name and port number with the actual values
XATopicConnectionFactory.HostName = "localhost"
XATopicConnectionFactory.Port = 24053
' Create a XA topic connection
Set XATopicConnection =
XATopicConnectionFactory.CreateXATopicConnection()
' Create a XA topic session
Set XATopicSession = XATopicConnection.CreateXATopicSession()
Set TopicSession = XATopicSession.TopicSession
' Create a topic
Set Topic = TopicSession.CreateTopic(topicName)
' Start the XA topic session
XATopicConnection.Start
' Create a publisher
Set Publisher = TopicSession.CreatePublisher(Topic)
' Create a text message
Set MessagePublished = TopicSession.CreateTextMessage(msg)
' Publish the message
Publisher.Publish MessagePublished
If Not commit Then
ObjCtx.SetAbort
Err.Raise vbObjectError + 1024, , "Instruction to Abort the
Transaction"
End If
Exit Sub
errHandler:
ObjCtx.SetAbort
Err.Raise Err
End Sub
Sub Receive(topicName As String, msg As String, commit As Boolean)
On Error GoTo errHandler
Dim ObjCtx As ObjectContext
Set ObjCtx = GetObjectContext()
If ObjCtx Is Nothing Then
MsgBox "Application is not running in COM+"
Exit Sub
End If
' Create a XA topic connection factory
Set XATopicConnectionFactory = New XATopicConnectionFactory
' You should replace the host name and port number with the actual values
XATopicConnectionFactory.HostName = "localhost"
XATopicConnectionFactory.Port = 24053
' Create a XA topic connection
Set XATopicConnection =
XATopicConnectionFactory.CreateXATopicConnection()
' Create a XA topic session
Set XATopicSession = XATopicConnection.CreateXATopicSession()
Set TopicSession = XATopicSession.TopicSession
' Create a topic
Set Topic = TopicSession.CreateTopic(topicName)
' Start the XA topic session
XATopicConnection.Start
' Create a subscriber
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Set subscriber = TopicSession.CreateDurableSubscriber(Topic,
"TopicSubscriber")
' receive a message
Set MessageReceived = subscriber.ReceiveNoWait
If MessageReceived Is Nothing Then
msg = "No Message Received"
Else
msg = MessageReceived.Text
End If
If Not commit Then
ObjCtx.SetAbort
Err.Raise vbObjectError + 1024, , "Instruction to Abort the
Transaction"
End If
Exit Sub
errHandler:
ObjCtx.SetAbort
Err.Raise Err
End Sub
QueueTasks.cls
Option Explicit
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
Dim
XAQueueConnectionFactory As XAQueueConnectionFactory
XAQueueConnection As XAQueueConnection
XAQueueSession As XAQueueSession
QueueSession As QueueSession
Queue As Queue
QueueReceiver As QueueReceiver
QueueSender As QueueSender
MessagePublished As TextMessage
MessageReceived As TextMessage
Sub Send(QueueName As String, msg As String, commit As Boolean)
On Error GoTo errHandler
Dim ObjCtx As ObjectContext
Set ObjCtx = GetObjectContext()
If ObjCtx Is Nothing Then
MsgBox "Application is not running in COM+"
Exit Sub
End If
' Create a XA queue connection factory
Set XAQueueConnectionFactory = New XAQueueConnectionFactory
' You should replace the host name and port number with the actual values
XAQueueConnectionFactory.HostName = "localhost"
XAQueueConnectionFactory.Port = 24053
' Create a XA queue connection
Set XAQueueConnection =
XAQueueConnectionFactory.CreateXAQueueConnection()
' Create a XA queue session
Set XAQueueSession = XAQueueConnection.CreateXAQueueSession()
Set QueueSession = XAQueueSession.QueueSession
' Create a queue
Set Queue = QueueSession.CreateQueue(QueueName)
' Start the XA queue session
XAQueueConnection.Start
' Create a queue sender
Set QueueSender = QueueSession.CreateSender(Queue)
' Create a text message
Set MessagePublished = QueueSession.CreateTextMessage(msg)
' Send a message
QueueSender.Send MessagePublished
If Not commit Then
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ObjCtx.SetAbort
Err.Raise vbObjectError + 1024, , "Instruction to Abort the
Transaction"
End If
Exit Sub
errHandler:
ObjCtx.SetAbort
Err.Raise Err
End Sub
Sub Receive(QueueName As String, msg As String, commit As Boolean)
On Error GoTo errHandler
Dim ObjCtx As ObjectContext
Set ObjCtx = GetObjectContext()
If ObjCtx Is Nothing Then
MsgBox "Application is not running in COM+"
Exit Sub
End If
' Create a XA Queue connection factory
Set XAQueueConnectionFactory = New XAQueueConnectionFactory
' You should replace the host name and port number with the actual values
XAQueueConnectionFactory.HostName = "localhost"
XAQueueConnectionFactory.Port = 24053
' Create a XA queue connection
Set XAQueueConnection =
XAQueueConnectionFactory.CreateXAQueueConnection()
' Create a XA queue session
Set XAQueueSession = XAQueueConnection.CreateXAQueueSession()
Set QueueSession = XAQueueSession.QueueSession
' Create a queue
Set Queue = QueueSession.CreateQueue(QueueName)
' Start the XA queue session
XAQueueConnection.Start
' Create a queue receiver
Set QueueReceiver = QueueSession.CreateReceiver(Queue)
' Receive a message
Set MessageReceived = QueueReceiver.ReceiveNoWait
If MessageReceived Is Nothing Then
msg = "No Message Received"
Else
msg = MessageReceived.Text
End If
If Not commit Then
ObjCtx.SetAbort
Err.Raise vbObjectError + 1024, , "Instruction to Abort the
Transaction"
End If
Exit Sub
errHandler:
ObjCtx.SetAbort
Err.Raise Err
End Sub
2 Copy client.exe (located in the CRM sample folder) to the machine upon which the
external code is to run.
3 Register CRMTest.dll by performing the following:
From the command prompt of the external system, register the file CRMTest.dll into
the Windows 2000 registry by doing the following:
regsvr32 your_path_location\stc_mscom.dll
4 From the following location:
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Settings->Control Panel->Administrative Tools->Component Services
Expand the Component Services folder. Right click on Com+ Applications.
Select New->Application. The COM Application Install Wizard opens. Click Next
to continue.
5 Enter a CRM_TEST as the name of the new application. (Any name could be used.)
Select Library application as the Application Type.
Figure 28 CRM_TEST Application
6 Click Next to continue, and then click Finish.
7 Expand the CRM_TEST component, right- click the Components folder, and then
click New Component. The COM Component Install Wizard opens. Click Next to
continue.
8 Click Install New Component(s). Browse to the location of the recently compiled
CRMTest.dll. Click Open. Accept the remainder of the default settings.
4.3
Sample Schema Implementation
The sample schema implementation is available in the samples\jmsapi directory of the
product media. You can import this schema to Schema Designer either when you
initially log in, or when you are already running an active session.
To import the schema upon logging in
1 Enter values for Server, Login ID, and Password, and then click Log In.
2 In the Open Schema on Registry Host dialog box, click New.
3 In the New Schema dialog box, select Create from export, and then click Find.
4 In the Import from File dialog box, navigate to samples\jmsapi directory, select
jmsdemo.zip, click Open, enter your name for the schema, and then click Open.
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To import the sample schema during an active session
1 From the Schema Designer, on the File menu, click New Schema (Ctrl+N).
2 In the New Schema dialog box, select Create from export, and then click Find.
3 In the Import from File dialog box, navigate to samples\jmsapi directory, select
jmsdemo.zip, click Open, enter your name for the schema, and then click Open.
4.3.1.
e*Gate Sample JMS Schema Overview
The schema is designed to be combined with the code samples provided to separate
paradigm behavior into individual e*Ways.
Figure 29 JMS Sample Schema Schema Designer View
The e*Gate schema created to perform with the above code sample contains the
following:
Вѓ SeeBeyond JMS IQ Manager
Вѓ Event Types
Вѓ Event Type Definition
Вѓ JMS e*Way Connections
Вѓ Java Collaboration Rules
Вѓ Multi-Mode e*Ways
Вѓ File e*Ways
Вѓ Java Collaborations
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SeeBeyond JMS IQ Manager
The IQ Manager defaults to the SeeBeyond JMS IQ Manager. For more information see
the SeeBeyond JMS Intelligent Queue User’s Guide.
Event Type
When creating the Event Type, the name of the Event must correspond to the Topic or
Queue being used in the code sample. For the samples provided, a Topics or Queues are
created for each of the demonstration. The number of Event Types created is dependant
on the number of desired Topics or Queues to be used.
Event Type Definition
For the sample, no specific ETDs have been created, a single node .xsc (root.xsc) has
been used. Whether or not you require a specific ETD will depend completely on the
parsing intended. For more information on creating ETDs, see the e*Gate Integrator
User’s Guide.
JMS e*Way Connections
In the sample schema provided, e*Way Connections are created to communicate with
the external system, and configured. It is important to set the Connection Type (Topic or
Queue), the expected Output Message Type (bytes or text), and ensure that both values
correspond in the code. The additional parameters values are left to default (in the
sample). For more information on configuring JMS e*Way Connections see the JMS
Intelligent Queue User’s Guide.
Java Collaboration Rules
In the sample schema, a Collaboration, and a separate Java Collaboration Rule are
created for each sample e*Way.
Note: The read and write method calls must correspond to the expected data types. For
example, if the Message Type is set for byte, the corresponding methods would be one
of the readByte and writeByte methods.
For jmsRequestReply, the Java Service is selected.
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Figure 30 jmsRequestReply
For the Collaboration Mapping, the Instance Names “In” and “Out” are designated
respectively. The root.xsc ETD is assigned to both. The trigger is set for the inbound
instance, while Manual Publish is set for the outbound. Return to the General Tab, and
select New for the Collaboration Rule. The Collaboration Editor opens showing the
Source Event as the created “In” instance, with the “Out” instance as the Destination
Event.
Create a rule below the retBoolean variable. To enable the “Reply” functionality, add
the following line in the Rule dialog box:
String topic = getin().readProperty("JMSReplyTo");
This line obtains the readProperty (“JMSReplyTo”) from the inbound TopicRequestor,
providing a “return address”.
The additional functionality was added:
getout().setField1(jCollabController.getModuleName()+":"+(++msgCounte
r)+":" + getin().getField1());
getoutFile().setField1(jCollabController.getModuleName()+":"+msgCount
er+":" + getin().getField1());
if( topic != null )
getout().send(topic);
The sample provides one scenario. The Collaboration Rule appears below:
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Figure 31 ReplyCollab Rule
Compile, Save and Promote to run time.
Multi-Mode e*Way
The Multi-Mode e*Way (replier and outEway), along with the e*Way Connection,
provides connectivity to the external system via the SeeBeyond JMS IQ Manager.
The executable required is stceway.exe. For more information about configuring the
Multi-Mode e*Way, see the Standard e*Way Intelligent Adapter User’s Guide.
Java Collaboration
Associated with the e*Way, the Collaboration designates the functionality as defined in
the Collaboration Rule with the e*Way. The Collaboration displays the Event Type and
Source for both the Subscription(s) and Publication(s). It is very important that these
values be set according to the expected behavior. In the sample, the Collaboration,
TopicRepliereWay appears below:
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Figure 32 TopicRepliereWay Collaboration
By selecting the jmsRequestReply Collaboration Rule, the Instance Names, Event Types
the Source and the Destination for both the Subscription and Publication (as related to
the Collaboration), the schema is now ready to execute.
Figure 33 e*Way Connection
4.3.2.
Executing the Schema
From the command line, start the Control Broker by entering the following:
stccb.exe -rh <host> -rs <schema_name> -un Administrator -up STC
-ln localhost_cb
At this point the schema will auto-start all the components. The external code provided
must be compiled and run, making sure that the host name and port number point to
the Participating Host on which the JMS IQ Manager is running.
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Section 4.4
Implementing JMS Models in C
Implementing JMS Models in C
This section discusses how to use the JMS C APIs and their wrappers in C to exchange
data with an e*Gate system.
4.4.1.
Wrapper Functions for C
For C, the API Kit supplies a set of JMS wrapper functions. The purpose of this layer is
to help developers focus on the programming task rather than on the details of JMS.
Thus, while the wrapper functions are sufficient for most applications, they do not
provide a complete function set; for details on the complete C API, see “The C API for
SeeBeyond JMS” on page 346.
At this higher level of abstraction, you need only manage a few types of structures:
ƒ Session—Characterized by a hostname, port number, session type (either a pub/
sub “topic session” or a point-to-point “queue session”), and connection parameters
such as acknowledgment mode, transaction mode, delivery mode, and client ID.
ƒ Destination—Either a topic (for pub/sub messaging) or else a queue (for point-to-
point messaging). Characterized by session and destination name.
ƒ Message Producer—Either a topic publisher or a queue sender. Characterized by
session and destination.
ƒ Message Consumer—Either a topic subscriber or a queue receiver. Characterized
by session and destination (and, in pub/sub messaging only, by the name of the
durable subscriber, if designated).
ƒ Requestor—In request/reply messaging, either a topic requestor or a queue
requestor. Characterized by session, destination, message, and time-to-live value
expressed in milliseconds.
ƒ Message—Characterized by the message type and payload. The payload is also
called the message body, or message content:
ВЉ For messages of type BytesMessage, the payload is an array of bytes.
ВЉ For messages of type TextMessage, the payload is a string of text characters. .
For each of these structures, the wrapper provides the equivalent of a constructor
(CrtObj or OpnObj) and a destructor (CloseObj or DltObj). The other wrapper functions
allow you to write/read/send/receive messages, to set up request/reply messaging,
and to commit a transacted session.
The wrapper functions use parameters err and errBuf to handle error codes and error
message text; see “Differences Between Java and C in Error Handling” on page 447.
4.5
Sample Code for Using JMS in C
From the Samples directory located on the e*Gate installation CD-ROM, navigate to the
jmsapi folder. Select the C folder and extract the sample files from this folder to the
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computer that you have installed the e*Gate API Kit on. The samples were built using
Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0.
For the JMS API in C, the following sample programs are provided on the product CDROM:
Вѓ Publish/Subscribe Messaging Using C on page 117
Вѓ Queue Messaging (Sending/Receiving) Using C on page 122
Вѓ Request-Reply Messaging Using C on page 127
Вѓ Message Selector Using C on page 131
ƒ “Publish/Subscribe Messaging Using XA in C” on page 136
Note: For multi byte data processing on non-English operating systems, use the following
method to set your locale leaving the double quote blank. This will allow the
program to pick up your system’s default locale setting.
setlocale(LC_CTYPE,””);
4.5.1.
Publish/Subscribe Messaging Using C
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*-------------------------------------------------------------------* Sample code to demonstrate JMS Pub/Sub Messaging.
*--------------------------------------------------------------------*
* Disclaimer:
*
* Copyright 2002 by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation.
* All Rights Reserved.
*
Unless otherwise stipulated in a written agreement for this
* software, duly executed by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation, this
* software is provided as is without warranty of any kind. The
* entire risk as to the results and performance of this software
* is assumed by the user.SeeBeyond Technology Corporation disclaims
* all warranties, either express or implied, including but not
* limited, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a
* particular purpose, title and non-infringement, with respect to
* this software.
*
* -----------------------------------------------------------------*/
#include "mscapi.h"
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#ifndef WIN32
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#if defined(WIN32)
#include "sbyn_getopt.h"
#endif
#if defined(OS400)
extern char *optarg;
#endif
#if defined(__gnu__)
#include <getopt.h>
#endif
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(39) char
optionProducer[] = "[ -u ] [ -p port ]
(40)
[ -h hostname ]";
(41) char
optionConsumer[] = "[ -c ] [ -p port ]
(42)
[ -h hostname ]";
(43) char
optdescription[] = "\t-u
run as a
(44)
producer\n\t-c run as a consumer\n\t-p
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port number\n\t-h
hostname\n";
(46) static char
localHost[] = "localhost";
(47) static unsigned short
susPort = 24053; /* default port number */
(48) unsigned long
sulMessageSize = 16; /* default host name */
(49) static char*
spHostName;
(50) static void
subscriber();
(51) static void
publisher();
(52)
(53) /* Check for errors. */
(54) static void check_error(int err, char* errBuf, int exitnow)
(55) {
(56)
if (err){
(57)
printf("ERROR:0x%x - %s\n", err, errBuf);
(58)
if (exitnow)
(59)
exit(1);
(60)
}
(61) }
(62)
(63) int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
(64)
int
c;
(65)
char
cOption = 0;
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(67)
spHostName = localHost;
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while((c = getopt(argc, argv, ":p:h:P:H:cCUu")) != -1) {
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switch(c){
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case 'p':
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case 'P':
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susPort = atoi(optarg); /* setup the port number */
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break;
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case 'h':
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case 'H':
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spHostName = optarg;
/* setup the hostname */
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break;
(79)
case 'U':
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case 'u':
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cOption = 'u';
/* run as a producer */
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break;
(83)
case 'c':
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case 'C':
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cOption = 'c';
/* run as a consumer */
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break;
(87)
case ':':
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case '?':
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
(94)
break;
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}
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}
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if (cOption == 'u'){
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publisher();
/* invoke producer */
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} else if (cOption == 'c'){
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subscriber();
/* invoke consumer */
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} else {
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
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}
(109) }
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(112) /*
(113) * =========================================================
(114) * Topic Publisher
(115) * This routine demonstrates how to publish to a topic.
(116) * =========================================================
(117) */
(118) static void publisher() {
(119)
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
pTopicPublisher;
(120)
SBYN_Session*
pTopicSession;
(121)
SBYN_Destination*
pTopic;
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SBYN_Message*
pTextMessage;
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SBYN_Connection*
pTopicConnection;
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SBYN_TopicConnectionFactory* pTcf;
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int
iErr;
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char
szErrBuf[256];
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char
pBuffer[] = "This is a text message";
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char
pTopicName[] = "PubSubSample";
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int
iMessagePriority = 4;
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long
iTimeToLive = 0;
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/* Create a topic factory. */
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pTcf = CreateTopicConnectionFactory(spHostName, susPort, &iErr,
(134)
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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if(!pTcf) {
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printf("CreateTopicConnectionFactory
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failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n", iErr, szErrBuf);
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exit(2);
(140)
}
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/* Create a topic connection. */
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pTopicConnection = CreateTopicConnection(pTcf,&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Set the client ID. */
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ConnectionSetClientID(pTopicConnection,
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(char*)"TopicTestPublisher", &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Start the connection. */
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ConnectionStart(pTopicConnection,&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Create a topic session. */
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pTopicSession = ConnectionCreateTopicSession (pTopicConnection,
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SBYN_TRANSACTED, SBYN_CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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if(!pTopicSession) {
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printf("CreateTopicSession failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n",
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iErr, szErrBuf);
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exit(2);
(163)
}
(164)
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/* Create a topic. */
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pTopic = SessionCreateTopic(pTopicSession, pTopicName, &iErr,
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szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Create a topic publisher. */
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pTopicPublisher = SessionCreatePublisher(pTopicSession, pTopic,
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&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Create a text message. */
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pTextMessage = SessionCreateTextMessage(pTopicSession, &iErr,
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szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Clear the body (payload) of the message. */
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ClearBody(pTextMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);/* set the mode to r/w */
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Copy in the text to be sent. */
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SetText(pTextMessage, pBuffer, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Set the JMSType of the message to "ASCII". */
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SetJMSType(pTextMessage, (char*)"ASCII",&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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printf("Sending Text Message: %s\n", pBuffer);
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/* Publish the message. */
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TopicPublisherPublish(pTopicPublisher, pTextMessage, &iErr,
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szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Commit the session. */
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SessionCommit(pTopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Close and clean up. */
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TopicPublisherClose(pTopicPublisher, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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SessionClose(pTopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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ConnectionClose(pTopicConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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DeleteMessage(pTextMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteTopicPublisher(pTopicPublisher, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteSession(pTopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteDestination(pTopic, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteConnection(pTopicConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteTopicConnectionFactory(pTcf, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(215) }
(216)
(217)
(218) /*
(219) * =========================================================
(220) * Topic Subscriber
(221) * This routine demonstrates how to subsribe a message from
(222) * a topic.
(223) * =========================================================
(224) */
(225) static void subscriber() {
(226)
SBYN_Session*
pTopicSession;
(227)
SBYN_Destination*
pTopic;
(228)
SBYN_Message*
pReceivedMessage = 0;
(229)
SBYN_TopicSubscriber*
pTopicSubscriber;
(230)
SBYN_Connection*
pTopicConnection;
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SBYN_TopicConnectionFactory* pTcf;
unsigned long
ulMessageSize = 1024;
unsigned long
ulMessageCount = 10;
int
iErr;
char
szErrBuf[256];
char
szUserInput[80];
char
pTopicName[] = "eGatePubSubSample";
/* create a topic connection */
pTcf = CreateTopicConnectionFactory(spHostName, susPort, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
if(!pTcf) {
printf("CreateTopicConnectionFactory
failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n", iErr, szErrBuf);
exit(2);
}
/* create a topic connection */
pTopicConnection = CreateTopicConnection(pTcf,&iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* set client ID */
ConnectionSetClientID(pTopicConnection,
(char*)"TopicTestSubConnection",&iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* start connection */
ConnectionStart(pTopicConnection,&iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* create a topic session */
pTopicSession = ConnectionCreateTopicSession (pTopicConnection,
SBYN_TRANSACTED, SBYN_CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE, &iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
if(!pTopicSession) {
printf("CreateTopicSession failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n",
iErr, szErrBuf);
exit(2);
}
/* create a topic */
pTopic = SessionCreateTopic(pTopicSession, pTopicName, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* create a subscriber */
pTopicSubscriber = SessionCreateDurableSubscriber(pTopicSession,
pTopic, (char*)"TopicTestSubscriber",&iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
printf("Waiting for message ... \n");
do {
/* waiting for incoming messages */
pReceivedMessage = TopicSubscriberReceive(pTopicSubscriber,
&iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
if (pReceivedMessage->type == SBYN_MESSAGE_TYPE_TEXT){
char *pReturnedBuf;
SBYN_WString *pWstr;
char* pMessageType;
/* retrive the JMS message type */
pWstr = GetJMSType(pReceivedMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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pMessageType = WStringToChar(pWstr);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* retrive the text from message */
pReturnedBuf = GetText(pReceivedMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
printf("Received text message (JMSType:%s): %s\n",
pMessageType, pReturnedBuf);
free(pReturnedBuf);
DeleteWString(pWstr);
free((void*)pMessageType);
SessionCommit(pTopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
}
printf("Enter 'r' for receiving more message, 'q' for
exit\n");
scanf("%s", szUserInput);
} while ( szUserInput[0] != 'q' && szUserInput[0] != 'Q' );
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* close subscriber, session ... */
TopicSubscriberClose(pTopicSubscriber, &iErr, szErrBuf);
SessionClose(pTopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
ConnectionClose(pTopicConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
/* delete objects */
DeleteMessage(pReceivedMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
DeleteDestination(pTopic, &iErr, szErrBuf);
DeleteTopicSubscriber(pTopicSubscriber, &iErr, szErrBuf);
DeleteSession(pTopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
DeleteConnection(pTopicConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
DeleteTopicConnectionFactory(pTcf, &iErr, szErrBuf);
Queue Messaging (Sending/Receiving) Using C
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*
Sample code to demonstrate JMS Queue Messaging using C.
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*
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* Disclaimer:
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*
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*
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Unless otherwise stipulated in a written agreement for this software,
duly executed by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation, this software is
provided as is without warranty of any kind. The entire risk as to
the results and performance of this software is assumed by the user.
SeeBeyond Technology Corporation disclaims all warranties, either
express or implied, including but not limited, the implied warranties
of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title and
non-infringement, with respect to this software.
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#include <mscapi.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#ifndef WIN32
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
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#if defined(OS400)
extern char *optarg;
#endif
#if defined(__gnu__)
#include <getopt.h>
#endif
char
char
char
char*
char
static unsigned short
int
char
optionProducer[] = "[ -u ] [ -p port ]
[ -h hostname ]";
optionConsumer[] = "[ -c ] [ -p port ]
[ -h hostname ]";
optdescription[] = "\t-u run as a
producer\n\t-c run as a consumer\n\t-p port
number\n\t-h hostname\n";
spHostName;
localHost[] = "localhost";
susPort = 24053;
iErr;
szErrBuf[256];
/* Routine for checking errors.*/
static void check_error(int err, char* errBuf, int exitnow)
{
if (err){
printf("ERROR:0x%x - %s\n", err, errBuf);
if (exitnow)
exit(1);
}
}
int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
int
c;
char
cOption = 0;
spHostName = localHost;
while((c = getopt(argc, argv, ":p:h:P:H:cCUu")) != -1) {
switch(c){
case 'p':
case 'P':
susPort = atoi(optarg); /* setup the port number */
break;
case 'h':
case 'H':
spHostName = optarg;
/* setup the hostname */
break;
case 'U':
case 'u':
cOption = 'u';
/* run as a producer */
break;
case 'c':
case 'C':
cOption = 'c';
/* run as a consumer */
break;
case ':':
case '?':
printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
printf("%s\n", optdescription);
exit(1);
break;
}
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if (cOption == 'u'){
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sender();/* invoke producer */
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} else if (cOption == 'c'){
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receiver();/* invoke consumer */
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} else {
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
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}
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(110) void receiver(){
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char
pQueueName[] = "eGateP2PSample";
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SBYN_QueueConnectionFactory*
pQcf = NULL;
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SBYN_Connection*
pQueueConnection = NULL;
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SBYN_Session*
pQueueSession = NULL;
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SBYN_Destination*
pQueue = NULL;
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SBYN_QueueReceiver*
pQueueReceiver = NULL;
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SBYN_Message*
pMessage = NULL;
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unsigned int
iBufLen = 0;
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char
szUserInput[80];
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printf("Queue name is %s\n", pQueueName);
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/* Create a queue connection factory */
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pQcf = CreateQueueConnectionFactory(spHostName, susPort, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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if(!pQcf) {
(127) printf("CreateQueueConnectionFactory failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n",
iErr, szErrBuf);
(128) exit(2);
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}
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/* Create a queue connection */
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pQueueConnection = CreateQueueConnection(pQcf,&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Set the client ID */
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ConnectionSetClientID(pQueueConnection, (char*)"RECEIVER", &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Start the connection */
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ConnectionStart(pQueueConnection,&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Create a queue session */
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pQueueSession = ConnectionCreateQueueSession (pQueueConnection,
SBYN_TRANSACTED, SBYN_CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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if(!pQueueSession) {
(147) printf("CreateTopicSession failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n", iErr,
szErrBuf);
(148) exit(2);
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}
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/* Create a queue */
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pQueue = SessionCreateQueue(pQueueSession, pQueueName, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Create a queue receiver */
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pQueueReceiver = SessionCreateReceiver(pQueueSession, pQueue,
&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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do {
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/* Blocking for the message */
(161) pMessage = QueueReceiverReceive(pQueueReceiver, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(162) check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
(163) if (pMessage->type == SBYN_MESSAGE_TYPE_TEXT){
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char *rtbuf;
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rtbuf = GetText(pMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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printf("Received message: %s\n", rtbuf);
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free(rtbuf);
(168) }
(169) printf("Enter 'r' for receiving more message, 'q' for exit\n");
(170) scanf("%s", szUserInput);
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} while ( szUserInput[0] != 'q' && szUserInput[0] != 'Q' );
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/* now close the connections */
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QueueReceiverClose(pQueueReceiver, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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SessionClose(pQueueSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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ConnectionStop(pQueueConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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ConnectionClose(pQueueConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* delete the objects */
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DeleteMessage(pMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteQueueReceiver(pQueueReceiver, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteDestination(pQueue, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteSession(pQueueSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteConnection(pQueueConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteQueueConnectionFactory(pQcf, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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char
pQueueName[] = "P2PSample";
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SBYN_Connection*
pQueueConnection = NULL;
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SBYN_Session*
pQueueSession = NULL;
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SBYN_Destination*
pQueue = NULL;
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SBYN_QueueSender*
pQueueSender = NULL;
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SBYN_Message*
textMessage = NULL;
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const int
MAX_MESSAGE_SIZE = 60;
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char
pBuffer[] = "This is a text message";
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/* Create a queue connection factory */
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pQcf = CreateQueueConnectionFactory(spHostName, susPort, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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if(!pQcf) {
(209) printf("CreateQueueConnectionFactory failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n",
iErr, szErrBuf);
(210) exit(2);
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/* Create a queue connection */
pQueueConnection = CreateQueueConnection(pQcf,&iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* Set the client ID */
ConnectionSetClientID(pQueueConnection, (char*)"SENDER", &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Start the connection */
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ConnectionStart(pQueueConnection,&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Create a queue session */
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pQueueSession = ConnectionCreateQueueSession (pQueueConnection,
SBYN_TRANSACTED, SBYN_CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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if(!pQueueSession) {
(229) printf("CreateTopicSession failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n", iErr,
szErrBuf);
(230) exit(2);
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}
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/* Create a queue */
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pQueue = SessionCreateQueue(pQueueSession, pQueueName, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Create a queue sender */
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pQueueSender = SessionCreateSender(pQueueSession, pQueue, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Create a text message */
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textMessage = SessionCreateTextMessage(pQueueSession, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* set the mode to r/w */
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ClearBody(textMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* put in text */
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SetText(textMessage, pBuffer, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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printf("Sending Message %s\n", pBuffer);
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/* send out the message */
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QueueSenderSend(pQueueSender, textMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* session commit */
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SessionCommit(pQueueSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* now close the connections */
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QueueSenderClose(pQueueSender, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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SessionClose(pQueueSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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ConnectionStop(pQueueConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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ConnectionClose(pQueueConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* delete the objects */
DeleteMessage(textMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
DeleteQueueSender(pQueueSender, &iErr, szErrBuf);
DeleteDestination(pQueue, &iErr, szErrBuf);
DeleteSession(pQueueSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
DeleteConnection(pQueueConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
DeleteQueueConnectionFactory(pQcf, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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* Disclaimer:
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duly executed by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation, this software is
provided as is without warranty of any kind. The entire risk as to
the results and performance of this software is assumed by the user.
SeeBeyond Technology Corporation disclaims all warranties, either
express or implied, including but not limited, the implied warranties
of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title and
non-infringement, with respect to this software.
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*
* -----------------------------------------------------------------*/
#include
#include
#include
#include
"mscapi.h"
<stdlib.h>
<stdio.h>
<string.h>
#ifndef WIN32
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#if defined(WIN32)
#include <sbyn_getopt.h>
#endif
#if defined(OS400)
extern char *optarg;
#endif
#if defined(__gnu__)
#include <getopt.h>
#endif
static void requestor();
/* Routine for checking errors.*/
static void check_error(int err, char* errBuf, int exitnow)
{
if (err){
printf("ERROR:0x%x - %s\n", err, errBuf);
if (exitnow)
exit(1);
}
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(54) char
optionRequestor[] = "[ -r ] [ -p port ]
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[ -h hostname ]";
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optdescription[] = "\t-r run as a
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requestor\n\t-p port number\n\t-h
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hostname\n";
(59) char*
spHostName;
(60) char
localHost[] = "localhost";
(61) static unsigned short
susPort = 24053;
(62) int
iErr;
(63) char
szErrBuf[256];
(64) char
pQueueName[] = "QueueRequestorSample";
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(66) int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
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int
c;
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char
cOption = 0;
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spHostName = localHost;
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while((c = getopt(argc, argv, ":p:h:P:H:rR")) != -1) {
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switch(c){
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case 'p':
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case 'P':
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susPort = atoi(optarg); /* setup the port number */
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break;
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case 'h':
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case 'H':
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spHostName = optarg;
/* setup the hostname */
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break;
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case 'R':
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case 'r':
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cOption = 'r';
/* run as a requestor */
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break;
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case ':':
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case '?':
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionRequestor);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
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}
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}
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if (cOption == 'r'){
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requestor();/* invoke requestor */
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} else {
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionRequestor);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
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}
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(109) * Queue Requestor
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This routine demonstrates how to do request/reply.
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(113) void requestor(){
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SBYN_QueueConnectionFactory *pQcf
= NULL;
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SBYN_Connection *pQueueConnection
= NULL;
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SBYN_Session *pQueueSession
= NULL;
SBYN_Destination *pQueue
= NULL;
SBYN_QueueSender *pQueueSender
= NULL;
SBYN_Message *textMessage
= NULL;
SBYN_Message *pReplyMessage
= NULL;
SBYN_QueueRequestor *pQueueRequestor = 0;
char pBuffer[] = "This is a text message";
/* Create a queue connection factory */
pQcf = CreateQueueConnectionFactory(spHostName, susPort, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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if(!pQcf) {
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printf("CreateQueueConnectionFactory
failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n", iErr, szErrBuf);
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exit(2);
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}
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/* Create a queue connection */
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pQueueConnection = CreateQueueConnection(pQcf,&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Set the client ID */
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ConnectionSetClientID(pQueueConnection, (char*)"REQUESTOR",&iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Start the connection */
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ConnectionStart(pQueueConnection,&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Create a queue session */
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pQueueSession = ConnectionCreateQueueSession (pQueueConnection,
SBYN_NON_TRANSACTED, SBYN_CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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if(!pQueueSession) {
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printf("CreateTopicSession failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n",
iErr, szErrBuf);
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exit(2);
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}
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/* Create a queue */
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pQueue = SessionCreateQueue(pQueueSession, pQueueName, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Create a queue requestor */
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pQueueRequestor = CreateQueueRequestor(pQueueSession,pQueue,
&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Create a text message and make a request */
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textMessage = SessionCreateTextMessage(pQueueSession, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* set the mode to r/w */
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ClearBody(textMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Copy in the text to be sent. */
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SetText(textMessage, pBuffer, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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printf("Sending Message: %s\n", pBuffer);
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/* Set ReplyTo destination */
SetJMSReplyTo(textMessage, pQueue, &iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* Make a request and wait for a reply */
pReplyMessage = QueueRequestorRequestTimeOut(pQueueRequestor,
textMessage, 100000, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Extract the message type */
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if (GetMessageType(pReplyMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf) ==
SBYN_MESSAGE_TYPE_TEXT){
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char *rtbuf;
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rtbuf = GetText(pReplyMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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printf("Received message: %s\n", rtbuf);
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free(rtbuf);
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}
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DeleteMessage(pReplyMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* now close the connections */
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SessionClose(pQueueSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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ConnectionStop(pQueueConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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ConnectionClose(pQueueConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* delete the objects */
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DeleteMessage(textMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteQueueSender(pQueueSender, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteDestination(pQueue, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteSession(pQueueSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteConnection(pQueueConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteQueueConnectionFactory(pQcf, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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SBYN_QueueConnectionFactory* pQcf = NULL;
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SBYN_Connection* pQueueConnection = NULL;
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SBYN_Session* pQueueSession = NULL;
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SBYN_Destination* pQueue = NULL;
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SBYN_Destination* pReplyToQueue = NULL;
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SBYN_QueueReceiver* pQueueReceiver = NULL;
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SBYN_QueueSender* pReplyQueueSender = NULL;
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SBYN_Message *pMessage = NULL;
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char szUserInput[80];
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printf("Queue name is %s\n", pQueueName);
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pQcf = CreateQueueConnectionFactory(spHostName, susPort, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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if(!pQcf) {
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printf("CreateQueueConnectionFactory
failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n", iErr, szErrBuf);
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exit(2);
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}
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pQueueConnection = CreateQueueConnection(pQcf,&iErr, szErrBuf);
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ConnectionSetClientID(pQueueConnection, (char*)"RECEIVER",&iErr,
szErrBuf);
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ConnectionStart(pQueueConnection,&iErr, szErrBuf);
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pQueueSession = ConnectionCreateQueueSession (pQueueConnection,
SBYN_TRANSACTED, SBYN_CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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if(!pQueueSession) {
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printf("CreateTopicSession failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n",
iErr, szErrBuf);
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exit(2);
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}
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pQueue = SessionCreateQueue(pQueueSession, pQueueName, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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pQueueReceiver = SessionCreateReceiver(pQueueSession, pQueue,
&iErr, szErrBuf);
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do {
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pMessage = QueueReceiverReceive(pQueueReceiver, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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if (pMessage->type == SBYN_MESSAGE_TYPE_TEXT){
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char *rtbuf;
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rtbuf = GetText(pMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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printf("Reading message: %s\n", rtbuf);
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free(rtbuf);
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} else {
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printf("Error: Received invalid message format\n");
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}
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pReplyToQueue = GetJMSReplyTo(pMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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pReplyQueueSender = SessionCreateSender(pQueueSession,
pReplyToQueue, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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ClearBody(pMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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SetText(pMessage, (char*)"This is reply message", &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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QueueSenderSend(pReplyQueueSender, pMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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SessionCommit(pQueueSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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printf("Enter 'r' for receiving more message, 'q' for
exit\n");
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scanf("%s", szUserInput);
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} while ( szUserInput[0] != 'q' && szUserInput[0] != 'Q' );
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/* now close the connections */
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QueueReceiverClose(pQueueReceiver, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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SessionClose(pQueueSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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ConnectionStop(pQueueConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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ConnectionClose(pQueueConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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/* delete the objects */
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DeleteMessage(pMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteQueueReceiver(pQueueReceiver, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteDestination(pQueue, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteSession(pQueueSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteConnection(pQueueConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteQueueConnectionFactory(pQcf, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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/* -----------------------------------------------------------------*
Sample code to demonstrate JMS Message Selectors using C.
*
* ------------------------------------------------------------------*
* Disclaimer:
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Copyright 2002 by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation.
All Rights Reserved.
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*
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Unless otherwise stipulated in a written agreement for this software,
duly executed by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation, this software is
provided as is without warranty of any kind. The entire risk as to
the results and performance of this software is assumed by the user.
SeeBeyond Technology Corporation disclaims all warranties, either
express or implied, including but not limited, the implied warranties
of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title and
non-infringement, with respect to this software.
#include
#include
#include
#include
<mscapi.h>
<stdlib.h>
<stdio.h>
<string.h>
#ifndef WIN32
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#if defined(WIN32)
#include <sbyn_getopt.h>
#endif
#if defined(OS400)
extern char *optarg;
#endif
#if defined(__gnu__)
#include <getopt.h>
#endif
char
char
char
static char
static unsigned short
unsigned long
static char*
static char
int
char
optionProducer[] = "[ -u ] [ -p port ]
[ -h hostname ]";
optionConsumer[] = "[ -c ] [ -p port ]
[ -h hostname ]";
optdescription[] = "\t-u run as a
producer\n\t-c run as a consumer\n\t-p
port number\n\t-h hostname\n";
localHost[] = "localhost";
susPort = 24053; /* default port number */
sulMessageSize = 16; /* default host name */
spHostName;
PROP_NAME[] = "property";
iErr;
szErrBuf[256];
static void selector_publisher();
static void selector_subscriber();
/* Check for errors. */
static void check_error(int err, char* errBuf, int exitnow)
{
if (err){
printf("ERROR:0x%x - %s\n", err, errBuf);
if (exitnow)
exit(1);
}
}
int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
int
c;
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char
cOption = 0;
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spHostName = localHost;
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while((c = getopt(argc, argv, ":p:h:P:H:cCUu")) != -1) {
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susPort = atoi(optarg); /* setup the port number */
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case 'h':
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case 'H':
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spHostName = optarg;
/* setup the hostname */
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break;
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case 'U':
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case 'u':
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cOption = 'u';
/* run as a producer */
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break;
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case 'c':
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cOption = 'c';
/* run as a consumer */
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case ':':
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case '?':
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
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exit(1);
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break;
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}
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}
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if (cOption == 'u'){
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selector_publisher();
/* invoke producer */
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} else if (cOption == 'c'){
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selector_subscriber();
/* invoke consumer */
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} else {
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
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}
(117) }
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SBYN_TopicConnectionFactory*
pTcf;
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SBYN_Connection*
pTopicConnection = NULL;
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SBYN_Session*
pTopicSession = NULL;
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SBYN_Destination*
pTopic = NULL;
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SBYN_TopicPublisher*
pTopicPublisher = NULL;
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int
ii;
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SBYN_Message
msglist[10];
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static char
TOPIC_NAME[] = "Selector";
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/* Create a topic factory. */
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pTcf = CreateTopicConnectionFactory(spHostName, susPort, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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if(!pTcf) {
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printf("CreateTopicConnectionFactory
failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n", iErr, szErrBuf);
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exit(2);
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}
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/* Create a topic connection. */
pTopicConnection = CreateTopicConnection(pTcf,&iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* Set the client ID. */
ConnectionSetClientID(pTopicConnection, (char*)"Publisher",&iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Start the connection. */
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ConnectionStart(pTopicConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Create a topic session. */
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pTopicSession = ConnectionCreateTopicSession (pTopicConnection,
SBYN_TRANSACTED, SBYN_CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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if(!pTopicSession) {
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printf("CreateTopicSession failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n",
iErr, szErrBuf);
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exit(2);
(154)
}
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/* Create a topic. */
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pTopic = SessionCreateTopic(pTopicSession, TOPIC_NAME, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Create a topic publisher. */
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pTopicPublisher = SessionCreatePublisher(pTopicSession, pTopic,
&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Set delivery mode as persistent */
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TopicPublisherSetDeliveryMode(pTopicPublisher, SBYN_PERSISTENT,
&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* publish 10 messages to the topic */
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for(ii=0; ii<10 ;ii++){
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int index;
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char buf[80];
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/* Create a text message. */
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msglist[ii].message = SessionCreateTextMessage(pTopicSession,
&iErr, szErrBuf);
(174) /* Clear the body (payload) of the message. */
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ClearBody((SBYN_Message*)msglist[ii].message, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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msglist[ii].type = SBYN_MESSAGE_TYPE_TEXT;
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index = ii%10;
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sprintf(buf, "%d", index);
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/* Set the string property */
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SetStringProperty((SBYN_Message*)msglist[ii].message,
PROP_NAME, buf, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Copy in the text to be sent. */
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SetText((SBYN_Message*)msglist[ii].message, (char*)"This is a
text message", &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Publish the message. */
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TopicPublisherPublish(pTopicPublisher,
(SBYN_Message*)msglist[ii].message, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
printf("... Published 1 message with property %s = %d\n",
PROP_NAME, ii);
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}
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/* Commit the session. */
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SessionCommit(pTopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* close and delete objects */
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TopicPublisherClose(pTopicPublisher, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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SessionClose(pTopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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ConnectionClose(pTopicConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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DeleteTopicPublisher(pTopicPublisher, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteSession(pTopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteConnection(pTopicConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteTopicConnectionFactory(pTcf, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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SBYN_TopicConnectionFactory *pTcf;
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SBYN_Connection *pTopicConnection = 0;
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SBYN_Session *pTopicSession = 0;
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SBYN_Destination *topic = 0;
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SBYN_TopicSubscriber *pTopicSubscriber = 0;
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SBYN_Message *pMessage = 0;
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char selectorString[80];
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char selectorSubscriberName[80];
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int selector = 7;
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char* selectorName;
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static char TOPIC_NAME[] = "eGateSelector";
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/* create a topic connection */
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pTcf = CreateTopicConnectionFactory(spHostName, susPort, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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if(!pTcf) {
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printf("CreateTopicConnectionFactory
failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n", iErr, szErrBuf);
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exit(2);
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}
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/* create a topic connection */
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pTopicConnection = CreateTopicConnection(pTcf,&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* set client ID */
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ConnectionSetClientID(pTopicConnection, (char*)"Publisher", &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* start connection */
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ConnectionStart(pTopicConnection,&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* create a topic session */
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pTopicSession = ConnectionCreateTopicSession (pTopicConnection,
SBYN_TRANSACTED, SBYN_CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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if(!pTopicSession) {
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printf("CreateTopicSession failed\nError:%0X\nReason:%s\n",
iErr, szErrBuf);
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exit(2);
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}
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/* create a topic */
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topic = SessionCreateTopic(pTopicSession, TOPIC_NAME, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* create subscriber with selector*/
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sprintf(selectorString, "%s = '%d'", PROP_NAME, selector);
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selectorString[strlen(selectorString)] = '\0';
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sprintf(selectorSubscriberName, "SelectorSubscriber%d", selector);
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pTopicSubscriber =
SessionCreateDurableSubscriberMessageSelector(pTopicSession, topic,
selectorSubscriberName, selectorString, 0, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Get message using selector */
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selectorName = TopicSubscriberGetMessageSelector(pTopicSubscriber,
&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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printf("using selector: %s\n", selectorName);
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for (pMessage = TopicSubscriberReceive(pTopicSubscriber, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
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pMessage != 0;
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pMessage = TopicSubscriberReceiveTimeOut(pTopicSubscriber,
1000, &iErr, szErrBuf))
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{
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char* property = WStringToChar(GetStringProperty(pMessage,
PROP_NAME, &iErr, szErrBuf));
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printf("Received 1 message with %s = %s\n", PROP_NAME,
property);
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}
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Session commit */
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SessionCommit(pTopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* close and delete objects */
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TopicSubscriberClose(pTopicSubscriber, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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SessionClose(pTopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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ConnectionClose(pTopicConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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DeleteTopicSubscriber(pTopicSubscriber, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteSession(pTopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteConnection(pTopicConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteTopicConnectionFactory(pTcf, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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*-------------------------------------------------------------------* Sample code to demonstrate JMS Pub/Sub using XA.
*--------------------------------------------------------------------*
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#include "mscapi.h"
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#ifndef WIN32
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#if defined(WIN32)
#include "sbyn_getopt.h"
#endif
#if defined(OS400)
extern char *optarg;
#endif
#if defined(__gnu__)
#include <getopt.h>
#endif
char
char
char
static char
static unsigned short
unsigned long
static char*
static int
static char
static int
static char
optionProducer[] = "[ -u ] [ -p port ]
[ -h hostname ]";
optionConsumer[] = "[ -c ] [ -p port ]
[ -h hostname ]";
optdescription[] = "\t-u run as a
producer\n\t-c run as a consumer\n\t-p port
number\n\t-h hostname\n";
localHost[] = "localhost";
susPort = 24053; /* default port number */
sulMessageSize = 16; /* default host name */
spHostName;
iErr;
szErrBuf[256];
iNumMessages = 10;
szText[] = "This is a text message";
static void XATopicPub();
static void XATopicSub();
#define MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME "stc_msclient.dll"
/* Check for errors. */
static void check_error(int err, char* errBuf, int exitnow)
{
if (err){
printf("ERROR:0x%x - %s\n", err, errBuf);
if (exitnow)
exit(1);
}
}
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(73) int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
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int
c;
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char
cOption = 0;
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spHostName = localHost;
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while((c = getopt(argc, argv, ":p:h:P:H:cCUu")) != -1) {
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switch(c){
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case 'p':
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case 'P':
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susPort = atoi(optarg); /* setup the port number */
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break;
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case 'h':
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case 'H':
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spHostName = optarg;
/* setup the hostname */
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break;
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case 'U':
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case 'u':
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cOption = 'u';
/* run as a producer */
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break;
(93)
case 'c':
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case 'C':
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cOption = 'c';
/* run as a consumer */
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break;
(97)
case ':':
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case '?':
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
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break;
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}
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}
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if (cOption == 'u'){
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XATopicPub();
/* invoke producer */
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} else if (cOption == 'c'){
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XATopicSub();
/* invoke consumer */
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} else {
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
(118)
}
(119) }
(120)
(121) /*
(122) * =========================================================
(123) * Publish Message
(124) * This routine publishes iNumMessages to the topic
(125) * =========================================================
(126) */
(127) static void PublishMessage(SBYN_TopicPublisher* pPublisher,
(128) SBYN_Message* pMessage, int iNumMessages)
(129) {
(130)
int ii;
(131)
for ( ii = 0; ii < iNumMessages; ii++){
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SetIntProperty(pMessage, (char*)"Sequence", ii, &iErr,
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szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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printf("Sending Message: Sequence number %d\n", ii);
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TopicPublisherPublish(pPublisher, pMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(137)
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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}
(139) }
(140)
(141)
(142) /*
(143) * =========================================================
(144) * Receive Message
(145) * This routine block on receiving message for maximum iWait
(146) *
seconds before return.
(147) * =========================================================
(148) */
(149) static int SubscriberReceiveMessage(SBYN_TopicSubscriber* pSub)
(150) {
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int iMsgCount = 0;
(152)
SBYN_Message* pRMsg = 0;
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char szUserInput[8];
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printf("Waiting for message ... \n");
(155)
do {
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pRMsg = TopicSubscriberReceive(pSub, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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printf("Received Message %d\n", iMsgCount);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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iMsgCount++;
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if (iMsgCount >= iNumMessages){
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printf("Enter 'r' for receiving more message, 'q' for
(162)
exit\n");
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scanf("%s", szUserInput);
(164)
iMsgCount = 0;
(165)
}
(166)
(167)
} while(szUserInput[0] != 'q' && szUserInput[0] != 'Q');
(168)
return iMsgCount;
(169) }
(170)
(171) /*
(172) * =========================================================
(173) * Topic Publisher
(174) * This routine demonstrates how to publish to a topic.
(175) * =========================================================
(176) */
(177) void XATopicPub()
(178) {
(179)
SBYN_XATopicConnectionFactory* pXATcf = 0;
(180)
SBYN_Connection*
pConnection = 0;
(181)
SBYN_Session*
pXATopicSession = 0;
(182)
SBYN_Session*
pTopicSession = 0;
(183)
SBYN_Destination*
pTopic = 0;
(184)
SBYN_XAResource*
pXATopicResource;
(185)
SBYN_XAResource*
pXATopicResourceTmp;
(186)
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
pTopicPublisher;
(187)
SBYN_Message*
pMessage;
(188)
SBYN_Xid*
pXid;
(189)
char
pTopicName[] = "XAPubSubSample";
(190)
(191)
/* create XA connection factory */
(192)
pXATcf = CreateXATopicConnectionFactory(spHostName, susPort, &iErr,
(193)
szErrBuf);
(194)
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* create XA connection */
(197)
pConnection = CreateXATopicConnection(pXATcf, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(198)
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* set client ID */
ConnectionSetClientID(pConnection, (char*)"eGate{7E527692-770A11D5-B139-935EB6E85DBD}", &iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* create XA session */
pXATopicSession = XAConnectionCreateXATopicSession(pConnection,
&iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* get session */
pTopicSession = XASessionGetTopicSession(pXATopicSession, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* get XA resource */
pXATopicResource = XASessionGetXAResource(pXATopicSession, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* get XA resource */
pXATopicResourceTmp = XASessionGetXAResource(pXATopicSession,
&iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* create a Topic */
pTopic = SessionCreateTopic(pTopicSession, pTopicName, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* create a publisher */
pTopicPublisher = SessionCreatePublisher(pTopicSession, pTopic,
&iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* connection start */
ConnectionStart(pConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* create xa id */
pXid = XACreateXid((char*)MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, &iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* associate the global transaction with the resource */
XAResourceStart(pXATopicResource, pXid, SBYN_TMNOFLAGS, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* create a meesage */
pMessage = SessionCreateTextMessage(pXATopicSession, &iErr,
szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* set mode to r/w */
ClearBody(pMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* write bytes */
SetText(pMessage, (char*)szText, &iErr, szErrBuf);
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
/* publish message */
printf("Sending %d messages\n", iNumMessages);
PublishMessage(pTopicPublisher, pMessage, iNumMessages);
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/* xaEnd */
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XAResourceEnd(pXATopicResource, pXid, SBYN_TMSUCCESS, &iErr,
(267)
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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(270)
/* ===================================================
(271)
* Prepare-Rollback
(272)
* ===================================================
(273)
*/
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/* xaPrepare */
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XAResourcePrepare(pXATopicResource, pXid, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
(277)
(278)
/* xaRollBack */
(279)
printf("Rolling back %d message\n", iNumMessages);
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XAResourceRollback(pXATopicResource, pXid, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* ===================================================
(285)
* Prepare-Commit
(286)
* ===================================================
(287)
*/
(288)
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/* xa start */
(290)
XAResourceStart(pXATopicResource, pXid, SBYN_TMNOFLAGS, &iErr,
(291)
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
(293)
(294)
/* send message */
(295)
printf("Sending %d messages\n", iNumMessages);
(296)
PublishMessage(pTopicPublisher, pMessage, iNumMessages);
(297)
(298)
/* xaEnd */
(299)
XAResourceEnd(pXATopicResource, pXid, SBYN_TMSUCCESS, &iErr,
(300)
szErrBuf);
(301)
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
(302)
(303)
/* xaPrepare */
(304)
if (SBYN_XA_OK != XAResourcePrepare(pXATopicResource, pXid, &iErr,
(305)
szErrBuf))
(306)
{
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printf("ERROR: XAResourcePrepare failed\n");
(308)
}
(309)
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
(310)
(311)
/* xa commit */
(312)
printf("Session Commit...\n");
(313)
XAResourceCommit(pXATopicResource, pXid, TRUE, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(314)
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
(315)
(316)
/* Close and clean up. */
(317)
TopicPublisherClose(pTopicPublisher, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(318)
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
(319)
SessionClose(pXATopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(320)
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
(321)
ConnectionClose(pConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(322)
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
(323)
DeleteMessage(pMessage, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(324)
DeleteTopicPublisher(pTopicPublisher, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(325) DeleteXAResource(pXATopicResource, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(326)
DeleteXid(pXid, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(327)
DeleteSession(pXATopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf); /* delete session
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& resource */
(329)
DeleteDestination(pTopic, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(330)
DeleteConnection(pConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(331)
DeleteXATopicConnectionFactory(pXATcf, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(332) }
(333)
(334) /*
(335) * =========================================================
(336) * Topic Subscriber
(337) * This routine demonstrates how to subsribe a message from a
(338) * topic.
(339) * =========================================================
(340) */
(341) void XATopicSub()
(342) {
(343)
SBYN_XATopicConnectionFactory* pXATcf = 0;
(344)
SBYN_Connection*
pConnection = 0;
(345)
SBYN_Session*
pXATopicSession = 0;
(346)
SBYN_Session*
pTopicSession = 0;
(347)
SBYN_XAResource*
pTopicResource = 0;
(348)
SBYN_Destination*
pTopic = 0;
(349)
SBYN_Message*
pReceivedMessage = 0;
(350)
SBYN_XAResource*
pXATopicResource = 0;
(351)
SBYN_TopicSubscriber*
pTopicSubscriber = 0;
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SBYN_Message*
pMessage = 0;
(353)
SBYN_Xid*
pXid = 0;
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char
pTopicName[] = "eGateXAPubSubSample";
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int
iNumReceived = 0;
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char
szUserInput[8];
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/* create XA connection factory */
(358)
pXATcf = CreateXATopicConnectionFactory(spHostName, susPort, &iErr,
(359)
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* create XA connection */
(363)
pConnection = CreateXATopicConnection(pXATcf, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(364)
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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(366)
/* set client ID */
(367)
ConnectionSetClientID(pConnection, (char*)"eGate{7E527692-770A(368)
11D5-B139-3456789}", &iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* create XA session */
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pXATopicSession = XAConnectionCreateXATopicSession(pConnection,
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&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* get session */
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pTopicSession = XASessionGetTopicSession(pXATopicSession, &iErr,
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szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* get XA resource */
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pXATopicResource = XASessionGetXAResource(pXATopicSession, &iErr,
(383)
szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* create a Topic */
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pTopic = SessionCreateTopic(pTopicSession, pTopicName, &iErr,
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szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* create a subscriber */
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//pTopicSubscriber = SessionCreateDurableSubscriber(pTopicSession,
(393)
pTopic, (char*)"XATopicSubscriber", &iErr, szErrBuf);
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pTopicSubscriber = SessionCreateSubscriber(pTopicSession, pTopic,
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&iErr, szErrBuf);
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check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* connection start */
(399)
ConnectionStart(pConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(400)
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
(401)
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/* start xa resource */
(403)
pXid = XACreateXid((char*)MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(404)
check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
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/* Receive all the messages on the topic and return the number of
(409)
messages received */
(410)
//iNumReceived = SubscriberReceiveMessage(pTopicSubscriber);
(411)
printf("Receiving messages...\n");
(412)
do {
(413) int iMsgCount = 0;
(414)
SBYN_Message* pRMsg = 0;
(415)
/* associate the global transaction with the resource */
(416) XAResourceStart(pXATopicResource, pXid, SBYN_TMNOFLAGS, &iErr,
(417) szErrBuf);
(418) check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
(419)
while(iMsgCount < iNumMessages){
(420)
pRMsg = TopicSubscriberReceive(pTopicSubscriber, &iErr,
(421)
szErrBuf);
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printf("Received Message %d\n", iMsgCount);
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iMsgCount++;
(424)
}
(425)
(426)
/* xaEnd */
(427) XAResourceEnd(pXATopicResource, pXid, SBYN_TMSUCCESS, &iErr,
(428) szErrBuf);
(429) check_error(iErr, szErrBuf, 1);
(430)
XAResourceCommit(pXATopicResource, pXid, TRUE, &iErr,
(431) szErrBuf);
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printf("Enter 'r' for receiving more message, 'q' for
(433) exit\n");
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scanf("%s", szUserInput);
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iMsgCount = 0;
(436)
} while(szUserInput[0] != 'q' && szUserInput[0] != 'Q');
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/* Session commit */
(439)
SessionCommit(pTopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(440)
(441)
/* close and delete objects */
(442)
TopicSubscriberClose(pTopicSubscriber, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(443)
SessionUnsubscribe(pXATopicSession, (char*)"TopicSubscriber",
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&iErr, szErrBuf);
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SessionClose(pXATopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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ConnectionClose(pConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(447)
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/* delete objects */
(449)
DeleteDestination(pTopic, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(450)
DeleteTopicSubscriber(pTopicSubscriber, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(451) DeleteXAResource(pXATopicResource, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteXid(pXid, &iErr, szErrBuf);
(453)
DeleteSession(pXATopicSession, &iErr, szErrBuf); /* delete XA
(454)
resource and session */
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DeleteConnection(pConnection, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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DeleteXATopicConnectionFactory(pXATcf, &iErr, szErrBuf);
Implementing JMS Models in C++
This section discusses how to use the JMS C++ APIs to exchange data with an e*Gate
system.
ƒ Session—Characterized by a hostname, port number, session type (either a pub/
sub “topic session” or a point-to-point “queue session”), and connection parameters
such as acknowledgment mode, transaction mode, delivery mode, and client ID.
ƒ Destination—Either a topic (for pub/sub messaging) or else a queue (for point-to-
point messaging). Characterized by session and destination name.
ƒ Message Producer—Either a topic publisher or a queue sender. Characterized by
session and destination.
ƒ Message Consumer—Either a topic subscriber or a queue receiver. Characterized
by session and destination (and, in pub/sub messaging only, by the name of the
durable subscriber, if designated).
ƒ Requestor—In request/reply messaging, either a topic requestor or a queue
requestor. Characterized by session, destination, message, and time-to-live value
expressed in milliseconds.
ƒ Message—Characterized by the message type and payload. The payload is also
called the message body, or message content:
ВЉ For messages of type BytesMessage, the payload is an array of bytes.
ВЉ For messages of type TextMessage, the payload is a string of text characters.
Native encoding is used; for example, text on AS/400 systems uses EBCDIC
encoding, but ASCII is used on most other systems.
4.7
Sample Code for Using JMS in C++
From the Samples directory located on the e*Gate installation CD-ROM, navigate to the
jmsapi folder. Select the C folder and extract the sample files from this folder to the
computer that you have installed the e*Gate API Kit on. The samples were built using
Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0.
For the JMS API in C++, the following sample programs are provided on the product
CD-ROM:
Вѓ Publish/Subscribe Messaging Using C++ on page 166
Вѓ Queue Messaging (Sending/Receiving) Using C++ on page 170
Вѓ Request-Reply Messaging Using C++ on page 174
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Вѓ Message Selector Using C++ on page 177
Вѓ XA Publish/Subscribe Messaging For JMS Using C++ on page 181
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* Disclaimer:
*
* Copyright 2002 by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation.
* All Rights Reserved.
*
Unless otherwise stipulated in a written agreement for this
* software, duly executed by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation, this
* software is provided as is without warranty of any kind. The
* entire risk as to the results and performance of this software
* is assumed by the user.SeeBeyond Technology Corporation disclaims
* all warranties, either express or implied, including but not
* limited, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a
* particular purpose, title and non-infringement, with respect to
* this software.
*
* -----------------------------------------------------------------*/
#include
<ms.h>
#include
<mslocale.h>
#define
char
char
char
static char
static unsigned short
unsigned long
static char*
static void
static void
MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME
"stc_msclient.dll"
option1[] = "[ -u ] [ -p port ] [ -h hostname ]";
option2[] = "[ -c ] [ -p port ] [ -h hostname ]";
optdescription[] = "\t-u run as a
producer\n\t-c run as a consumer\n\t-p port
number\n\t-h
hostname\n";
localHost[] = "localhost";
susPort = 24053;
/* default port number */
sulMessageSize = 16;
/* default host name */
spHostName;
subscriber();
publisher();
#ifndef WIN32
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#if defined(WIN32)
#include "sbyn_getopt.h"
#endif
#if defined(OS400)
extern char *optarg;
#endif
#if defined(__gnu__)
#include <getopt.h>
#endif
int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
int
c;
char
cOption = 0;
spHostName = localHost;
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while((c = getopt(argc, argv, ":p:h:P:H:cCUu")) != -1) {
(60)
switch(c){
(61)
case 'p':
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case 'P':
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susPort = atoi(optarg); /* setup the port number */
(64)
break;
(65)
case 'h':
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case 'H':
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spHostName = optarg; /* setup the hostname */
(68)
break;
(69)
case 'U':
(70)
case 'u':
(71)
cOption = 'u';/* run as a producer */
(72)
break;
(73)
case 'c':
(74)
case 'C':
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cOption = 'c';/* run as a consumer */
(76)
break;
(77)
case ':':
(78)
case '?':
(79)
printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
(80)
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], option1);
(81)
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], option2);
(82)
printf("%s\n", optdescription);
(83)
exit(1);
(84)
break;
(85)
}
(86)
}
(87)
(88)
if (cOption == 'u'){
(89)
publisher();/* invoke producer */
(90)
} else if (cOption == 'c'){
(91)
subscriber();/* invoke consumer */
(92)
} else {
(93)
printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
(94)
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], option1);
(95)
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], option2);
(96)
printf("%s\n", optdescription);
(97)
exit(1);
(98)
}
(99)
return 0;
(100) }
(101)
(102)
(103) /*
(104) * =========================================================
(105) * Topic Publisher
(106) * This routine demonstrates how to publish to a topic.
(107) * =========================================================
(108) */
(109) static void publisher()
(110) {
(111)
char
pBuffer[] = "This is a text message";
(112)
char
pTopicName[] = "PubSubSample";
(113)
int
iMessagePriority = 4;
(114)
long
iTimeToLive = 0;
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(116)
try {
(117)
/* Create a topic factory. */
(118)
TopicConnectionFactory* pTopicConnectionFactory =
(119)
LookupTopicConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
(120)
spHostName, susPort, 0, 0);
(121)
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/* Create a topic connection. */
(123)
TopicConnection* pTopicConnection = pTopicConnectionFactory(124)
>createTopicConnection();
(125)
(126)
/* Set the client ID. */
(127)
pTopicConnection->setClientID("TopicPublisher");
(128)
(129)
/* Start the connection. */
(130)
pTopicConnection->start();
(131)
(132)
/* Create a topic session. */
(133)
TopicSession* pTopicSession = pTopicConnection(134)
>createTopicSession(true, Session::AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
(135)
(136)
/* Create a topic. */
(137)
WString wsTopicName(pTopicName);
(138)
Topic* pTopic = pTopicSession->createTopic(wsTopicName);
(139)
(140)
/* Create a topic publisher. */
(141)
TopicPublisher* pTopicPublisher = pTopicSession(142)
>createPublisher(pTopic);
(143)
(144)
/* Create a text message. */
(145)
TextMessage* pTextMessage = pTopicSession->createTextMessage();
(146)
(147)
/* Clear the body (payload) of the message. */
(148)
pTextMessage->clearBody();
(149)
(150)
/* Copy in the text to be sent. */
(151)
pTextMessage->setText(pBuffer);
(152)
(153)
/* Set the JMSType of the message to "ASCII". */
(154)
pTextMessage->setJMSType("ASCII");
(155)
(156)
/* Publish the message. */
(157) cout << "Sending Message: " << pBuffer << endl;
(158)
pTopicPublisher->publish(pTextMessage);
(159)
(160)
/* Commit the session. */
(161)
pTopicSession->commit();
(162)
(163)
/* Close and clean up. */
(164)
pTopicPublisher->close();
(165)
pTopicSession->close();
(166)
pTopicConnection->close();
(167)
delete(pTextMessage);
(168)
delete(pTopicPublisher);
(169)
delete(pTopicSession);
(170)
delete(pTopicConnection);
(171)
delete(pTopicConnectionFactory);
(172)
}
(173)
catch (JMSException &e)
(174)
{
(175)
printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
(176)
}
(177) }
(178)
(179) /*
(180) * =========================================================
(181) * Topic Subscriber
(182) * This routine demonstrates how to subsribe a message from
(183) * a topic.
(184) * =========================================================
(185) */
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(186) static void subscriber() {
(187)
char
szUserInput[80];
(188)
char
pTopicName[] = "eGatePubSubSample";
(189)
(190)
try {
(191)
/* create a topic connection factory*/
(192)
TopicConnectionFactory*
pTopicConnectionFactory =
(193)
LookupTopicConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "", spHostName,
(194)
susPort, 0, 0);
(195)
(196)
/* create a topic connection */
(197)
TopicConnection* pTopicConnection = pTopicConnectionFactory(198)
>createTopicConnection();
(199)
(200)
/* set client ID */
(201)
pTopicConnection->setClientID("TopicSubscriber");
(202)
(203)
/* start connection */
(204)
pTopicConnection->start();
(205)
(206)
/* create a topic session */
(207)
TopicSession* pTopicSession = pTopicConnection(208)
>createTopicSession(true, Session::AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
(209)
(210)
(211)
/* create a topic */
(212)
WString wsTopicName(pTopicName);
(213)
Topic* pTopic = pTopicSession->createTopic(wsTopicName);
(214)
(215)
/* create a subscriber */
(216)
TopicSubscriber* pTopicSubscriber = pTopicSession(217)
>createDurableSubscriber(pTopic, (char*)"TopicPublisher");
(218)
(219)
printf("Waiting for message ... \n");
(220)
TextMessage* pReceivedTextMessage;
(221)
do {
(222)
/* waiting for incoming messages */
(223)
Message* pReceivedMessage = pTopicSubscriber->receive();
(224)
pReceivedTextMessage = DYNAMIC_CAST(TextMessage,
(225)
pReceivedMessage);
(226) pTopicSession->commit();
(227)
if (pReceivedTextMessage){
(228)
WString wsJMSType = pReceivedTextMessage->getJMSType();
(229)
WString wsText = pReceivedTextMessage->getText();
(230)
string strText;
(231)
strText = MsLocale::WideStringToString(wsText).c_str();
(232)
cout << "Received Text Message " << strText << endl;
(233)
}
(234)
printf("Enter 'r' for receiving more message, 'q' for exit\n");
(235)
scanf("%s", szUserInput);
(236)
} while ( szUserInput[0] != 'q' && szUserInput[0] != 'Q' );
(237)
(238)
/* close and delete objects */
(239)
pTopicSubscriber->close();
(240)
pTopicSession->close();
(241)
pTopicConnection->close();
(242)
delete(pReceivedTextMessage);
(243)
delete(pTopicSubscriber);
(244)
delete(pTopicSession);
(245)
delete(pTopicConnection);
(246)
delete(pTopicConnectionFactory);
(247)
}
(248)
catch (JMSException &e)
(249)
{
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(252) }
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printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
}
Queue Messaging (Sending/Receiving) Using C++
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/* -----------------------------------------------------------------*
Sample code to demonstrate JMS Queue Messaging using C++.
*
* ------------------------------------------------------------------*
* Disclaimer:
*
*
Copyright 2002 by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation.
*
All Rights Reserved.
*
*
Unless otherwise stipulated in a written agreement for this
*
software, duly executed by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation,
*
this software is provided as is without warranty of any kind.
*
The entire risk as to the results and performance of this software
*
is assumed by the user. SeeBeyond Technology Corporation disclaims
*
all warranties, either express or implied, including but not
*
limited, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for
*
a particular purpose, title and non-infringement, with respect
*
to this software.
* -----------------------------------------------------------------*/
#include
<ms.h>
#include
<mslocale.h>
#ifndef WIN32
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#if defined(WIN32)
#include "sbyn_getopt.h"
#endif
#if defined(OS400)
extern char *optarg;
#endif
#if defined(__gnu__)
#include <getopt.h>
#endif
#define
MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME
static
static
char
void sender();
void receiver();
char
char
char*
char
static unsigned short
int
char
"stc_msclient.dll"
optionProducer[] = "[ -u ] [ -p port ]
[ -h hostname ]";
optionConsumer[] = "[ -c ] [ -p port ]
[ -h hostname ]";
optdescription[] = "\t-u run as a
producer\n\t-c run as a consumer\n\t-p
port number\n\t-h hostname\n";
spHostName;
localHost[] = "localhost";
susPort = 24053;
iErr;
szErrBuf[256];
int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
int
c;
char
cOption = 0;
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spHostName = localHost;
(61)
(62)
while((c = getopt(argc, argv, ":p:h:P:H:cCUu")) != -1) {
(63)
switch(c){
(64)
case 'p':
(65)
case 'P':
(66)
susPort = atoi(optarg); /* setup the port number */
(67)
break;
(68)
case 'h':
(69)
case 'H':
(70)
spHostName = optarg;
/* setup the hostname */
(71)
break;
(72)
case 'U':
(73)
case 'u':
(74)
cOption = 'u';
/* run as a producer */
(75)
break;
(76)
case 'c':
(77)
case 'C':
(78)
cOption = 'c';
/* run as a consumer */
(79)
break;
(80)
case ':':
(81)
case '?':
(82)
printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
(83)
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
(84)
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
(85)
printf("%s\n", optdescription);
(86)
exit(1);
(87)
break;
(88)
}
(89)
}
(90)
(91)
if (cOption == 'u'){
(92)
sender();
/* invoke producer */
(93)
} else if (cOption == 'c'){
(94)
receiver();
/* invoke consumer */
(95)
} else {
(96)
printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
(97)
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
(98)
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
(99)
printf("%s\n", optdescription);
(100)
exit(1);
(101)
}
(102) return 0;
(103) }
(104)
(105)
(106) /*
(107) * =========================================================
(108) * Queue Sender
(109) * This routine demonstrates how to send message to a queue.
(110) * =========================================================
(111) */
(112) static void sender()
(113) {
(114)
char
pQueueName[] = "P2PSample";
(115)
const int
MAX_MESSAGE_SIZE = 60;
(116)
char
pBuffer[] = "This is a text message";
(117)
(118)
try {
(119)
/* Create a queue connection factory */
(120)
QueueConnectionFactory* pQueueConnectionFactory =
(121)
LookupQueueConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
spHostName, susPort, 0, 0);
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/* Create a queue connection */
QueueConnection* pQueueConnection = pQueueConnectionFactory>createQueueConnection();
/* Set the client ID */
pQueueConnection->setClientID("SENDER");
/* Start the connection */
pQueueConnection->start();
/* Create a queue session */
QueueSession* pQueueSession = pQueueConnection>createQueueSession(true, Session::CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
(134)
(135)
/* Create a queue */
(136)
WString wsQueueName(pQueueName);
(137)
Queue* pQueue = pQueueSession->createQueue(wsQueueName);
(138)
(139)
/* Create a queue sender */
(140)
QueueSender* pQueueSender = pQueueSession->createSender(pQueue);
(141)
(142)
/* Create a text message */
(143)
TextMessage* pTextMessage = pQueueSession->createTextMessage();
(144)
(145)
/* set the mode to r/w */
(146)
pTextMessage->clearBody();
(147)
(148)
/* Set the JMSType of the message to "ASCII". */
(149)
pTextMessage->setJMSType("ASCII");
(150)
(151)
/* Copy in the text to be sent. */
(152)
pTextMessage->setText(pBuffer);
(153)
(154)
/* send out the message */
(155) cout << "Sending Text Message: " << pBuffer << endl;
(156)
pQueueSender->send(pTextMessage);
(157)
(158)
/* session commit */
(159)
pQueueSession->commit();
(160)
(161)
(162)
/* close and delete the objects */
(163)
pQueueSender->close();
(164)
pQueueSession->close();
(165)
pQueueConnection->close();
(166)
delete(pTextMessage);
(167)
delete(pQueueSender);
(168)
delete(pQueue);
(169)
delete(pQueueSession);
(170)
delete(pQueueConnection);
(171)
delete(pQueueConnectionFactory);
(172)
}
(173)
catch (JMSException &e)
(174)
{
(175)
printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
(176)
}
(177) }
(178)
(179) /*
(180) * =========================================================
(181) * Queue Receiver
(182) * This routine demonstrates how to receive a message from a
(183) * queue.
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(184) * =========================================================
(185) */
(186) static void receiver() {
(187)
char
szUserInput[80];
(188)
char
pQueueName[] = "eGateP2PSample";
(189)
(190)
try {
(191)
/* Create a queue connection factory */
(192)
QueueConnectionFactory* pQueueConnectionFactory =
(193)
LookupQueueConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
spHostName, susPort, 0, 0);
(194)
(195)
/* Create a queue connection */
(196)
QueueConnection* pQueueConnection = pQueueConnectionFactory>createQueueConnection();
(197)
(198)
/* Set the client ID */
(199)
pQueueConnection->setClientID("RECEIVER");
(200)
(201)
/* Start the connection */
(202)
pQueueConnection->start();
(203)
(204)
/* Create a queue session */
(205)
QueueSession* pQueueSession = pQueueConnection>createQueueSession(true, Session::CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
(206)
(207)
/* Create a queue */
(208)
WString wsQueueName(pQueueName);
(209)
Queue* pQueue = pQueueSession->createQueue(wsQueueName);
(210)
(211)
/* Create a queue receiver */
(212)
QueueReceiver* pQueueReceiver = pQueueSession>createReceiver(pQueue);
(213)
(214)
printf("Waiting for message ... \n");
(215)
TextMessage* pReceivedTextMessage;
(216)
do {
(217)
/* waiting for incoming messages */
(218)
Message* pReceivedMessage = pQueueReceiver->receive();
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pReceivedTextMessage = DYNAMIC_CAST(TextMessage,
pReceivedMessage);
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if (pReceivedTextMessage){
(221)
WString wsJMSType = pReceivedTextMessage->getJMSType();
(222)
WString wsText = pReceivedTextMessage->getText();
(223)
string strText;
(224)
strText = MsLocale::WideStringToString(wsText).c_str();
(225)
cout << "Received Text Message " << strText << endl;
(226)
}
(227)
printf("Enter 'r' for receiving more message, 'q' for
exit\n");
(228)
scanf("%s", szUserInput);
(229)
} while ( szUserInput[0] != 'q' && szUserInput[0] != 'Q' );
(230)
(231)
/* close and delete objects */
(232)
pQueueReceiver->close();
(233)
pQueueSession->close();
(234)
pQueueConnection->close();
(235)
delete(pReceivedTextMessage);
(236)
delete(pQueueReceiver);
(237)
delete(pQueueSession);
(238)
delete(pQueueConnection);
(239)
delete(pQueueConnectionFactory);
(240)
}
(241)
catch (JMSException &e)
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(245) }
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{
printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
}
Request-Reply Messaging Using C++
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/* -----------------------------------------------------------------* Sample code to demonstrate JMS Request-Reply messaging using C++
* ------------------------------------------------------------------*
* Disclaimer:
*
*
Copyright 2002 by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation.
*
All Rights Reserved.
*
*
Unless otherwise stipulated in a written agreement for this
*
software,
*
duly executed by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation, this software is
*
provided as is without warranty of any kind. The entire risk as to
*
the results and performance of this software is assumed by the
*
user. SeeBeyond Technology Corporation disclaims all warranties,
*
either
*
express or implied, including but not limited, the implied
*
warranties
*
of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title and
*
non-infringement, with respect to this software.
* -----------------------------------------------------------------*/
#include
#include
<ms.h>
<mslocale.h>
#ifndef WIN32
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#if defined(WIN32)
#include "sbyn_getopt.h"
#endif
#if defined(OS400)
extern char *optarg;
#endif
#if defined(__gnu__)
#include <getopt.h>
#endif
#define
MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME
"stc_msclient.dll"
static void requestor();
char
char
char*
char
static unsigned short
char
optionRequestor[] = "[ -r ] [ -p port ]
[ -h hostname ]";
optdescription[] = "\t-r
run as a
requestor\n\tp port number\n\t-h hostname\n";
spHostName;
localHost[] = "localhost";
susPort = 24053;
pQueueName[] = "QueueRequestorSample";
int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
int
c;
char
cOption = 0;
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spHostName = localHost;
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while((c = getopt(argc, argv, ":p:h:P:H:rR")) != -1) {
(62)
switch(c){
(63)
case 'p':
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case 'P':
(65)
susPort = atoi(optarg); /* setup the port number */
(66)
break;
(67)
case 'h':
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case 'H':
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spHostName = optarg;
/* setup the hostname */
(70)
break;
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case 'R':
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case 'r':
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cOption = 'r';
/* run as a requestor */
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break;
(75)
case ':':
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case '?':
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionRequestor);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
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}
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}
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if (cOption == 'r'){
(85)
requestor();/* invoke requestor */
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} else {
(87)
printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionRequestor);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
(91)
}
(92) return 0;
(93) }
(94)
(95)
(96)
(97) /*
(98) * =========================================================
(99) * Queue Requestor
(100) * This routine demonstrates how to do Request/Reply.
(101) * =========================================================
(102) */
(103) void requestor(){
(104)
char pBuffer[] = "This is a text message";
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try {
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/* Create a queue connection factory */
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QueueConnectionFactory* pQueueConnectionFactory =
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LookupQueueConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
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spHostName, susPort, 0, 0);
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/* Create a queue connection */
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QueueConnection* pQueueConnection = pQueueConnectionFactory(114)
>createQueueConnection();
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/* Set the client ID */
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pQueueConnection->setClientID("REQUESTOR");
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/* Start the connection */
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pQueueConnection->start();
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/* Create a queue session */
QueueSession* pQueueSession = pQueueConnection>createQueueSession(false, Session::CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
/* Create a queue */
WString wsQueueName(pQueueName);
Queue* pQueue = pQueueSession->createQueue(wsQueueName);
/* Create a queue requestor */
QueueRequestor* pQueueRequestor = new QueueRequestor(pQueueSession,
pQueue);
/* Create a text message */
TextMessage* pTextMessage = pQueueSession->createTextMessage();
/* set the mode to r/w */
pTextMessage->clearBody();
/* Copy in the text to be sent. */
pTextMessage->setText(pBuffer);
/* Set ReplyTo destination */
pTextMessage->setJMSReplyTo(pQueue);
/* Make a request and wait for a reply */
Message* pReplyMessage = pQueueRequestor->request(pTextMessage,
100000);
TextMessage* pReplyTextMessage = DYNAMIC_CAST(TextMessage,
pReplyMessage);
if (pReplyTextMessage){
WString wsText = pReplyTextMessage->getText();
string strText;
strText = MsLocale::WideStringToString(wsText).c_str();
cout << "Received Text Message " << strText << endl;
}
delete(pReplyTextMessage);
/* close and delete objects */
pQueueSession->close();
pQueueConnection->close();
delete(pTextMessage);
delete(pQueueRequestor);
delete(pQueue);
delete(pQueueSession);
delete(pQueueConnection);
delete(pQueueConnectionFactory);
}
catch (JMSException &e)
{
printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
}
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*-------------------------------------------------------------------* Sample code to demonstrate JMS pub/sub messaging with selector.
*--------------------------------------------------------------------*
* Disclaimer:
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* Copyright 2002 by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation.
* All Rights Reserved.
*
Unless otherwise stipulated in a written agreement for this
* software, duly executed by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation, this
* software is provided as is without warranty of any kind. The
* entire risk as to the results and performance of this software
* is assumed by the user.SeeBeyond Technology Corporation disclaims
* all warranties, either express or implied, including but not
* limited, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a
* particular purpose, title and non-infringement, with respect to
* this software.
*
* -----------------------------------------------------------------*/
#include
#include
<ms.h>
<mslocale.h>
#ifndef WIN32
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#if defined(WIN32)
#include "sbyn_getopt.h"
#endif
#if defined(OS400)
extern char *optarg;
#endif
#if defined(__gnu__)
#include <getopt.h>
#endif
#define
char
MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME
"stc_msclient.dll"
optionProducer[] = "[ -u ] [ -p port ]
[ -h hostname ]";
char
optionConsumer[] = "[ -c ] [ -p port ]
[ -h hostname ]";
char
optdescription[] = "\t-u run as a
producer\n\t-c run as a consumer\n\t-p
port number\n\t-h hostname\n";
static char
localHost[] = "localhost";
static unsigned short
susPort = 24053; /* default port number */
unsigned long
sulMessageSize = 16; /* default host name */
static char*
spHostName;
static char PROP_NAME[] = "property";
static void selector_publisher();
static void selector_subscriber();
int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
int
c;
char
cOption = 0;
spHostName = localHost;
while((c = getopt(argc, argv, ":p:h:P:H:cCUu")) != -1) {
switch(c){
case 'p':
case 'P':
susPort = atoi(optarg); /* setup the port number */
break;
case 'h':
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spHostName = optarg;
/* setup the hostname */
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break;
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case 'U':
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case 'u':
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cOption = 'u';
/* run as a producer */
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break;
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case 'c':
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case 'C':
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cOption = 'c';
/* run as a consumer */
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break;
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case ':':
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case '?':
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
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break;
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}
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}
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if (cOption == 'u'){
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selector_publisher();
/* invoke producer */
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} else if (cOption == 'c'){
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selector_subscriber();
/* invoke consumer */
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} else {
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
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}
(104) return 0;
(105) }
(106)
(107) /*
(108) * =========================================================
(109) * Topic Publisher
(110) * This routine demonstrates how to publish to a topic.
(111) * =========================================================
(112) */
(113) static void selector_publisher(){
(114)
int
ii;
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static char
pTopicName[] = "Selector";
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try {
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/* Create a topic factory. */
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TopicConnectionFactory* pTopicConnectionFactory =
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LookupTopicConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
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spHostName, susPort, 0, 0);
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/* Create a topic connection. */
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TopicConnection* pTopicConnection = pTopicConnectionFactory(125)
>createTopicConnection();
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/* Set the client ID. */
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pTopicConnection->setClientID("TopicPublisher");
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/* Start the connection. */
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pTopicConnection->start();
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>createTopicSession(true, Session::AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
/* Create a topic. */
WString wsTopicName(pTopicName);
Topic* pTopic = pTopicSession->createTopic(wsTopicName);
/* Create a topic publisher. */
TopicPublisher* pTopicPublisher = pTopicSession>createPublisher(pTopic);
/* Set delivery mode as persistent */
pTopicPublisher->setDeliveryMode(DeliveryMode::PERSISTENT);
/* publish 10 messages to the topic */
TextMessage* msglist[10];
for(ii=0; ii<10 ;ii++){
int index;
char buf[80];
/* Create a text message. */
msglist[ii] = pTopicSession->createTextMessage();
/* Clear the body (payload) of the message. */
msglist[ii]->clearBody();
index = ii % 10;
sprintf(buf, "%d", index);
/* Set the string property */
msglist[ii]->setStringProperty(PROP_NAME, buf);
/* Copy in the text to be sent. */
msglist[ii]->setText("This is a text message");
/* Publish the message. */
pTopicPublisher->publish(msglist[ii]);
printf("... Published 1 message with property %s = %d\n",
PROP_NAME, ii);
}
/* Commit the session. */
pTopicSession->commit();
/* close and delete objects */
pTopicPublisher->close();
pTopicSession->close();
pTopicConnection->close();
for (ii = 0; ii < 10; ii++){
delete(msglist[ii]);
}
delete(pTopicPublisher);
delete(pTopicSession);
delete(pTopicConnection);
delete(pTopicConnectionFactory);
}
catch (JMSException &e)
{
printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
}
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(199) * =========================================================
(200) * Topic Subscriber
(201) * This routine demonstrates how to subsribe a message from a
(202) * topic.
(203) * =========================================================
(204) */
(205) static void selector_subscriber(){
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char
selectorString[80];
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char
selectorSubscriberName[80];
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int
selector = 7;
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char*
selectorName;
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char
pTopicName[] = "eGateSelector";
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try {
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/* create a topic connection factory */
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TopicConnectionFactory* pTopicConnectionFactory =
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LookupTopicConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
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spHostName, susPort, 0, 0);
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/* Create a topic connection. */
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TopicConnection* pTopicConnection = pTopicConnectionFactory(220)
>createTopicConnection();
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/* Set the client ID. */
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pTopicConnection->setClientID("Publisher");
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/* Start the connection. */
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pTopicConnection->start();
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/* Create a topic session. */
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TopicSession* pTopicSession = pTopicConnection>createTopicSession(true, Session::AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
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/* Create a topic. */
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WString wsTopicName(pTopicName);
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Topic* pTopic = pTopicSession->createTopic(wsTopicName);
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(235)
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/* Create subscriber with selector*/
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sprintf(selectorString, "%s = '%d'", PROP_NAME, selector);
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sprintf(selectorSubscriberName, "SelectorSubscriber%d", selector);
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TopicSubscriber* pTopicSubscriber = pTopicSession(240)
>createDurableSubscriber(pTopic, selectorSubscriberName,
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selectorString, 0);
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/* Get message using selector */
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selectorName = pTopicSubscriber->getMessageSelector();
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printf("using selector: %s\n", selectorName);
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Message* pMessage;
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for (pMessage = pTopicSubscriber->receive();
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pMessage != 0;
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pMessage = pTopicSubscriber->receive(1000))
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{
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string strProperty = MsLocale::WideStringToString(pMessage(253)
>getStringProperty(PROP_NAME)).c_str();
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cout << "Received 1 message with " << PROP_NAME << " = " <<
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strProperty << endl;;
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delete(pMessage);
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}
(258)
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/* Session commit */
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pTopicSession->commit();
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/* Close and delete objects */
pTopicSubscriber->close();
pTopicSession->close();
pTopicConnection->close();
delete(pTopicSubscriber);
delete(pTopicSession);
delete(pTopicConnection);
delete(pTopicConnectionFactory);
}
catch (JMSException &e)
{
printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
}
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*--------------------------------------------------------------------*
* Disclaimer:
*
* Copyright 2002 by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation.
* All Rights Reserved.
*
Unless otherwise stipulated in a written agreement for this
* software, duly executed by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation, this
* software is provided as is without warranty of any kind. The
* entire risk as to the results and performance of this software
* is assumed by the user.SeeBeyond Technology Corporation disclaims
* all warranties, either express or implied, including but not
* limited, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a
* particular purpose, title and non-infringement, with respect to
* this software. *
* ---------------------------------------------------------------#include
<ms.h>
#include
<msxa.h>
#include
<mslocale.h>
#ifndef WIN32
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#if defined(WIN32)
#include "sbyn_getopt.h"
#endif
#if defined(OS400)
extern char *optarg;
#endif
#if defined(__gnu__)
#include <getopt.h>
#endif
char
optionProducer[] = "[ -u ] [ -p port ] [ -h
hostname ]";
char
optionConsumer[] = "[ -c ] [ -p port ] [ -h
hostname ]";
char
optdescription[] = "\t-u
run as a
producer\n\t-c run as a consumer\n\t-p port number\n\t-h
hostname\n";
static char
localHost[] = "localhost";
static unsigned short
susPort = 24053; /* default port number */
unsigned long
sulMessageSize = 16; /* default host name */
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spHostName;
(45) static int
iNumMessages = 10;
(46) static char
szText[] = "This is a text message";
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(49) static void XATopicSub();
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(51) #define MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME "stc_msclient.dll"
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int
c;
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char
cOption = 0;
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spHostName = localHost;
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while((c = getopt(argc, argv, ":p:h:P:H:cCUu")) != -1) {
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case 'P':
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case 'h':
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case 'H':
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spHostName = optarg;
/* setup the hostname */
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break;
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case 'U':
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case 'u':
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cOption = 'u';
/* run as a producer */
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case 'c':
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case 'C':
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cOption = 'c';
/* run as a consumer */
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break;
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case ':':
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case '?':
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
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break;
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}
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}
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XATopicPub();
/* invoke producer */
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} else if (cOption == 'c'){
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XATopicSub();
/* invoke consumer */
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} else {
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
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}
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return 0;
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(104) * =========================================================
(105) * Publish Message
(106) *
This routine publishes iNumMessages to the topic
(107) * =========================================================
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(109) static void PublishMessage(TopicPublisher* pPublisher, Message*
pMessage, int iNumMessages)
(110) {
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int ii;
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for ( ii = 0; ii < iNumMessages; ii++){
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pMessage->setIntProperty("Sequence", ii);
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printf("Sending Message: Sequence number %d\n", ii);
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pPublisher->publish(pMessage);
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}
(117) }
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(120) /*
(121) * =========================================================
(122) * Receive Message
(123) *
This routine block on receiving message for maximum iWait
(124) *
seconds before return.
(125) * =========================================================
(126) */
(127) static int SubscriberReceiveMessage(TopicSubscriber* pSub,
TopicSession* pSession)
(128) {
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int iMsgCount = 0;
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Message* pRMsg = 0;
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char szUserInput[8];
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printf("Waiting for message ... \n");
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do {
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pRMsg = pSub->receive();
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printf("Received Message %d\n", iMsgCount);
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iMsgCount++;
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if (iMsgCount >= iNumMessages){
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printf("Enter 'r' for receiving more message, 'q' for
exit\n");
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scanf("%s", szUserInput);
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pSession->commit();
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iMsgCount = 0;
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}
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} while(szUserInput[0] != 'q' && szUserInput[0] != 'Q');
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return iMsgCount;
(146) }
(147)
(148) /*
(149) * =========================================================
(150) * Topic Publisher
(151) *
This routine demonstrates how to publish to a topic.
(152) * =========================================================
(153) */
(154) void XATopicPub()
(155) {
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char
pTopicName[] = "XAPubSubSample";
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Xid *pXid;
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try {
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XATopicConnectionFactory* pXATopicConnectionFactory =
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LookupXATopicConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
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/* Create a topic connection. */
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XATopicConnection* pXATopicConnection = pXATopicConnectionFactory(167)
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/* set client ID */
pXATopicConnection->setClientID("eGate{7E527692-770A-11D5-B139935EB6E85DBD}");
/* create XA session */
XATopicSession* pXATopicSession = pXATopicConnection>createXATopicSession();
/* get session */
TopicSession* pTopicSession = pXATopicSession->getTopicSession();
/* get XA resource */
XAResource* pXATopicResource = pXATopicSession->getXAResource();
/* create a Topic */
Topic* pTopic = pTopicSession->createTopic(pTopicName);
/* create a publisher */
TopicPublisher* pTopicPublisher = pTopicSession>createPublisher(pTopic);
/* connection start */
pXATopicConnection->start();
/* create xa id */
pXid = CreateXid(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME);
/* associate the global transaction with the resource */
pXATopicResource->start(pXid, XAResource::TMNOFLAGS);
/* create a meesage */
TextMessage* pMessage = pXATopicSession->createTextMessage();
/* set mode to r/w */
pMessage->clearBody();
/* write bytes */
pMessage->setText((char*)szText);
/* publish message */
printf("Sending %d messages\n", iNumMessages);
pTopicPublisher->publish(pMessage);
/* xaEnd */
pXATopicResource->end(pXid, XAResource::TMSUCCESS);
/* ===================================================
* Prepare-Rollback
* ===================================================
*/
/* xaPrepare */
pXATopicResource->prepare(pXid);
/* xaRollBack */
printf("Rolling back %d message\n", iNumMessages);
pXATopicResource->rollback(pXid);
/* ===================================================
* Prepare-Commit
* ===================================================
*/
/* xa start */
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printf("ERROR: XAResourcePrepare failed\n");
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printf("Resource Commit...\n");
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pXATopicResource->commit(pXid, true);
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pTopicPublisher->close();
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pXATopicSession->close();
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pXATopicConnection->close();
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delete(pMessage);
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delete(pTopicPublisher);
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delete(pXid);
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delete(pXATopicSession);
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delete(pTopic);
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delete(pXATopicConnection);
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delete(pXATopicConnectionFactory);
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}
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(271) * =========================================================
(272) *
Topic Subscriber
(273) * This routine demonstrates how to subsribe a message from a
(274) * topic.
(275) * =========================================================
(276) */
(277) void XATopicSub()
(278) {
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char
pTopicName[] = "eGateXAPubSubSample";
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int
iNumReceived = 0;
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char
szUserInput[8];
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try {
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/* Create a topic factory. */
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LookupXATopicConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
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/* Create a topic connection. */
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>createXATopicConnection();
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/* set client ID */
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pXATopicConnection->setClientID("eGate{7E527692-770A-11D5-B139(296)
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/* create XA session */
XATopicSession* pXATopicSession = pXATopicConnection>createXATopicSession();
/* get session */
TopicSession* pTopicSession = pXATopicSession->getTopicSession();
/* get XA resource */
XAResource* pXATopicResource = pXATopicSession->getXAResource();
/* create a Topic */
Topic* pTopic = pTopicSession->createTopic(pTopicName);
/* create a subscriber */
TopicSubscriber* pTopicSubscriber = pTopicSession>createDurableSubscriber(pTopic, (char*)"XATopicSubscriber");
/* connection start */
pXATopicConnection->start();
/* start xa resource */
Xid* pXid = CreateXid(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME);
int iMsgCount = 0;
do {
Message* pRMsg = 0;
/* associate the global transaction with the resource */
pXATopicResource->start(pXid, XAResource::TMNOFLAGS);
while(iMsgCount < iNumMessages){
pRMsg = pTopicSubscriber->receive();
printf("Received Message %d\n", iMsgCount);
iMsgCount++;
}
/* xaEnd */
pXATopicResource->end(pXid, XAResource::TMSUCCESS);
pXATopicResource->commit(pXid, true);
printf("Enter 'r' for receiving more message, 'q' for
exit\n");
scanf("%s", szUserInput);
//pTopicSession->commit();
iMsgCount = 0;
} while(szUserInput[0] != 'q' && szUserInput[0] != 'Q');
/* close and delete objects */
pTopicSubscriber->close();
//pTopicSession->unsubscribe((char*)"TopicSubscriber");
pXATopicSession->close();
pXATopicConnection->close();
/* delete objects */
delete(pTopic);
delete(pTopicSubscriber);
delete(pXid);
delete(pXATopicSession);
delete(pXATopicConnection);
delete(pXATopicConnectionFactory);
}
catch (JMSException &e)
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}
4.8
Sample Code for Using JMS in C++
From the Samples directory located on the e*Gate installation CD-ROM, navigate to the
jmsapi folder. Select the C folder and extract the sample files from this folder to the
computer that you have installed the e*Gate API Kit on. The samples were built using
Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0.
For the JMS API in C++, the following sample programs are provided on the product
CD-ROM:
Вѓ Publish/Subscribe Messaging Using C++ on page 166
Вѓ Queue Messaging (Sending/Receiving) Using C++ on page 170
Вѓ Request-Reply Messaging Using C++ on page 174
Вѓ Message Selector Using C++ on page 177
Вѓ XA Publish/Subscribe Messaging For JMS Using C++ on page 181
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*-------------------------------------------------------------------* Sample code to demonstrate JMS Pub/Sub.
*--------------------------------------------------------------------*
* Disclaimer:
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* Copyright 2002 by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation.
* All Rights Reserved.
*
Unless otherwise stipulated in a written agreement for this
* software, duly executed by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation, this
* software is provided as is without warranty of any kind. The
* entire risk as to the results and performance of this software
* is assumed by the user.SeeBeyond Technology Corporation disclaims
* all warranties, either express or implied, including but not
* limited, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a
* particular purpose, title and non-infringement, with respect to
* this software.
*
* -----------------------------------------------------------------*/
#include
<ms.h>
#include
<mslocale.h>
#define
char
char
char
static char
static unsigned short
unsigned long
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"stc_msclient.dll"
option1[] = "[ -u ] [ -p port ] [ -h hostname ]";
option2[] = "[ -c ] [ -p port ] [ -h hostname ]";
optdescription[] = "\t-u run as a
producer\n\t-c run as a consumer\n\t-p port
number\n\t-h
hostname\n";
localHost[] = "localhost";
susPort = 24053;
/* default port number */
sulMessageSize = 16;
/* default host name */
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spHostName;
subscriber();
publisher();
#ifndef WIN32
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#if defined(WIN32)
#include "sbyn_getopt.h"
#endif
#if defined(OS400)
extern char *optarg;
#endif
#if defined(__gnu__)
#include <getopt.h>
#endif
int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
int
c;
char
cOption = 0;
spHostName = localHost;
while((c = getopt(argc, argv, ":p:h:P:H:cCUu")) != -1) {
switch(c){
case 'p':
case 'P':
susPort = atoi(optarg); /* setup the port number */
break;
case 'h':
case 'H':
spHostName = optarg; /* setup the hostname */
break;
case 'U':
case 'u':
cOption = 'u';/* run as a producer */
break;
case 'c':
case 'C':
cOption = 'c';/* run as a consumer */
break;
case ':':
case '?':
printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], option1);
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], option2);
printf("%s\n", optdescription);
exit(1);
break;
}
}
if (cOption == 'u'){
publisher();/* invoke producer */
} else if (cOption == 'c'){
subscriber();/* invoke consumer */
} else {
printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], option1);
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], option2);
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return 0;
(100) }
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(103) /*
(104) * =========================================================
(105) * Topic Publisher
(106) * This routine demonstrates how to publish to a topic.
(107) * =========================================================
(108) */
(109) static void publisher()
(110) {
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char
pBuffer[] = "This is a text message";
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char
pTopicName[] = "PubSubSample";
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int
iMessagePriority = 4;
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long
iTimeToLive = 0;
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try {
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/* Create a topic factory. */
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LookupTopicConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
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>createTopicConnection();
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/* Set the client ID. */
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pTopicConnection->setClientID("TopicPublisher");
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/* Start the connection. */
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pTopicConnection->start();
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/* Create a topic session. */
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TopicSession* pTopicSession = pTopicConnection(134)
>createTopicSession(true, Session::AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
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/* Create a topic. */
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WString wsTopicName(pTopicName);
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Topic* pTopic = pTopicSession->createTopic(wsTopicName);
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/* Create a topic publisher. */
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TopicPublisher* pTopicPublisher = pTopicSession(142)
>createPublisher(pTopic);
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/* Create a text message. */
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TextMessage* pTextMessage = pTopicSession->createTextMessage();
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/* Clear the body (payload) of the message. */
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pTextMessage->clearBody();
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/* Copy in the text to be sent. */
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pTextMessage->setText(pBuffer);
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/* Set the JMSType of the message to "ASCII". */
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pTextMessage->setJMSType("ASCII");
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/* Publish the message. */
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pTopicPublisher->publish(pTextMessage);
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pTopicSession->commit();
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/* Close and clean up. */
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pTopicPublisher->close();
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pTopicSession->close();
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pTopicConnection->close();
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delete(pTextMessage);
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delete(pTopicPublisher);
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delete(pTopicSession);
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delete(pTopicConnection);
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delete(pTopicConnectionFactory);
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}
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catch (JMSException &e)
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{
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printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
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}
(177) }
(178)
(179) /*
(180) * =========================================================
(181) * Topic Subscriber
(182) * This routine demonstrates how to subsribe a message from
(183) * a topic.
(184) * =========================================================
(185) */
(186) static void subscriber() {
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char
szUserInput[80];
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char
pTopicName[] = "eGatePubSubSample";
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try {
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/* create a topic connection factory*/
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TopicConnectionFactory*
pTopicConnectionFactory =
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LookupTopicConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "", spHostName,
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susPort, 0, 0);
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/* create a topic connection */
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TopicConnection* pTopicConnection = pTopicConnectionFactory(198)
>createTopicConnection();
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/* set client ID */
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pTopicConnection->setClientID("TopicSubscriber");
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/* start connection */
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pTopicConnection->start();
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TopicSession* pTopicSession = pTopicConnection(208)
>createTopicSession(true, Session::AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
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/* create a topic */
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WString wsTopicName(pTopicName);
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Topic* pTopic = pTopicSession->createTopic(wsTopicName);
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>createDurableSubscriber(pTopic, (char*)"TopicPublisher");
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printf("Waiting for message ... \n");
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TextMessage* pReceivedTextMessage;
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do {
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/* waiting for incoming messages */
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if (pReceivedTextMessage){
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WString wsJMSType = pReceivedTextMessage->getJMSType();
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WString wsText = pReceivedTextMessage->getText();
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string strText;
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strText = MsLocale::WideStringToString(wsText).c_str();
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cout << "Received Text Message " << strText << endl;
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}
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printf("Enter 'r' for receiving more message, 'q' for exit\n");
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scanf("%s", szUserInput);
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} while ( szUserInput[0] != 'q' && szUserInput[0] != 'Q' );
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/* close and delete objects */
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pTopicSubscriber->close();
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pTopicSession->close();
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pTopicConnection->close();
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delete(pReceivedTextMessage);
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delete(pTopicSubscriber);
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delete(pTopicSession);
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delete(pTopicConnection);
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delete(pTopicConnectionFactory);
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}
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catch (JMSException &e)
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{
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printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
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Sample code to demonstrate JMS Queue Messaging using C++.
*
* ------------------------------------------------------------------*
* Disclaimer:
*
*
Copyright 2002 by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation.
*
All Rights Reserved.
*
*
Unless otherwise stipulated in a written agreement for this
*
software, duly executed by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation,
*
this software is provided as is without warranty of any kind.
*
The entire risk as to the results and performance of this software
*
is assumed by the user. SeeBeyond Technology Corporation disclaims
*
all warranties, either express or implied, including but not
*
limited, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for
*
a particular purpose, title and non-infringement, with respect
*
to this software.
* -----------------------------------------------------------------*/
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<ms.h>
#include
<mslocale.h>
#ifndef WIN32
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#if defined(WIN32)
#include "sbyn_getopt.h"
#endif
#if defined(OS400)
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#endif
#define
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static
char
void sender();
void receiver();
char
char
char*
char
static unsigned short
int
char
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optionProducer[] = "[ -u ] [ -p port ]
[ -h hostname ]";
optionConsumer[] = "[ -c ] [ -p port ]
[ -h hostname ]";
optdescription[] = "\t-u run as a
producer\n\t-c run as a consumer\n\t-p
port number\n\t-h hostname\n";
spHostName;
localHost[] = "localhost";
susPort = 24053;
iErr;
szErrBuf[256];
int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
int
c;
char
cOption = 0;
spHostName = localHost;
while((c = getopt(argc, argv, ":p:h:P:H:cCUu")) != -1) {
switch(c){
case 'p':
case 'P':
susPort = atoi(optarg); /* setup the port number */
break;
case 'h':
case 'H':
spHostName = optarg;
/* setup the hostname */
break;
case 'U':
case 'u':
cOption = 'u';
/* run as a producer */
break;
case 'c':
case 'C':
cOption = 'c';
/* run as a consumer */
break;
case ':':
case '?':
printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
printf("%s\n", optdescription);
exit(1);
break;
}
}
if (cOption == 'u'){
sender();
/* invoke producer */
} else if (cOption == 'c'){
receiver();
/* invoke consumer */
} else {
printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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(107) * =========================================================
(108) * Queue Sender
(109) * This routine demonstrates how to send message to a queue.
(110) * =========================================================
(111) */
(112) static void sender()
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pQueueName[] = "P2PSample";
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const int
MAX_MESSAGE_SIZE = 60;
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char
pBuffer[] = "This is a text message";
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try {
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/* Create a queue connection factory */
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QueueConnectionFactory* pQueueConnectionFactory =
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LookupQueueConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
spHostName, susPort, 0, 0);
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/* Create a queue connection */
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QueueConnection* pQueueConnection = pQueueConnectionFactory>createQueueConnection();
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/* Set the client ID */
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pQueueConnection->setClientID("SENDER");
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/* Start the connection */
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pQueueConnection->start();
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/* Create a queue session */
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QueueSession* pQueueSession = pQueueConnection>createQueueSession(true, Session::CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
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/* Create a queue */
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WString wsQueueName(pQueueName);
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Queue* pQueue = pQueueSession->createQueue(wsQueueName);
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/* Create a queue sender */
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QueueSender* pQueueSender = pQueueSession->createSender(pQueue);
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/* Create a text message */
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TextMessage* pTextMessage = pQueueSession->createTextMessage();
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/* set the mode to r/w */
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pTextMessage->clearBody();
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/* Set the JMSType of the message to "ASCII". */
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pTextMessage->setJMSType("ASCII");
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/* Copy in the text to be sent. */
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pTextMessage->setText(pBuffer);
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/* send out the message */
(155) cout << "Sending Text Message: " << pBuffer << endl;
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pQueueSender->send(pTextMessage);
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/* session commit */
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pQueueSession->commit();
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/* close and delete the objects */
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pQueueSender->close();
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pQueueSession->close();
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pQueueConnection->close();
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delete(pTextMessage);
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delete(pQueueSender);
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delete(pQueue);
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delete(pQueueSession);
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delete(pQueueConnection);
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delete(pQueueConnectionFactory);
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}
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catch (JMSException &e)
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{
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printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
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}
(177) }
(178)
(179) /*
(180) * =========================================================
(181) * Queue Receiver
(182) * This routine demonstrates how to receive a message from a
(183) * queue.
(184) * =========================================================
(185) */
(186) static void receiver() {
(187)
char
szUserInput[80];
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char
pQueueName[] = "eGateP2PSample";
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try {
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/* Create a queue connection factory */
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QueueConnectionFactory* pQueueConnectionFactory =
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LookupQueueConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
spHostName, susPort, 0, 0);
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/* Create a queue connection */
(196)
QueueConnection* pQueueConnection = pQueueConnectionFactory>createQueueConnection();
(197)
(198)
/* Set the client ID */
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pQueueConnection->setClientID("RECEIVER");
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/* Start the connection */
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pQueueConnection->start();
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/* Create a queue session */
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QueueSession* pQueueSession = pQueueConnection>createQueueSession(true, Session::CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
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/* Create a queue */
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WString wsQueueName(pQueueName);
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Queue* pQueue = pQueueSession->createQueue(wsQueueName);
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/* Create a queue receiver */
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QueueReceiver* pQueueReceiver = pQueueSession>createReceiver(pQueue);
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printf("Waiting for message ... \n");
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TextMessage* pReceivedTextMessage;
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do {
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/* waiting for incoming messages */
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Message* pReceivedMessage = pQueueReceiver->receive();
pReceivedTextMessage = DYNAMIC_CAST(TextMessage,
pReceivedMessage);
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if (pReceivedTextMessage){
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WString wsJMSType = pReceivedTextMessage->getJMSType();
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WString wsText = pReceivedTextMessage->getText();
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string strText;
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strText = MsLocale::WideStringToString(wsText).c_str();
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cout << "Received Text Message " << strText << endl;
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}
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printf("Enter 'r' for receiving more message, 'q' for
exit\n");
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scanf("%s", szUserInput);
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} while ( szUserInput[0] != 'q' && szUserInput[0] != 'Q' );
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(231)
/* close and delete objects */
(232)
pQueueReceiver->close();
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pQueueSession->close();
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pQueueConnection->close();
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delete(pReceivedTextMessage);
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delete(pQueueReceiver);
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delete(pQueueSession);
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delete(pQueueConnection);
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delete(pQueueConnectionFactory);
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}
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catch (JMSException &e)
(242)
{
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printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
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}
(245) }
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/* -----------------------------------------------------------------* Sample code to demonstrate JMS Request-Reply messaging using C++
* ------------------------------------------------------------------*
* Disclaimer:
*
*
Copyright 2002 by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation.
*
All Rights Reserved.
*
*
Unless otherwise stipulated in a written agreement for this
*
software,
*
duly executed by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation, this software is
*
provided as is without warranty of any kind. The entire risk as to
*
the results and performance of this software is assumed by the
*
user. SeeBeyond Technology Corporation disclaims all warranties,
*
either
*
express or implied, including but not limited, the implied
*
warranties
*
of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title and
*
non-infringement, with respect to this software.
* -----------------------------------------------------------------*/
#include
#include
<ms.h>
<mslocale.h>
#ifndef WIN32
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#if defined(WIN32)
#include "sbyn_getopt.h"
#endif
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#if defined(OS400)
extern char *optarg;
#endif
#if defined(__gnu__)
#include <getopt.h>
#endif
#define
MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME
"stc_msclient.dll"
static void requestor();
char
char
char*
char
static unsigned short
char
optionRequestor[] = "[ -r ] [ -p port ]
[ -h hostname ]";
optdescription[] = "\t-r
run as a
requestor\n\tp port number\n\t-h hostname\n";
spHostName;
localHost[] = "localhost";
susPort = 24053;
pQueueName[] = "QueueRequestorSample";
int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
int
c;
char
cOption = 0;
spHostName = localHost;
while((c = getopt(argc, argv, ":p:h:P:H:rR")) != -1) {
switch(c){
case 'p':
case 'P':
susPort = atoi(optarg); /* setup the port number */
break;
case 'h':
case 'H':
spHostName = optarg;
/* setup the hostname */
break;
case 'R':
case 'r':
cOption = 'r';
/* run as a requestor */
break;
case ':':
case '?':
printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionRequestor);
printf("%s\n", optdescription);
exit(1);
}
}
if (cOption == 'r'){
requestor();/* invoke requestor */
} else {
printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionRequestor);
printf("%s\n", optdescription);
exit(1);
}
return 0;
}
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(97) /*
(98) * =========================================================
(99) * Queue Requestor
(100) * This routine demonstrates how to do Request/Reply.
(101) * =========================================================
(102) */
(103) void requestor(){
(104)
char pBuffer[] = "This is a text message";
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try {
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/* Create a queue connection factory */
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QueueConnectionFactory* pQueueConnectionFactory =
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LookupQueueConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
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spHostName, susPort, 0, 0);
(111)
(112)
/* Create a queue connection */
(113)
QueueConnection* pQueueConnection = pQueueConnectionFactory(114)
>createQueueConnection();
(115)
(116)
/* Set the client ID */
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pQueueConnection->setClientID("REQUESTOR");
(118)
(119)
/* Start the connection */
(120)
pQueueConnection->start();
(121)
(122)
(123)
/* Create a queue session */
(124)
QueueSession* pQueueSession = pQueueConnection(125)
>createQueueSession(false, Session::CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE);
(126)
(127)
/* Create a queue */
(128)
WString wsQueueName(pQueueName);
(129)
Queue* pQueue = pQueueSession->createQueue(wsQueueName);
(130)
(131)
/* Create a queue requestor */
(132)
QueueRequestor* pQueueRequestor = new QueueRequestor(pQueueSession,
(133)
pQueue);
(134)
(135)
(136)
/* Create a text message */
(137)
TextMessage* pTextMessage = pQueueSession->createTextMessage();
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(139)
/* set the mode to r/w */
(140)
pTextMessage->clearBody();
(141)
(142)
/* Copy in the text to be sent. */
(143)
pTextMessage->setText(pBuffer);
(144)
(145)
/* Set ReplyTo destination */
(146)
pTextMessage->setJMSReplyTo(pQueue);
(147)
(148)
/* Make a request and wait for a reply */
(149)
Message* pReplyMessage = pQueueRequestor->request(pTextMessage,
(150)
100000);
(151)
TextMessage* pReplyTextMessage = DYNAMIC_CAST(TextMessage,
(152)
pReplyMessage);
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if (pReplyTextMessage){
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WString wsText = pReplyTextMessage->getText();
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string strText;
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strText = MsLocale::WideStringToString(wsText).c_str();
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cout << "Received Text Message " << strText << endl;
(158)
}
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delete(pReplyTextMessage);
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/* close and delete objects */
pQueueSession->close();
pQueueConnection->close();
delete(pTextMessage);
delete(pQueueRequestor);
delete(pQueue);
delete(pQueueSession);
delete(pQueueConnection);
delete(pQueueConnectionFactory);
}
catch (JMSException &e)
{
printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
}
Message Selector Using C++
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*-------------------------------------------------------------------* Sample code to demonstrate JMS pub/sub messaging with selector.
*--------------------------------------------------------------------*
* Disclaimer:
*
* Copyright 2002 by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation.
* All Rights Reserved.
*
Unless otherwise stipulated in a written agreement for this
* software, duly executed by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation, this
* software is provided as is without warranty of any kind. The
* entire risk as to the results and performance of this software
* is assumed by the user.SeeBeyond Technology Corporation disclaims
* all warranties, either express or implied, including but not
* limited, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a
* particular purpose, title and non-infringement, with respect to
* this software.
*
* -----------------------------------------------------------------*/
#include
#include
<ms.h>
<mslocale.h>
#ifndef WIN32
#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#if defined(WIN32)
#include "sbyn_getopt.h"
#endif
#if defined(OS400)
extern char *optarg;
#endif
#if defined(__gnu__)
#include <getopt.h>
#endif
#define
char
char
char
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optionConsumer[] = "[ -c ] [ -p port ]
[ -h hostname ]";
optdescription[] = "\t-u run as a
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port number\n\t-h hostname\n";
(47) static char
localHost[] = "localhost";
(48) static unsigned short
susPort = 24053; /* default port number */
(49) unsigned long
sulMessageSize = 16; /* default host name */
(50) static char*
spHostName;
(51) static char PROP_NAME[] = "property";
(52)
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(54) static void selector_publisher();
(55) static void selector_subscriber();
(56)
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(58) int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
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int
c;
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char
cOption = 0;
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spHostName = localHost;
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while((c = getopt(argc, argv, ":p:h:P:H:cCUu")) != -1) {
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switch(c){
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case 'p':
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case 'P':
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susPort = atoi(optarg); /* setup the port number */
(69)
break;
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case 'h':
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case 'H':
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spHostName = optarg;
/* setup the hostname */
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break;
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case 'U':
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case 'u':
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cOption = 'u';
/* run as a producer */
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break;
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case 'c':
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case 'C':
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cOption = 'c';
/* run as a consumer */
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break;
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case ':':
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case '?':
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
(89)
break;
(90)
}
(91)
}
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if (cOption == 'u'){
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selector_publisher();
/* invoke producer */
(95)
} else if (cOption == 'c'){
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selector_subscriber();
/* invoke consumer */
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} else {
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
(103)
}
(104) return 0;
(105) }
(106)
(107) /*
(108) * =========================================================
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(110) * This routine demonstrates how to publish to a topic.
(111) * =========================================================
(112) */
(113) static void selector_publisher(){
(114)
int
ii;
(115)
static char
pTopicName[] = "Selector";
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try {
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/* Create a topic factory. */
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TopicConnectionFactory* pTopicConnectionFactory =
(120)
LookupTopicConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
(121)
spHostName, susPort, 0, 0);
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(123)
/* Create a topic connection. */
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TopicConnection* pTopicConnection = pTopicConnectionFactory(125)
>createTopicConnection();
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/* Set the client ID. */
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pTopicConnection->setClientID("TopicPublisher");
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/* Start the connection. */
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pTopicConnection->start();
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/* Create a topic session. */
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TopicSession* pTopicSession = pTopicConnection(135)
>createTopicSession(true, Session::AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
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/* Create a topic. */
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WString wsTopicName(pTopicName);
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Topic* pTopic = pTopicSession->createTopic(wsTopicName);
(140)
(141)
/* Create a topic publisher. */
(142)
TopicPublisher* pTopicPublisher = pTopicSession(143)
>createPublisher(pTopic);
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/* Set delivery mode as persistent */
(147)
pTopicPublisher->setDeliveryMode(DeliveryMode::PERSISTENT);
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(149)
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/* publish 10 messages to the topic */
(151)
TextMessage* msglist[10];
(152)
for(ii=0; ii<10 ;ii++){
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int index;
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char buf[80];
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/* Create a text message. */
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msglist[ii] = pTopicSession->createTextMessage();
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/* Clear the body (payload) of the message. */
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msglist[ii]->clearBody();
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index = ii % 10;
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sprintf(buf, "%d", index);
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/* Set the string property */
(165)
msglist[ii]->setStringProperty(PROP_NAME, buf);
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/* Copy in the text to be sent. */
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msglist[ii]->setText("This is a text message");
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/* Publish the message. */
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pTopicPublisher->publish(msglist[ii]);
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printf("... Published 1 message with property %s = %d\n",
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PROP_NAME, ii);
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}
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/* Commit the session. */
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pTopicSession->commit();
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/* close and delete objects */
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pTopicPublisher->close();
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pTopicSession->close();
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pTopicConnection->close();
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for (ii = 0; ii < 10; ii++){
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delete(msglist[ii]);
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}
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delete(pTopicPublisher);
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delete(pTopicSession);
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delete(pTopicConnection);
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delete(pTopicConnectionFactory);
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}
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catch (JMSException &e)
(193)
{
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printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
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}
(196) }
(197)
(198) /*
(199) * =========================================================
(200) * Topic Subscriber
(201) * This routine demonstrates how to subsribe a message from a
(202) * topic.
(203) * =========================================================
(204) */
(205) static void selector_subscriber(){
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char
selectorString[80];
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char
selectorSubscriberName[80];
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int
selector = 7;
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char*
selectorName;
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char
pTopicName[] = "eGateSelector";
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try {
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/* create a topic connection factory */
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TopicConnectionFactory* pTopicConnectionFactory =
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LookupTopicConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
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spHostName, susPort, 0, 0);
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/* Create a topic connection. */
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TopicConnection* pTopicConnection = pTopicConnectionFactory(220)
>createTopicConnection();
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/* Set the client ID. */
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pTopicConnection->setClientID("Publisher");
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/* Start the connection. */
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pTopicConnection->start();
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/* Create a topic session. */
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TopicSession* pTopicSession = pTopicConnection>createTopicSession(true, Session::AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
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/* Create a topic. */
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WString wsTopicName(pTopicName);
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Topic* pTopic = pTopicSession->createTopic(wsTopicName);
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/* Create subscriber with selector*/
sprintf(selectorString, "%s = '%d'", PROP_NAME, selector);
sprintf(selectorSubscriberName, "SelectorSubscriber%d", selector);
TopicSubscriber* pTopicSubscriber = pTopicSession>createDurableSubscriber(pTopic, selectorSubscriberName,
selectorString, 0);
/* Get message using selector */
selectorName = pTopicSubscriber->getMessageSelector();
printf("using selector: %s\n", selectorName);
Message* pMessage;
for (pMessage = pTopicSubscriber->receive();
pMessage != 0;
pMessage = pTopicSubscriber->receive(1000))
{
string strProperty = MsLocale::WideStringToString(pMessage>getStringProperty(PROP_NAME)).c_str();
cout << "Received 1 message with " << PROP_NAME << " = " <<
strProperty << endl;;
delete(pMessage);
}
/* Session commit */
pTopicSession->commit();
/* Close and delete objects */
pTopicSubscriber->close();
pTopicSession->close();
pTopicConnection->close();
delete(pTopicSubscriber);
delete(pTopicSession);
delete(pTopicConnection);
delete(pTopicConnectionFactory);
}
catch (JMSException &e)
{
printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
}
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* Sample code to demonstrate JMS Pub/Sub in XA.
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*
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* Copyright 2002 by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation.
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* All Rights Reserved.
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*
Unless otherwise stipulated in a written agreement for this
(10) * software, duly executed by SeeBeyond Technology Corporation, this
(11) * software is provided as is without warranty of any kind. The
(12) * entire risk as to the results and performance of this software
(13) * is assumed by the user.SeeBeyond Technology Corporation disclaims
(14) * all warranties, either express or implied, including but not
(15) * limited, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a
(16) * particular purpose, title and non-infringement, with respect to
(17) * this software. *
(18) * ---------------------------------------------------------------(19) #include
<ms.h>
(20) #include
<msxa.h>
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<mslocale.h>
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#include <unistd.h>
#endif
#if defined(WIN32)
#include "sbyn_getopt.h"
#endif
#if defined(OS400)
extern char *optarg;
#endif
#if defined(__gnu__)
#include <getopt.h>
#endif
char
optionProducer[] = "[ -u ] [ -p port ] [ -h
hostname ]";
char
optionConsumer[] = "[ -c ] [ -p port ] [ -h
hostname ]";
char
optdescription[] = "\t-u
run as a
producer\n\t-c run as a consumer\n\t-p port number\n\t-h
hostname\n";
static char
localHost[] = "localhost";
static unsigned short
susPort = 24053; /* default port number */
unsigned long
sulMessageSize = 16; /* default host name */
static char*
spHostName;
static int
iNumMessages = 10;
static char
szText[] = "This is a text message";
static void XATopicPub();
static void XATopicSub();
#define MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME "stc_msclient.dll"
int main(int argc, char *argv[]) {
int
c;
char
cOption = 0;
spHostName = localHost;
while((c = getopt(argc, argv, ":p:h:P:H:cCUu")) != -1) {
switch(c){
case 'p':
case 'P':
susPort = atoi(optarg); /* setup the port number */
break;
case 'h':
case 'H':
spHostName = optarg;
/* setup the hostname */
break;
case 'U':
case 'u':
cOption = 'u';
/* run as a producer */
break;
case 'c':
case 'C':
cOption = 'c';
/* run as a consumer */
break;
case ':':
case '?':
printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
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break;
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}
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}
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if (cOption == 'u'){
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XATopicPub();
/* invoke producer */
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} else if (cOption == 'c'){
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XATopicSub();
/* invoke consumer */
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} else {
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printf("\nSYNOPSIS\n");
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionProducer);
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printf("%s %s\n", argv[0], optionConsumer);
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printf("%s\n", optdescription);
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exit(1);
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}
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return 0;
(101) }
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(104) * =========================================================
(105) * Publish Message
(106) *
This routine publishes iNumMessages to the topic
(107) * =========================================================
(108) */
(109) static void PublishMessage(TopicPublisher* pPublisher, Message*
pMessage, int iNumMessages)
(110) {
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int ii;
(112)
for ( ii = 0; ii < iNumMessages; ii++){
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pMessage->setIntProperty("Sequence", ii);
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printf("Sending Message: Sequence number %d\n", ii);
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pPublisher->publish(pMessage);
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}
(117) }
(118)
(119)
(120) /*
(121) * =========================================================
(122) * Receive Message
(123) *
This routine block on receiving message for maximum iWait
(124) *
seconds before return.
(125) * =========================================================
(126) */
(127) static int SubscriberReceiveMessage(TopicSubscriber* pSub,
TopicSession* pSession)
(128) {
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int iMsgCount = 0;
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Message* pRMsg = 0;
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char szUserInput[8];
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printf("Waiting for message ... \n");
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do {
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pRMsg = pSub->receive();
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printf("Received Message %d\n", iMsgCount);
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iMsgCount++;
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if (iMsgCount >= iNumMessages){
(138)
printf("Enter 'r' for receiving more message, 'q' for
exit\n");
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scanf("%s", szUserInput);
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pSession->commit();
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iMsgCount = 0;
(142)
}
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} while(szUserInput[0] != 'q' && szUserInput[0] != 'Q');
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return iMsgCount;
(146) }
(147)
(148) /*
(149) * =========================================================
(150) * Topic Publisher
(151) *
This routine demonstrates how to publish to a topic.
(152) * =========================================================
(153) */
(154) void XATopicPub()
(155) {
(156)
char
pTopicName[] = "XAPubSubSample";
(157)
Xid *pXid;
(158)
(159)
try {
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/* Create a topic factory. */
(161)
XATopicConnectionFactory* pXATopicConnectionFactory =
(162)
LookupXATopicConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
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spHostName, susPort, 0, 0);
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(165)
/* Create a topic connection. */
(166)
XATopicConnection* pXATopicConnection = pXATopicConnectionFactory(167)
>createXATopicConnection();
(168)
(169)
/* set client ID */
(170)
pXATopicConnection->setClientID("eGate{7E527692-770A-11D5-B139(171)
935EB6E85DBD}");
(172)
(173)
/* create XA session */
(174)
XATopicSession* pXATopicSession = pXATopicConnection(175)
>createXATopicSession();
(176)
(177)
/* get session */
(178)
TopicSession* pTopicSession = pXATopicSession->getTopicSession();
(179)
(180)
/* get XA resource */
(181)
XAResource* pXATopicResource = pXATopicSession->getXAResource();
(182)
(183)
/* create a Topic */
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Topic* pTopic = pTopicSession->createTopic(pTopicName);
(185)
(186)
/* create a publisher */
(187)
TopicPublisher* pTopicPublisher = pTopicSession(188)
>createPublisher(pTopic);
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(190)
/* connection start */
(191)
pXATopicConnection->start();
(192)
(193)
/* create xa id */
(194)
pXid = CreateXid(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME);
(195)
(196)
/* associate the global transaction with the resource */
(197)
pXATopicResource->start(pXid, XAResource::TMNOFLAGS);
(198)
(199)
/* create a meesage */
(200)
TextMessage* pMessage = pXATopicSession->createTextMessage();
(201)
(202)
/* set mode to r/w */
(203)
pMessage->clearBody();
(204)
(205)
/* write bytes */
(206)
pMessage->setText((char*)szText);
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/* publish message */
printf("Sending %d messages\n", iNumMessages);
pTopicPublisher->publish(pMessage);
/* xaEnd */
pXATopicResource->end(pXid, XAResource::TMSUCCESS);
/* ===================================================
* Prepare-Rollback
* ===================================================
*/
/* xaPrepare */
pXATopicResource->prepare(pXid);
/* xaRollBack */
printf("Rolling back %d message\n", iNumMessages);
pXATopicResource->rollback(pXid);
/* ===================================================
* Prepare-Commit
* ===================================================
*/
/* xa start */
pXATopicResource->start(pXid, XAResource::TMNOFLAGS);
/* send message */
printf("Sending %d messages\n", iNumMessages);
PublishMessage(pTopicPublisher, pMessage, iNumMessages);
/* xaEnd */
pXATopicResource->end(pXid, XAResource::TMSUCCESS);
/* xaPrepare */
if (XAResource::XA_OK != pXATopicResource->prepare(pXid))
{
printf("ERROR: XAResourcePrepare failed\n");
}
/* xa commit */
printf("Resource Commit...\n");
pXATopicResource->commit(pXid, true);
/* Close and clean up. */
pTopicPublisher->close();
pXATopicSession->close();
pXATopicConnection->close();
delete(pMessage);
delete(pTopicPublisher);
delete(pXid);
delete(pXATopicSession);
delete(pTopic);
delete(pXATopicConnection);
delete(pXATopicConnectionFactory);
}
catch (JMSException &e)
{
printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
}
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(272) *
Topic Subscriber
(273) * This routine demonstrates how to subsribe a message from a
(274) * topic.
(275) * =========================================================
(276) */
(277) void XATopicSub()
(278) {
(279)
char
pTopicName[] = "eGateXAPubSubSample";
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int
iNumReceived = 0;
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char
szUserInput[8];
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try {
(284)
/* Create a topic factory. */
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XATopicConnectionFactory* pXATopicConnectionFactory =
(286)
LookupXATopicConnectionFactory(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME, "",
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spHostName, susPort, 0, 0);
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/* Create a topic connection. */
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XATopicConnection* pXATopicConnection = pXATopicConnectionFactory(291)
>createXATopicConnection();
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(293)
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/* set client ID */
(295)
pXATopicConnection->setClientID("eGate{7E527692-770A-11D5-B139(296)
3456789}");
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/* create XA session */
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XATopicSession* pXATopicSession = pXATopicConnection(300)
>createXATopicSession();
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/* get session */
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TopicSession* pTopicSession = pXATopicSession->getTopicSession();
(304)
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/* get XA resource */
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XAResource* pXATopicResource = pXATopicSession->getXAResource();
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/* create a Topic */
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Topic* pTopic = pTopicSession->createTopic(pTopicName);
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/* create a subscriber */
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TopicSubscriber* pTopicSubscriber = pTopicSession(313)
>createDurableSubscriber(pTopic, (char*)"XATopicSubscriber");
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/* connection start */
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pXATopicConnection->start();
(317)
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/* start xa resource */
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Xid* pXid = CreateXid(MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME);
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int iMsgCount = 0;
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do {
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Message* pRMsg = 0;
(325)
/* associate the global transaction with the resource */
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pXATopicResource->start(pXid, XAResource::TMNOFLAGS);
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while(iMsgCount < iNumMessages){
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pRMsg = pTopicSubscriber->receive();
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printf("Received Message %d\n", iMsgCount);
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iMsgCount++;
(331)
}
(332)
/* xaEnd */
(333)
pXATopicResource->end(pXid, XAResource::TMSUCCESS);
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pXATopicResource->commit(pXid, true);
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printf("Enter 'r' for receiving more message, 'q' for
exit\n");
scanf("%s", szUserInput);
//pTopicSession->commit();
iMsgCount = 0;
} while(szUserInput[0] != 'q' && szUserInput[0] != 'Q');
/* close and delete objects */
pTopicSubscriber->close();
//pTopicSession->unsubscribe((char*)"TopicSubscriber");
pXATopicSession->close();
pXATopicConnection->close();
/* delete objects */
delete(pTopic);
delete(pTopicSubscriber);
delete(pXid);
delete(pXATopicSession);
delete(pXATopicConnection);
delete(pXATopicConnectionFactory);
}
catch (JMSException &e)
{
printf("JMS error: %s\n", e.getMessage());
}
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For Java
Вѓ The Standard Specification for the JMS API on page 188
Вѓ Supported Java Classes for SeeBeyond JMS on page 188
Вѓ Supported JMS Interfaces on page 199
For COM+
Вѓ The Message Service COM+ APIs on page 282
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Вѓ The C API for SeeBeyond JMS on page 346
Вѓ Error Codes and Messages in the C API for JMS on page 446
For C++
The C++ API for Seebeyond JMS on page 449
5.1
The Standard Specification for the JMS API
The JMS API specification defined by Sun is available as a Javadoc. It can be
downloaded from:
http://java.sun.com/products/jms/docs.html
5.2
Supported Java Classes for SeeBeyond JMS
The SeeBeyond JMS e*Way contains Java methods that are used to extend the
functionality of the e*Way. These methods are contained in the following classes:
The current implementation of JMS Java APIs within the e*Gate API Kit supports the
following classes:
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com.seebeyond.jms.client.STCTopicRequestor
Helper class to simplify making service requests.
The STCTopicRequestor Method
Constructs the TopicRequestor.
STCTopicRequestor(Session session, Topic topic)
Name
Description
session
The name of the topic session.
topic
The name of the topic.
The Request Method
Send a request and wait for a reply
public com.seebeyond.jms.client.Message
request(com.seebeyond.jms.client.Message message)
throws com.seebeyond.jms.client.JMSException
Name
Description
message
The message text.
Throws
com.seebeyond.jms.client.JMSException
The Request Method
Send a request and wait for a reply
public com.seebeyond.jms.client.Message
request(com.seebeyond.jms.client.Message message long l)
throws com.seebeyond.jms.client.JMSException
Name
Description
message
The message text.
l
The amount of time to wait for a message in
milliseconds.
The Close Method
Since a provide may allocate resources on behalf of an STCTopicRequestor outside of
the JVM, clients should close them, when they are not needed.
void close( )
throws com.seebeyond.jms.client.JMSException
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com.seebeyond.jms.STCQueueRequestor
Helper class to simplify making service requests.
The STCQueueRequestor Method
Construct the QueueRequestor.
STCQueueRequestor(com.seebeyond.jms.client.QueueSession queuesession,
com.seebeyond.jms.client.Queue queue1)
Name
Description
queuesession
The QueueSession.
queue1
Queue name.
The Request Method
The Request method sends a request and waits for a reply.
public com.seebeyond.jms.client.Message
request(com.seebeyond.jms.client.Message message)
throws com.seebeyond.jms.client.JMSException
Name
message
Description
The message.
The Request Method
The Request method sends a request and waits for a reply.
public com.seebeyond.jms.client.Message
request(com.seebeyond.jms.client Message message, long l)
Name
5.2.3.
Description
message
The message.
l
The amount of time to wait for a message in
milliseconds.
class javax.jms.JMSException
public class JMSException
extends java.lang.Exception
This is the root class of all JMS API exceptions.
This class provides the following information:
Вѓ A provider-specific string describing the error. This string is the standard exception
message and is available via the getMessage method.
Вѓ A provider-specific string error code
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Вѓ A reference to another exception. Often a JMS API exception will be the result of a
lower-level problem. If appropriate, this lower-level exception can be linked to the
JMS API exception.
The JMSException Method
Construct a JMSException with reason and errorCode for the exception.
public JMSException(java.lang.String reason,
java.lang.String errorCode)
Name
Description
reason
A description of the exception
errorCode
A string specifying the vendor specific error code.
The JMSException Method
Construct a JMSException with a reason and with error code defaulting to null.
public JMSException(java.lang.String reason)
Name
reason
Description
A description of the exception
The getErrorCode Method
Gets the vendor specific error code.
public java.lang.String getErrorCode()
The getLinkedException
Gets the exception linked to this exception.
public java.lang.Exception getLinkedException()
The setLinkedException
Adds a linked exception.
public void setLinkedException(java.lang.Exception ex)
Name
ex
5.2.4.
Description
The linked exception.
class javax.jms.IllegalStateException
public class IllegalStateException
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extends JMSException.
This exception is thrown when a method is invoked at an illegal or inappropriate time
or if the JMS IQ server is not in an appropriate state for the requested operation.
The IllegalStateException Method
Constructs an IllegalStateException with reason and errorCode for exception.
public IllegalStateException(java.lang.String reason,
java.lang.String errorCode)
Name
Description
reason
A description of the exception
errorCode
A string specifying the vendor specific error code.
The IllegalStateException Method
Constructs an IllegalStateException with reason. Error code defaults to null.
public IllegalStateException(java.lang.String reason)
5.2.5.
class.javax.jms.InvalidClientIDException
public class InvalidClientIDException
extends JMSException.
This exception is thrown when a client attempts to set a connection's client ID to a value
that is rejected by JMS IQ server.
The InvalidClientIDException
Constructs an InvalidClientIDException with reason and errorCode for exception.
public InvalidClientIDExceptin(java.lang.String reason,
java.lang.String errorCode)
Name
Description
reason
A description of the exception
errorCode
A string specifying the vendor specific error code.
The InvalidClientIDException
Constructs an InvalidClientIDException with reason. The error code defaults to null.
public InvalidClientIDException(java.lang.String reason)
Name
reason
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class javax.jms.InvalidDestinationException
public class InvalidDestinationException
extends JMSException.
This exception is thrown when a destination either is not understood by the JMS IQ
server or is no longer valid.
The InvalidDestinationException Method
Constructs an InvalidDestinationException with reason and errorCode for exception.
public InvalidDestinationException(java.lang.String reason,
java.lang.String errorCode)
Name
Description
reason
A description of the exception
errorCode
A string specifying the vendor specific error code.
The InvalidDestinationException Method
Constructs an InvalidDestinationException with reason. The error code defaults to null.
public InvalidDestinationException(java.lang.String reason)
Name
reason
5.2.7.
Description
A description of the exception
class javax.jms.InvalidSelectorException
public class InvalidSelectorException
extends JMSException.
This exception is thrown when a JMS client attempts to give the JMS IQ server a
message selector with invalid syntax.
The InvalidSelectorException Method
Constructs an InvalidSelectorException with reason and errorCode for exception.
public InvalidSelectorException(java.lang.String reason,
java.lang.String errorCode)
Name
Description
reason
A description of the exception
errorCode
A string specifying the vendor specific error code.
The InvalidSelectorException Method
Constructs an InvalidSelectorException with reason. The error code defaults to null.
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public InvalidSelectorException(java.lang.String reason)
Name
reason
5.2.8.
Description
A description of the exception
class javax.jms.JMSSecurityException
public class JMSSecurityException
extends JMSException
This exception is thrown when JMS IQ server rejects a user name/password submitted
by a client. It is also thrown when any case of a security restriction prevents a method
from completing.
The JMSSecurityException Method
Constructs a JMSSecurityException with reason.
public JMSSecurityExcpetion(java.lang.String reason,
java.lang.String errorCode)
Name
Description
reason
A description of the exception
errorCode
A string specifying the vendor specific error code.
The JMSSecurityException Method
Constructs a JMSSecurityException with reason. Error code default to null.
Name
reason
5.2.9.
Description
A description of the exception
class javax.jms.MessageEOFException
public class MessageEOFException
extends JMSException
This exception is thrown when an unexpected end of stream has been reached when a
StreamMessage or BytesMessage is being read.
The MessageEOFException Method
Constructs a MessageEOFException with reason and errorCode for exception.
public MessageEOFExceptin(java.lang.String reason,
java.lang.String errorCode)
Name
reason
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errorCode
Description
A string specifying the vendor specific error code.
The MessageEOFException
Constructs a MessageEOFException with reason. The error code defaults to null.
public MessageEOFExcpetion(java.lang.String reason)
Name
reason
5.2.10.
Description
A description of the exception
class javax.jms.MessageFormatException
public class MessageFormatException
extends JMSException
This exception is thrown when a JMS client attempts to use a data type not supported by
a message or attempts to read data in a message as the wrong type. It is also thrown
when equivalent type errors are made with message property values. For example, this
exception is thrown if StreamMessage.writeObject is given an unsupported class or if
StreamMessage.readShort is used to read a boolean value. Note that the special case
of a failure caused by an attempt to read improperly formatted String data as numeric
values throw a java.lang.NumberFormatException.
The MessageFormatException Method
Constructs a MessageFormatException with reason and errorCode for exception.
public MessageFormatException(java.lang.String reason,
java.lang.String errorCode)
Name
Description
reason
A description of the exception
errorCode
A string specifying the vendor specific error code.
The MessageFormatException
Constructs a MessageFormatException with reason. The error code defaults to null.
public MessageFormatException(java.lang.String reason)
Name
reason
5.2.11.
Description
A description of the exception
class javax.jms.MessageNotReadableException
public class MessageNotReadableException
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This exception is thrown when a JMS client attempts to read a write-only message.
The MessageNotReadableException Method
Constructs a MessageNotReadable with reason and errorCode for exception.
public MessageNotReadable(java.lang.String reason,
java.lang.String errorCode)
Name
Description
reason
A description of the exception
errorCode
A string specifying the vendor specific error code.
The MessageNotReadable Method
Constructs a MessageNotReadable with reason. The error code defaults to null.
public MessageNotReadable(java.lang.String reason)
Name
reason
5.2.12.
Description
A description of the exception
class javax.jms.MessageNotWriteableException
public class MessageNotWriteableException
extends JMSException
This exception is thrown when a JMS client attempts to write to a read-only message.
The MessageNotWriteableException Method
Constructs a MessageNotWriteableException with reason and errorCode for exception.
public MessageNotWriteableException(java.lang.String reason,
java.lang.String errorCode)
Name
Description
reason
A description of the exception
errorCode
A string specifying the vendor specific error code.
The MessageNotWriteableException Method
Constructs a MessageNotWriteableException with reason. The error code defaults to
null.
public MessageNotWriteableException(java.lang.String reason)
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Description
A description of the exception
class javax.jms.ResourceAllocationException
public class ResourceAllocationException
extends JMSException
This exception is thrown when the JMS IQ server is unable to allocate the resources
required by a method. For example, this exception is thrown when a call to
TopicConnectionFactory.createTopicConnection fails due to a lack of JMS provider
resources.
The ResourceAllocationException Method
Constructs a ResourceAllocationException with reason and errorCode for exception.
public ResourceAllocationException(java.lang.String reason,
java.lang.String errorCode)
Name
Description
reason
A description of the exception
errorCode
A string specifying the vendor specific error code.
The ResourceAllocationException Method
Constructs a ResourceAllocationException with reason. The error code defaults to null.
public ResourceAllocationException(java.lang.String reason)
Name
reason
5.2.14.
Description
A description of the exception
class javax.jms.TransactionInProgressException
public class TransactionInProgressException
extends JMSException
This exception is thrown when an operation is invalid because a transaction is in
progress. For instance, an attempt to call Session.commit when a session is part of a
distributed transaction will throw a TransactionInProgressException.
The TransactionInProgressException Method
Constructs a TransactionInProgressException with reason and errorCode for exception.
public TransactionInProgressException(java.lang.String reason,
java.lang.String errorCode)
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Description
reason
A description of the exception
errorCode
A string specifying the vendor specific error code.
The TransactionInProgressException Method
Constructs a TransactionInProgressException with reason. The error code defaults to
null.
public TransactionInProgressException(java.lang.String reason)
Name
reason
5.2.15.
Description
A description of the exception
class javax.jms.TransactionRolledBackException
public class TransactionRolledBackException
extends JMSException
This exception is thrown when a call to Session.commit results in a rollback of the
current transaction.
The TransactionRolledBackException Method
Constructs a TransactionRolledBackException with reason and errorCode for
exception.
public TransactionRolledBackException(java.lang.String reason,
java.lang.String errorCode)
Name
Description
reason
A description of the exception
errorCode
A string specifying the vendor specific error code.
The TransactionRolledBackException Method
Constructs a TransactionRolledBackException with reason. The error code defaults to
null.
public TransactionRolledBackException(java.lang.String reason)
Name
reason
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Unsupported JMS Classes
The current implementation of JMS Java APIs within the e*Gate API Kit DO NOT
support the following classes:
Вѓ class javax.jms.QueueRequestor
Вѓ class javax.jms.TopicRequestor
5.3
Supported JMS Interfaces
The current implementation of JMS APIs within the e*Gate API Kit support the
following interfaces:
5.3.1.
interface javax.jms.Connection
public interface Connection
A Connection object is a client's active connection to the JMS IQ manager. It typically
allocates JMS IQ manager resources outside the Java virtual machine (JVM).
A Connection serves several purposes:
Вѓ It encapsulates an open connection with a JMS provider. It typically represents an
open TCP/IP socket between a client and a provider service daemon.
ƒ Client authenticating takes place at it’s creation.
Вѓ It can specify an unique client identifier.
Вѓ It provides ConnectionMetaData.
Вѓ It supports an optional ExceptionListener.
The close Method
Closes the connection.
close()
The getClientID Method
Gets the client identifier for this connection.
public java.lang.String getClientID()
throwsJMSException
The getExceptionListener Method
Gets the ExceptionListener object for this connection.
public ExceptionListener getExceptionListener()
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throws JMSException
The getMetaData Method
Gets the metadata for this connection.
public ConnectionMetaData getMetaData()
throws JMSException
The setClientID Method
Sets the client identifier for this connection.
public void setClientID(java.lang.String clientID)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
The unique
clientID
client identifier.
The setExceptionListener Method
Sets an exception listener for this connection.
public void setExceptionListener(ExceptionListener listener)
throws JMSException
Name
listener
Description
The exception
listener.
The Start Method
Starts (or restarts) a connection's delivery of incoming messages. A call to start a
connection that has already been started is ignored.
public void start()
throws JMSException
The Stop Method
Temporarily stops a connection's delivery of incoming messages. Delivery can be
restarted using the connection's start method.
public void stop()
throws JMSException
5.3.2.
interface javax.jms.QueueConnection
public interface QueueConnection
extends Connection
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A QueueConnection is an active connection to a JMS PTP provider. A client uses a
QueueConnection to create one or more QueueSessions for producing and consuming
messages.
The createQueueSession Method
Creates a QueueSession.
public QueueSession createQueueSession(boolean transacted,int
acknowledgeMode)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
transacted
If true, the session is transacted.
acknowledgeMode
Indicates whether the consumer or the client will
acknowledge any messages that it receives. This
parameter is ignored if the session is transacted.
Legal values are:
Session.AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE,
Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE and
Session.DUPS_OK_ACKNOWLEDGE.
Throws JMSException if JMS Connection fails to create a session due to some internal
error or lack of support for specific transaction and acknowledgement mode.
5.3.3.
interface javax.jms.XAQueueConnection
public interface XAQueueConnection
extends XAConnection, QueueConnection
XAQueueConnection provides the same create options as QueueConnection (optional).
The only difference is that an XAConnection is by definition transacted.
createXAQueueSession
public XAQueueSession createXAQueueSession()
throws JMSException
Create an XAQueueSession.
Throws JMSException if JMS Connection fails to create a XA queue session due to some
internal error.
createQueueSession
public QueueSession createQueueSession(boolean transacted, int
acknowledgeMode)
throws JMSException
Create an XAQueueSession.
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Specified by
createQueueSession in interface QueueConnection
Name
Description
transacted
ignored
acknowledgeMode
ignored.
Throws JMSException if JMS Connection fails to create a XA queue session due to some
internal error.
5.3.4.
interface javax.jms.TopicConnection
public interface TopicConnection
extends Connection
A TopicConnection object is an active connection to the JMS IQ server, used in the Pub/
Sub mode. A client uses a TopicConnection object to create one or more TopicSession
objects for producing and consuming messages.
The createTopicSession Method
Creates a TopicSession object.
public TopicSession createTopicSession(boolean transacted, int
acknowledgeMode)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
transacted
Indicates whether the session is transacted.
acknowledgeMode
Indicates whether the consumer or the client will acknowledge any
messages it receives; ignored if the session is transacted.
Legal values are:
Вѓ Session.AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE
Вѓ Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE
Вѓ Session.DUPS_OK_ACKNOWLEDGE
Throws JMSException if JMS Connection fails to create a session due to some internal
error or lack of support for specific transaction and acknowledgement mode.
5.3.5.
interface javax.jms.XATopicConnection
public interface XATopicConnection
extends XAConnection, TopicConnection
An XATopicConnection provides the same create options as TopicConnection
(optional). The only difference is that an XAConnection is by definition transacted.
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The createTopicSession Method
Creates an XATopicSession object.
public TopicSession createTopicSession(boolean transacted, int
acknowledgeMode)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
transacted
Ignored; an XA TopicConnection is transacted by definition.
acknowledgeMode
Ignored.
Throws JMSException if JMS Connection fails to create a XA topic session due to some
internal error.
createXATopicSession
Creates an XATopicSession.
public XATopicSession createXATopicSession()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS Connection fails to create a XA topic session due to some
internal error.
Throws JMSException if JMS Connection fails to create a XA topic session due to some
internal error.
5.3.6.
interface javax.jms.ConnectionFactory
public interface ConnectionFactory
A ConnectionFactory encapsulates a set of connection configuration parameters that
has been defined by an administrator. A client uses it to create a Connection with a JMS
provider. ConnectionFactory objects support concurrent use. A ConnectionFactory is a
JMS administered object.
JMS administered objects are objects containing JMS configuration information that are
created by a JMS administrator and later used by JMS clients. They make it practical to
administer JMS in the enterprise. Although the interfaces for administered objects do
not explicitly depend on JNDI, JMS establishes the convention that JMS clients find
them by looking them up in a JNDI namespace.
An administrator can place an administered object anywhere in a namespace. JMS does
not define a naming policy. It is expected that JMS providers will provide the tools that
the administrator needs to create and configure administered objects in a JNDI
namespace. JMS provider implementations of administered objects should be both
javax.jndi.Referenceable and java.io.Serializable so that they can be
stored in all JNDI naming contexts. In addition, it is recommended that these
implementations follow the JavaBeans design patterns.
This strategy provides several benefits:
Вѓ It hides provider-specific details from JMS clients.
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Вѓ It abstracts JMS administrative information into Java objects that are easily
organized and administrated from a common management console.
Вѓ Since there will be JNDI providers for all popular naming services, this means JMS
providers can deliver one implementation of administered objects that will run
everywhere.
An administered object should not hold on to any remote resources. Its lookup should
not use remote resources other than those used by JNDI itself. Clients should think of
administered objects as local Java objects. Looking them up should not have any
hidden side affects or use surprising amounts of local resources.
5.3.7.
interface javax.jms.QueueConnectionFactory
public interface QueueConnectionFactory
extends ConnectionFactory
A client uses a QueueConnectionFactory to create QueueConnections with a JMS PTP
provider.
The createQueueConnection Method
public QueueConnection createQueueConnection()
throws JMSException
Create a queue connection with default user identity. The connection is created in
stopped mode. No messages will be delivered until Connection.start method is
explicitly called.
Throws JMSException if JMS Provider fails to create Queue Connection due to some
internal error. required resources for a Queue Connection.
Throws JMSSecurityException if client authentication fails due to invalid user name or
password.
The createQueueConnection Method
public QueueConnection createQueueConnection(java.lang.String
userName, java.lang.String password)
throws JMSException
Create a queue connection with specified user identity. The connection is created in
stopped mode. No messages will be delivered until Connection.start method is
explicitly called.
Name
Description
userName
The caller’s user name.
password
The caller’s password.
Throws JMSException if JMS Provider fails to create Queue Connection due to some
internal error.
Throws JMSSecurityException if client authentication fails due to invalid user name or
password.
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interface javax.jms.XAConnectionFactory
public interface XAConnectionFactory
To include JMS transactions in a JTS transaction, an application server requires a JTS
aware JMS provider. A JMS provider exposes its JTS support using a JMS
XAConnectionFactory which an application server uses to create XASessions.
XAConnectionFactory's are JMS administered objects just like ConnectionFactory
objects. It is expected that application servers will find them using JNDI.
5.3.9.
interface javax.jms.TopicConnectionFactory
public interface TopicConnectionFactory
extends ConnectionFactory
A client uses a TopicConnectionFactory object to create TopicConnection objects with
the JMS IQ manager, while implementing Pub/Sub mode.
The createTopicConnection Method
Creates a topic connection with the default user identity. The connection is created in
stopped mode. No messages will be delivered until the Connection.start method is
explicitly called.
public TopicConnection createTopicConnection()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS Provider fails to create a Topic Connection due to some
internal error.
Throws JMSSecurityException if client authentication fails due to invalid user name or
password.
The createTopicConnection Method
Creates a topic connection with the specified user identity. The connection is created in
stopped mode. No messages will be delivered until the Connection.start method is
explicitly called.
public TopicConnection createTopicConnection(java.lang.String
userName, java.lang.String password)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
userName
The caller's user name.
password
The caller's password
Throws JMSException if JMS Provider fails to create a Topic Connection due to some
internal error.
Throws JMSSecurityException if client authentication fails due to invalid user name or
password.
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interface javax.jms.XATopicConnectionFactory
public interface XATopicConnectionFactory
extends XAConnectionFactory, TopicConnectionFactory
An XATopicConnectionFactory provides the same create options as a
TopicConnectionFactory (optional).
The createXATopicConnection Method
Creates a XA topic connection with the default user identity. The connection is created
in stopped mode. No messages will be delivered until the Connection.start method
is explicitly called.
public XATopicConnection createXATopicConnection()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS Provider fails to create XA topic Connection due to some
internal error.
Throws JMSSecurityException if client authentication fails due to invalid user name or
password.
The createXATopicConnection Method
Creates a XA topic connection with the specified user identity. The connection is created
in stopped mode. No messages will be delivered until the Connection.start method is
explicitly called.
public XATopicConnection createXATopicConnection(java.lang.String
userName, java.lang.String password)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
userName
The caller's user name.
password
The caller's password
Throws JMSException if JMS Provider fails to create XA topic connection due to some
internal error.
Throws JMSSecurityException if client authentication fails due to invalid user name or
password.
5.3.11.
interface javax.jms.ConnectionMetaData
public interface ConnectionMetaData
A ConnectionMetaData object provides information describing the Connection object.
The getJMSVersion Method
public java.lang.String getJMSVersion()
throws JMSException
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Get the JMS version.
Throws JMSException if some internal error occurs in JMS implementation during the
metadata retrieval.
The getJMSMajorVersion Method
Gets the JMS major version number.
public int getJMSMajorVersion()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if some internal error occurs in JMS implementation during the
metadata retrieval.
The getJMSMinorVersion Method
Gets the JMS minor version number.
public int getJMSMinorVersion()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if some internal error occurs in JMS implementation during the
metadata retrieval.
The getJMSProviderName Method
Gets the JMS provider name.
public java.lang.String getJMSProviderName()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if some internal error occurs in JMS implementation during the
metadata retrieval.
The getProviderVersion Method
Gets the JMS provider version.
public java.lang.String getProviderVersion()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if some internal error occurs in JMS implementation during the
metadata retrieval.
The getProviderMajorVersion Method
Gets the JMS provider major version number.
public int getProviderMajorVersion()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if some internal error occurs in JMS implementation during the
metadata retrieval.
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The getProviderMinorVersion Method
Gets the JMS provider minor version number.
public int getProviderMinorVersion()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if some internal error occurs in JMS implementation during the
metadata retrieval.
The getJMSXPropertyNames Method
Gets an enumeration of the JMSX property names.
public java.util.Enumeration getJMSXPropertyNames()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if some internal error occurs in JMS implementation during the
property names retrieval.
5.3.12.
interface javax.jms.DeliveryMode
public interface DeliveryMode
The delivery modes supported by the JMS API are PERSISTENT and
NON_PERSISTENT.
A client marks a message as persistent if it feels that the application will have problems
if the message is lost in transit. A client marks a message as non-persistent if an
occasional lost message is tolerable. Clients use delivery mode to tell the JMS IQ
manager how to balance message transport reliability throughput.
Delivery mode only covers the transport of the message to its destination. Retention of
a message at the destination until its receipt is acknowledged is not guaranteed by a
PERSISTENT delivery mode. Clients should assume that message retention policies are
set administratively. Message retention policy governs the reliability of message
delivery from destination to message consumer. For example, if a client’s message
storage space is exhausted, some messages as defined by a site specific message
retention policy may be dropped.
A message is guaranteed to be delivered once-and-only-once by a JMS Provider if the
delivery mode of the message is persistent and if the destination has a sufficient
message retention policy.
NON_PERSISTENT Field
This is the lowest overhead delivery mode because it does not require that the message
be logged to stable storage. The level of JMS provider failure that causes a
NON_PERSISTENT message to be lost is not defined.
A JMS provider must deliver a NON_PERSISTENT message with an at-most-once
guarantee. This means it may lose the message but it must not deliver it twice.
public static final int NON_PERSISTENT
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PERSISTENT Field
This mode instructs the JMS provider to log the message to stable storage as part of the
client’s send operation. Only a hard media failure should cause a PERSISTENT
message to be lost.
5.3.13.
interface javax.jms.Destination
public interface Destination
A Destination object encapsulates a JMS IQ manager-specific address. public interface.
5.3.14.
interface javax.jms.Queue
public interface Queue
extends Destination
A Queue object encapsulates a provider-specific queue name. In this manner, a client
specifies the identity of queue to JMS methods. The actual length of time messages are
held by a queue and the consequences of resource overflow are not defined by JMS.
The getQueueName Method
public java.lang.String getQueueName()
throws JMSException
Get the name of this queue. Clients that depend upon the name, are not portable.
Throws JMSException if JMS implementation for Queue fails to return queue name due
to some internal error.
The toString Method
public java.lang.String toString()
Return a pretty printed version of the queue name
Overrides:
toString in class java.lang.Object
5.3.15.
interface javax.jms.TemporaryQueue
public interface TemporaryQueue
extends Queue
A TemporaryQueue is a unique Queue object created for the duration of a
QueueConnection. It is a system defined queue that can only be consumed by the
QueueConnection that created it.
The delete Method
public void delete()
throws JMSException
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Delete this temporary queue. If there are still existing senders or receivers still using it,
then a JMSException will be thrown.
Throws JMSException if JMS implementation fails to delete a Temporary topic due to
some internal error.
5.3.16.
interface javax.jms.Topic
public interface Topic
extends Destination
A Topic object encapsulates a provider-specific topic name. The topic object provides
the means for a client to specify the identity of a topic to JMS methods.
Many Pub/Sub implementations group topics into hierarchies and provide various
options for subscribing to parts of the hierarchy. JMS places no restriction on what a
Topic object represents.
The getTopicName Method
Gets the name of this topic.
public java.lang.String getTopicName()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS implementation for Topic fails to return topic name due to
some internal error.
The toString Method
Returns a string representation of this object.
public java.lang.String toString()
Overrides:
toString in class java.lang.Object
5.3.17.
interface javax.jms.TemporaryTopic
public interface TemporaryTopic
extends Topic
A TemporaryTopic object is a unique Topic object created for the duration of a
TopicConnection. It is a system-defined topic that can be consumed only by the
TopicConnection that created it.
The delete Method
Deletes this temporary topic. If there are existing subscribers still using it, a JMSException
will be thrown.
public void delete()
throws JMSException
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Throws JMSException if JMS implementation fails to delete a Temporary queue due to
some internal error.
5.3.18.
interface javax.jms.ExceptionListener
public interface ExceptionListener
If the JMS IQ manager detects a serious problem with a Connection object, it informs
the Connection object's ExceptionListener, if one has been registered. It does this by
calling the listener's onException method, passing it a JMSException argument
describing the problem.
This allows a client to be asynchronously notified of a problem. Some Connections only
consume messages so they would have no other way to learn their Connection has
failed.
A JMS provider should attempt to resolve connection problems themselves prior to
notifying the client of them.
The onException Method
Notifies user of a JMS exception.
public void onException(JMSException exception)
Name
exception
5.3.19.
Description
The JMS exception.
interface javax.jms.Message
public interface Message
getJMSMessageID
The Message interface is the base interface of all JMS messages. It defines the message
header and the acknowledge method used for all messages.
JMS Messages are composed of the following parts:
Вѓ Header - All messages support the same set of header fields. Header fields contain
values used by both clients and providers to identify and route messages.
Вѓ Properties - Each message contains a built-in facility for supporting application
defined property values. Properties provide an efficient mechanism for supporting
application defined message filtering.
Вѓ Body - JMS defines several types of message body which cover the majority of
messaging styles currently in use.
JMS defines five types of message body:
Вѓ Stream - a stream of Java primitive values. It is filled and read sequentially.
Вѓ Map - a set of name-value pairs where names are Strings and values are Java
primitive types. The entries can be accessed sequentially or randomly by name. The
order of the entries is undefined.
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Вѓ Text - a message containing a java.util.String. The inclusion of this message type is
based on our presumption that XML will likely become a popular mechanism for
representing content of all kinds including the content of JMS messages.
Вѓ Object - a message that contains a Serializable java object
Вѓ Bytes - a stream of uninterpreted bytes. This message type is for literally encoding a
body to match an existing message format. In many cases, it will be possible to use
one of the other, easier to use, body types instead. Although JMS allows the use of
message properties with byte messages it is typically not done since the inclusion of
properties may affect the format.
The JMSCorrelationID header field is used for linking one message with another. It
typically links a reply message with its requesting message. JMSCorrelationID can hold
either a provider-specific message ID, an application-specific String or a providernative byte[] value.
A Message contains a built-in facility for supporting application-defined property
values. In effect, this provides a mechanism for adding application specific header
fields to a message. Properties allow an application, via message selectors, to have a
JMS provider select/filter messages on its behalf using application-specific criteria.
Property names must obey the rules for a message selector identifier. Property values
can be boolean, byte, short, int, long, float, double, and String.
Property values are set prior to sending a message. When a client receives a message, its
properties are in read-only mode. If a client attempts to set properties at this point, a
MessageNotWriteableException is thrown. If clearProperties is called, the properties
can now be both read from and written to. Note that header fields are distinct from
properties. Header fields are never in a read-only mode.
A property value may duplicate a value in a message’s body or it may not. Although
JMS does not define a policy for what should or should not be made a property,
application developers should note that JMS providers will likely handle data in a
message's body more efficiently than data in a message's properties. For best
performance, applications should only use message properties when they need to
customize a message's header. The primary reason for doing this is to support
customized message selection.
In addition to the type-specific set/get methods for properties, JMS provides the
setObjectProperty and getObjectProperty methods. These support the same set of
property types using the objectified primitive values. Their purpose is to allow the
decision of property type to made at execution time rather than at compile time. They
support the same property value conversions.
The setObjectProperty method accepts values of class Boolean, Byte, Short, Integer,
Long, Float, Double and String. An attempt to use any other class must throw a
JMSException.
The getObjectProperty method only returns values of class Boolean, Byte, Short,
Integer, Long, Float, Double and String.
The order of property values is not defined. To iterate through a message's property
values, use getPropertyNames to retrieve a property name enumeration and then use
the various property get methods to retrieve their values.
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A message's properties are deleted by the clearProperties method. This leaves the
message with an empty set of properties.
Getting a property value for a name which has not been set returns a null value. Only
the getStringProperty and getObjectProperty methods can return a null value. The
other property get methods must throw a java.lang.NullPointerException if they are
used to get a non-existent property.
JMS reserves the JMSX property name prefix for JMS-defined properties. The full set of
these properties is defined in the Java Message Service specification. New JMS-defined
properties may be added in later versions of JMS. Support for these properties is
optional. The String[] ConnectionMetaData.getJMSXPropertyNames method returns
the names of the JMSX properties supported by a connection.
JMSX properties can be referenced in message selectors regardless of whether they are
supported by a connection. If they are not present in a message, they are treated like
any other absent property.
JSMX properties that are set by provider on send are available to both the producer and
the consumers of the message. JSMX properties that are set by provider on receive are
only available to the consumers.
JMSXGroupID and JMSXGroupSeq are simply standard properties clients should use if
they want to group messages. All providers must support them. Unless specifically
noted, the values and semantics of the JMSX properties are undefined.
JMS reserves the JMS_ property name prefix for provider-specific properties; it is up to
each provider to define specific values. This is the mechanism a JMS provider uses to
make its special per-message services available to a JMS client.
The purpose of provider-specific properties is to provide special features needed to
support JMS use with provider-native clients. These properties should not be used for
JMS-to-JMS messaging.
JMS provides a set of message interfaces that define the JMS message model. It does not
provide implementations of these interfaces.
Each JMS provider supplies a set of message factories with its Session object for
creating instances of these messages. This allows a provider to use implementations
tailored to their specific needs.
A provider must be prepared to accept message implementations that are not its own.
They may not be handled as efficiently as their own implementations; however, they
must be handled.
A JMS message selector allows a client to specify by message header the messages it's
interested in. Only messages whose headers match the selector are delivered. The
semantics of not delivered differ a bit depending on the MessageConsumer being used
(see QueueReceiver and TopicSubscriber).
Message selectors cannot reference message body values.
A message selector matches a message when the selector evaluates to true when the
message's header field and property values are substituted for their corresponding
identifiers in the selector.
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A message selector is a String, whose syntax is based on a subset of the SQL92
conditional expression syntax.
The order of evaluation of a message selector is from left to right within precedence
level. Parentheses can be used to change this order.
Predefined selector literals and operator names are written here in upper case; however,
they are case-insensitive.
A selector can contain:
Вѓ Literals
ВЉ A string literal is enclosed in single quotes with single quote represented by
doubled single quote such as `literal' and `literal''s'; like Java String literals,
these use the Unicode character encoding.
ВЉ An exact numeric literal is a numeric value without a decimal point, such as 57,
-957, or +62; numbers in the range of Java long are supported. Exact numeric
literals use the Java integer literal syntax.
ВЉ An approximate numeric literal is a numeric value in scientific notation, such as
7E3 or -57.9E2, or a numeric value with a decimal such as 7., -95.7, or +6.2;
numbers in the range of Java double are supported. Approximate literals use
the Java floating-point literal syntax.
ВЉ The Boolean literals TRUE, true, FALSE, and false.
Вѓ Identifiers
ВЉ An identifier is an unlimited-length sequence of Java letters and Java digits, the
first of which must be a Java letter. A letter is any character for which the
method Character.isJavaLetter returns true. This includes both _ (underscore)
and $ (dollar sign). A letter or digit is any character for which the method
Character.isJavaLetterOrDigit returns true.
ВЉ Identifiers cannot be the names NULL, TRUE, or FALSE.
ВЉ Identifiers cannot be any of the following: NOT, AND, OR, BETWEEN, LIKE,
IN, or IS.
ВЉ Identifiers are either header field references or property references.
ВЉ Identifiers are case-sensitive.
ВЉ Message header field references are restricted to JMSDeliveryMode, MSPriority,
JMSMessageID, JMSTimestamp, JMSCorrelationID, and JMSType.
JMSMessageID, JMSCorrelationID, and JMSType values may be null and if so
are treated as a NULL value.
ВЉ Any name beginning with JMSX is a JMS-defined property name.
ВЉ Any name beginning with JMS_ is a provider-specific property name.
ВЉ Any name that does not begin with JMS is an application-specific property
name. If a property is referenced that does not exist in a message its value is
NULL. If it does exist, its value is the corresponding property value.
Вѓ Whitespace is the same as that defined for Java: space, horizontal tab, form feed and
line terminator.
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Вѓ Expressions:
ВЉ A selector is a conditional expression; a selector that evaluates to true matches; a
selector that evaluates to false or unknown does not match.
ВЉ Arithmetic expressions are composed of themselves, arithmetic operations,
identifiers (whose value is treated as a numeric literal) and numeric literals.
ВЉ Conditional expressions are composed of themselves, comparison operations
and logical operations.
Вѓ Standard bracketing () for ordering expression evaluation is supported.
Вѓ Logical operators in precedence order: NOT, AND, OR
Вѓ Comparison operators: =, >, >=, <, <=, <> (not equal)
ВЉ Only like type values can be compared. One exception is that it is valid to
compare exact numeric values and approximate numeric values (the type
conversion required is defined by the rules of Java numeric promotion). If the
comparison of non-like type values is attempted, the selector is always false.
ВЉ String and boolean comparison is restricted to = and <>. Two strings are equal if
and only if they contain the same sequence of characters.
Вѓ Arithmetic operators in precedence order:
ВЉ +, - (unary)
ВЉ *, / (multiplication and division)
ВЉ +, - (addition and subtraction)
ВЉ Arithmetic operations on a NULL value are not supported; if they are
attempted, the complete selector is always false.
ВЉ Arithmetic operations must use Java numeric promotion.
Вѓ arithmetic-expr1 [NOT] BETWEEN arithmetic-expr2 and arithmetic-expr3
comparison operator
ВЉ age BETWEEN 15 and 19 is equivalent to age >= 15 AND age <= 19
ВЉ age NOT BETWEEN 15 and 19 is equivalent to age < 15 OR age > 19
ВЉ If any of the expressions of a BETWEEN operation is NULL, then the value of
the operation is false; if any of the expressions of a NOT BETWEEN operation is
NULL, then the value of the operation is true.
Вѓ identifier [NOT] IN (string-literal1, string-literal2, ...) comparison operator where
identifier has a String or NULL value:
ВЉ Country IN (` UK', `US', `France') is true for `UK' and false for `Peru'. It is
equivalent to the expression (Country = ` UK') OR (Country = ` US') OR
(Country = ` France')
ВЉ Country NOT IN (` UK', `US', `France') is false for `UK' and true for `Peru'. It is
equivalent to the expression NOT ((Country = ` UK') OR (Country = ` US') OR
(Country = ` France'))
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ВЉ If identifier of an IN or NOT IN operation is NULL the value of the operation is
unknown.
Вѓ identifier [NOT] LIKE pattern-value [ESCAPE escape-character] comparison
operator, where identifier has a String value; pattern-value is a string literal where
`_' stands for any single character; `%' stands for any sequence of characters
(including the empty sequence); and all other characters stand for themselves. The
optional escape-character is a single character string literal whose character is used
to escape the special meaning of the `_' and `%' in pattern-value.
ВЉ phone LIKE `12%3' is true for `123' `12993' and false for `1234'
ВЉ word LIKE `l_se' is true for `lose' and false for `loose'
ВЉ underscored LIKE `\_%' ESCAPE `\' is true for `_this' and false for `that'
ВЉ phone NOT LIKE `12%3' is false for `123' `12993' and true for `1234'
ВЉ If identifier of a LIKE or NOT LIKE operation is NULL, then the value of the
operation is unknown.
Вѓ identifier IS NULL comparison operator tests for a null header field value, or a
missing property value.
ВЉ prop_name IS NULL
Вѓ identifier IS NOT NULL comparison operator tests for the existence of a non null
header field value or a property value.
ВЉ prop_name IS NOT NULL
JMS providers are required to verify the syntactic correctness of a message selector at
the time it is presented. A method providing a syntactically incorrect selector must
result in a JMSException.
The following message selector selects messages with a message type of car and color
of blue and weight greater than 2500:
"JMSType = `car' AND color = `blue' AND weight > 2500"
As noted above, property values may be NULL. The evaluation of selector expressions
containing NULL values is defined by SQL 92 NULL semantics. A brief description of
these semantics is provided here.
SQL treats a NULL value as unknown. Comparison or arithmetic with an unknown
value always yields an unknown value.
The IS NULL and IS NOT NULL operators convert an unknown value into the
respective TRUE and FALSE values.
When used in a message selector JMSDeliveryMode is treated as having the values
`PERSISTENT' and `NON_PERSISTENT'.
Although SQL supports fixed decimal comparison and arithmetic, JMS message
selectors do not. This is the reason for restricting exact numeric literals to those without
a decimal (and the addition of numerics with a decimal as an alternate representation
for an approximate numeric values). SQL comments are not supported.
DEFAULT_DELIVERY_MODE
The message producer’s default delivery mode is persistent.
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public static final int DEFAULT_DELIVERY_MODE
DEFAULT_PRIORITY
The message producer’s default priority is 4.
public static final int DEFAULT_PRIORITY
DEFAULT_TIME_TO_LIVE
The message producer’s default time to live is unlimited, the message never expires.
public static final long DEFAULT_TIME_TO_LIVE
The getJMSMessageID Method
Gets the message ID. The messageID header field contains a value that uniquely
identifies each message sent by a provider. When a message is sent, messageID can be
ignored. When the send method returns it contains a provider-assigned value.
A JMSMessageID is a String value which should function as a unique key for
identifying messages in a historical repository. The exact scope of uniqueness is
provider defined. It should at least cover all messages for a specific installation of a
provider where an installation is some connected set of message routers.
All JMSMessageID values must start with the prefix `ID:'. Uniqueness of message ID
values across different providers is not required.
Since message IDs take some effort to create and increase the message size, some JMS
providers may be able to optimize message overhead if they are given a hint that
message ID is not used by an application. JMS message Producers provide a hint to
disable message ID. When a client sets a Producer to disable message ID they are saying
that they do not depend on the value of message ID for the messages it produces. These
messages must either have message ID set to null or, if the hint is ignored, messageID
must be set to its normal unique value.
public java.lang.String getJMSMessageID()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get the message Id due to internal JMS error.
The setJMSMessageID Method
Sets this message’s ID. Providers set this field when a message is sent. This operation
can be used to change the value of a message that's been received.
public void setJMSMessageID(java.lang.String id)
throws JMSException
Name
id
Description
The identifier of the message.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set the message Id due to internal JMS error.
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The getJMSTimestamp Method
Gets this message’s timestamp. The JMSTimestamp header field contains the time a
message was handed off to a provider to be sent. It is not the time the message was
actually transmitted because the actual send may occur later due to transactions or
other client side queueing of messages.
public long getJMSTimestamp()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get the Timestamp due to internal JMS error.
The setJMSTimestamp Method
Sets this message’s timestamp.
public void setJMSTimestamp(long timestamp)
throws JMSException
Name
long timestamp
Description
Returns the messages timestamp.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set the Timestamp due to internal JMS error.
The getJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes Method
Gets the correlation ID as an array of bytes for this message.
public byte[] getJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get correlationId due to some internal JMS error.
The setJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes Method
Sets the correlation ID as an array of bytes for this message. The array is copied before
the method returns, so future modifications to the array will not alter this message
header.
public void setJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes(byte[] correlationID)
throws JMSException
Name
correlationID
Description
The correlation identifier value as an array of bytes.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set correlationId due to some internal JMS error.
The setJMSCorrelationID Method
Sets the correlation ID for the message.
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public void setJMSCorrelationID(java.lang.String correlationID)
throws JMSException
JMSCorrelationID can hold one of the following:
Вѓ A provider-specific message ID
Вѓ An application-specific String
Вѓ A provider-native byte[] value
Since each message sent by the JMS IQ manager is assigned a message ID value, it is
convenient to link messages via message ID. All message ID values must start with the
'ID:' prefix.
Name
correlationID
Description
The message identifier of the message being referred to.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set correlationId due to some internal JMS error.
The getJMSCorrelationID Method
Gets the correlation ID for the message.
public java.lang.String getJMSCorrelationID()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get correlationId due to some internal JMS error.
The getJMSReplyTo Method
Gets the Destination object to which a reply to this message should be sent.
public Destination getJMSReplyTo()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get ReplyTo Destination due to some internal JMS
error.
The setJMSReplyTo Method
Sets the Destination object to which a reply to this message should be sent. The replyTo
header field contains the destination where a reply to the current message should be
sent. If it is null no reply is expected. The destination may be either a Queue or a Topic.
public void setJMSReplyTo(Destination replyTo)
throws JMSException
Name
replyTo
Description
The destination to send the response to for this message.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set ReplyTo Destination due to some internal JMS
error.
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The getJMSDestination Method
Gets the Destination object for this message. The destination field contains the
destination to which the message is being sent. When a message is sent this value is
ignored. After completion of the send method it holds the destination specified by the
send. When a message is received, its destination value must be equivalent to the value
assigned when it was sent.
public Destination getJMSDestination()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get JMS Destination due to some internal JMS
error.
The setJMSDestination Method
The JMS IQ manager sets this field when a message is sent. This method can be used to
change the value for a message that has been received.
public void setJMSDestination(Destination destination)
throws JMSException
Name
destination
Description
The destination for this message.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set JMS Destination due to some internal JMS
error.
The getJMSDeliveryMode Method
Gets the DeliveryMode value specified for this message.
public int getJMSDeliveryMode()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get JMS DeliveryMode due to some internal JMS
error.
The setJMSDeliveryMode Method
Sets the DeliveryMode value for this message.
public void setJMSDeliveryMode(int deliveryMode)
throws JMSException
Name
deliveryMode
Description
The delivery mode for this message.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set JMS DeliveryMode due to some internal JMS
error.
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The getJMSRedelivered Method
Gets an indication of whether this message is being redelivered. If a client receives a
message with the redelivered indicator set, it is likely, but not guaranteed, that this
message was delivered to the client earlier but the client did not acknowledge its
receipt at that earlier time.
public boolean getJMSRedelivered()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get JMS Redelivered flag due to some internal JMS
error.
The setJMSRedelivered Method
Specifies whether this message is being redelivered. This field is set at the time the
message is delivered. This operation can be used to change the value of a message that's
been received.
public void setJMSRedelivered(boolean redelivered)
throws JMSException
Name
redelivered
Description
An
indication of whether this message is being redelivered.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set JMS Redelivered flag due to some internal JMS
error.
The getJMSType Method
Gets the message type identifier supplied by the client when the message was sent.
public java.lang.String getJMSType()
throws JMSException
The setJMSType Method
Sets the message type.
public void setJMSType(java.lang.String type)
throws JMSException
Name
type
Description
The message type.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get JMS message type due to some internal JMS
error.
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The setJMSType Method
Set the message type.
public void setJMSType(java.lang.String type)
throws JMSException
Name
type
Description
The class of the message.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set JMS message type due to some internal JMS
error.
The getJMSExpiration Method
Gets the message's expiration value. When a message is sent, expiration is left
unassigned. After completion of the send method, it holds the expiration time of the
message. This is the sum of the time-to-live value specified by the client and the GMT at
the time of the send.
If the time-to-live is specified as zero, expiration is set to zero which indicates the
message does not expire. When a message's expiration time is reached, a provider
should discard it. JMS does not define any form of notification of message expiration.
public long getJMSExpiration()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get JMS message expiration due to some internal
JMS error.
The setJMSExpiration Method
Sets the message's expiration value.
public void setJMSExpiration(long expiration)
throws JMSException
Name
expiration
Description
The messages expiration time.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set JMS message expiration due to some internal
JMS error.
The getJMSPriority Method
Gets the message's priority value. JMS defines a ten level priority value with 0 as the
lowest priority and 9 as the highest. In addition, clients should consider priorities 0-4 as
gradations of normal priority and priorities 5-9 as gradations of expedited priority.
public long getJMSPriority()
throws JMSException
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Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get JMS message priority due to some internal JMS
error.
The setJMSPriority Method
Sets the priority level for this message.
public void setJMSPriority(int priority)
throws JMSException
Name
priority
Description
The default priority of this message.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set JMS message priority due to some internal JMS
error.
The clearProperties Method
Clears a message's properties. The message header fields and body are not cleared.
public void clearProperties()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to clear JMS message properties due to some internal
JMS error.
The propertyExists Method
Queries whether a property value exists.
public boolean propertyExists(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the property to test.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to check if property exists due to some internal JMS
error.
The getBooleanProperty Method
Returns the value of the boolean property with the specified name.
public boolean getBooleanProperty(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the boolean property.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get Property due to some internal JMS error.
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Throws MessageFormatException - if this type conversion is invalid.
The getByteProperty Method
Returns the value of the byte property with the specified name.
public byte getByteProperty(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the byte property.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException - if this type conversion is invalid.
The getShortProperty Method
Returns the value of the short property with the specified name.
public short getShortProperty(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the short property.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
The getIntProperty Method
Returns the value of the int property with the specified name.
public int getIntProperty(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the int property.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throw MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
The getLongProperty Method
Returns the value of the long property with the specified name.
public long getLongProperty(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
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Name
name
Description
The name of the long property.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException- if this type conversion is invalid.
The getFloatProperty Method
Returns the value of the float property with the specified name.
public float getFloatProperty(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the float property.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throw MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
The getDoubleProperty Method
Returns the value of the double property with the specified name.
public double getDoubleProperty(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the double property.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
The getStringProperty Method
Returns the value of the String property with the specified name.
public java.lang.String getStringProperty(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the String property.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
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The getObjectProperty Method
Returns the value of the Java object property with the specified name.
This method can be used to return, in objectified format, an object that has been stored
as a property in the message with the equivalent setObjectProperty method call, or its
equivalent primitive settypeProperty method.
public java.lang.Object getObjectProperty(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the Java object property.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get Property due to some internal JMS error.
The getPropertyNames Method
Returns an Enumeration of all the property names.
Note: The JMS standard header fields are not considered properties and are not returned in
this enumeration.
public java.util.Enumeration getPropertyNames()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get Property names due to some internal JMS error.
The setBooleanProperty Method
Sets a boolean property value with the specified name into the message.
public void setBooleanProperty(java.lang.String name,boolean value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the boolean property.
value
The boolean property value to set.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException - if properties are read-only
The setByteProperty Method
Sets a byte property value with the specified name into the message.
public void setByteProperty(java.lang.String name, byte value)
throws JMSException
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Name
Description
name
The name of the byte property.
value
The byte property value to set.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if properties are read-only
The setShortProperty Method
Sets a short property value with the specified name into the message.
public void setShortProperty(java.lang.String name, short value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the short property.
value
The short property value to set.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if properties are read-only
The setIntProperty Method
Sets an int property value with the specified name into the message.
public void setIntProperty(java.lang.String name, int value)throws
JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the int property.
value
The int property value to set.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if properties are read-only
The setLongProperty Method
Sets a long property value with the specified name into the message.
public void setLongProperty(java.lang.String name, long value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the long property.
value
The long property value to set.
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Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if properties are read-only
The setFloatProperty Method
Sets a float property value with the specified name into the message.
public void setFloatProperty(java.lang.String name, float value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the float property.
value
The float property value to set.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if properties are read-only
The setDoubleProperty Method
Sets a double property value with the specified name into the message.
public void setDoubleProperty(java.lang.String name, double value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the double property.
value
The double property value to set.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if properties are read-only
The setStringProperty Method
Sets a String property value with the specified name into the message.
public void setStringProperty(java.lang.String name, java.lang.String
value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the String property.
value
The String property value to set.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if properties are read-only
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The setObjectProperty Method
Sets a Java object property value with the specified name into the message.
Note: This method only works for the objectified primitive object types (Integer, Double,
Long, and so forth) and Strings.
public void setObjectProperty(java.lang.String name, java.lang.Object
value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the Java object property.
value
The Java object property value to set.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set Property due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if object is invalid.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if properties are read-only.
The acknowledge Method
Acknowledges all consumed messages of the session of this consumed message. All
JMS messages support the acknowledge() method for use when a client has specified
that a JMS consumers messages are to be explicitly acknowledged.
JMS defaults to implicit message acknowledgement. In this mode, calls to
acknowledge() are ignored.
Acknowledgment of a message automatically acknowledges all messages previously
received by the session. Clients may individually acknowledge messages or they may
choose to acknowledge messages in application defined groups (which is done by
acknowledging the last received message in the group).
Messages that have been received but not acknowledged may be redelivered to the
consumer.
public void acknowledge()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to acknowledge due to some internal JMS error.
Throws IllegalStateException if this method is called on a closed session.
The clearBody Method
Clears out the message body. Clearing a message's body does not clear its header values
or property entries.
If this message body was read-only, calling this method leaves the message body in the
same state as an empty body in a newly created message.
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public void clearBody()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to due to some internal JMS error.
5.3.20.
interface javax.jms.BytesMessage
public interface BytesMessage
extends Message
A BytesMessage is used to send a message containing a stream of uninterpreted bytes.
It inherits Message and adds a bytes message body. The receiver of the message
supplies the interpretation of the bytes.
The readBoolean Method
Reads a boolean from the bytes message stream.
public boolean readBoolean()
throws JMSException
Throws MessageNotReadableException if message in write-only mode.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageEOFException if end of bytes stream
The readByte Method
Reads a signed 8-bit value from the bytes message stream.
public byte readByte()
throws JMSException
Throws MessageNotReadableException if message in write-only mode.
Throws MessageEOFException if end of message stream
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
The readUnsignedByte Method
Reads an unsigned 8-bit number from the bytes message stream.
public int readUnsignedByte()
throws JMSException
Throws MessageNotReadableException if message in write-only mode.
Throws MessageEOFException if end of message stream
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
The readShort Method
Reads a signed 16-bit number from the bytes message stream.
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throws JMSException
Throws MessageNotReadableException if message in write-only mode.
Throws MessageEOFException if end of message stream
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
The readUnsignedShort Method
Reads an unsigned 16-bit number from the bytes message stream.
public int readUnsignedShort()
throws JMSException
Throws MessageNotReadableException if message in write-only mode.
Throws MessageEOFException if end of message stream
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
The readChar Method
Reads a Unicode character value from the bytes message stream.
public char readChar()
throws JMSException
Throws MessageNotReadableException if message in write-only mode.
Throws MessageEOFException if the end of the message stream is encountered.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
The readInt Method
Reads a signed 32-bit integer from the bytes message stream.
public int readInt()
throws JMSException
Throws MessageNotReadableException if message in write-only mode.
Throws MessageEOFException if end of message stream
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
The readLong Method
Reads a signed 64-bit integer from the bytes message stream.
public long readLong()
throws JMSException
Throws MessageNotReadableException if message in write-only mode.
Throws MessageEOFException if end of message stream
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Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
The readFloat Method
Reads a float from the bytes message stream.
public float readFloat()
throws JMSException
Throws MessageNotReadableException if message in write-only mode.
Throws MessageEOFException if end of message stream
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
The readDouble Method
Reads a double from the bytes message stream.
public double readDouble()
throws JMSException
Throws MessageNotReadableException if message in write-only mode.
Throws MessageEOFException if the end of the message stream is encountered.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
The readUTF Method
Reads a string that has been encoded using a modified UTF-8 format from the bytes
message stream.
public java.lang.String readUTF()
throws JMSException
Throws MessageNotReadableException if message in write-only mode.
Throws MessageEOFException if the end of the message stream is encountered.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
The readBytes Method
Reads a byte array from the bytes message stream. If the length of array value is less
than the bytes remaining to be read from the stream, the array should be filled. A
subsequent call reads the next increment, and so on.
If the bytes remaining in the stream is less than the length of array value, the bytes
should be read into the array. The return value of the total number of bytes read will be
less than the length of the array, indicating that there are no more bytes left to be read
from the stream. The next read of the stream returns -1.
public int readBytes(byte[] value)
throws JMSException
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Name
Description
The buffer
value
into which the data is read.
Throws MessageNotReadableException if message in write-only mode.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
The readBytes Method
Reads a portion of the bytes message stream. If the length of array value is less than the
bytes remaining to be read from the stream, the array should be filled. A subsequent
call reads the next increment, etc.
If the bytes remaining in the stream is less than the length of array value, the bytes
should be read into the array. The return value of the total number of bytes read will be
less than the length of the array, indicating that there are no more bytes left to be read
from the stream. The next read of the stream returns -1.
If length is negative, or length is greater than the length of the array value, then an
IndexOutOfBoundsException is thrown. No bytes will be read from the stream for this
exception case.
public int readBytes(byte[] value, int length)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
value
The buffer
into which the data is read.
length
The number of bytes to read; must be less than or equal to
value.length
Throws MessageNotReadableException if message in write-only mode.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
The writeBoolean Method
Writes a boolean to the bytes message stream as a 1-byte value. The value true is written
as the value (byte)1; the value false is written as the value (byte)0.
public void writeBoolean(boolean value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The boolean
value to be written.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if message in read-only mode.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to write message due to some internal JMS error.
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The writeByte Method
Writes a byte to the bytes message stream as a 1-byte value.
public void writeByte(byte value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The byte value to be written.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if message in read-only mode.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to write message due to some internal JMS error.
The writeShort Method
Writes a short to the bytes message stream as two bytes, high byte first.
public void writeShort(short value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The short to be written.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if message in read-only mode.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to write message due to some internal JMS error.
The writeChar Method
Writes a char to the bytes message stream as a 2-byte value, high byte first.
public void writeChar(char value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The char value to be written.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if message in read-only mode.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to write message due to some internal JMS error.
The writeInt Method
Writes an int to the bytes message stream as four bytes, high byte first.
public void writeInt(int value)
throws JMSException
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Name
value
Description
The int to be written.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if message in read-only mode.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to write message due to some internal JMS error.
The writeLong Method
Writes a long to the bytes message stream as eight bytes, high byte first.
public void writeLong(long value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The long to be written.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if message in read-only mode.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to write message due to some internal JMS error.
The writeFloat Method
Converts the float argument to an int using the floatToIntBits method in class Float, and
then writes that int value to the bytes message stream as a 4-byte quantity, high byte
first.
public void writeFloat(float value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The float value to be written.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if message in read-only mode.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to write message due to some internal JMS error.
The writeDouble Method
Converts the double argument to a long using the doubleToLongBits method in class
Double, and then writes that long value to the bytes message stream as an 8-byte
quantity, high byte first.
public void writeDouble(double value)
throws JMSException
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Throws MessageNotWriteableException if message in read-only mode.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to write message due to some internal JMS error.
The writeUTF Method
Writes a string to the bytes message stream using UTF-8 encoding in a machineindependent manner.
public void writeUTF(java.lang.String value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The String value to be written.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if message in read-only mode.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to write message due to some internal JMS error.
The writeBytes Method
Writes a byte array to the bytes message stream.
public void writeBytes(byte[] value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The byte array to be written.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if message in read-only mode.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to write message due to some internal JMS error.
The writeBytes Method
Writes a portion of a byte array to the bytes message stream.
public void writeBytes(byte[] value, int offset, int length)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
value
The byte array value to be written.
offset
The initial offset within the byte array.
length
The number of bytes to use.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if message in read-only mode.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to write message due to some internal JMS error.
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The writeObject Method
Writes an object to the bytes message stream.
Note: This method only works for the objectified primitive object types (Integer, Double,
Long, and so forth), Strings, and byte arrays.
public void writeObject(java.lang.Object value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The object in the Java programming language (“Java object”) to be
written; it must not be null.
Throws NullPointerException if parameter value is null.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if message in read-only mode.
Throws MessageFormatException if object is invalid type.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to write message due to some internal JMS error.
The reset Method
Puts the message body in read-only mode and repositions the stream of bytes to the
beginning.
public void reset()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to reset the message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if message has an invalid format
5.3.21.
interface javax.jms.MapMessage
public interface MapMessage
extends Message.
A MapMessage is used to send a set of name-value pairs, where names are Strings, and
values are Java primitive types. The entries are accessed sequentially or randomly by
name. The order of the entries is undefined. It inherits from Message, and adds a map
message body.
The primitive types can be read or written explicitly using methods for each type. They
may also be read or written generically as objects. For instance, a call to
MapMessage.setInt("parm", 6) is equivalent to MapMessage.setObject("parm", new
Integer(6)). Both forms are provided because the explicit form is convenient for static
programming and the object form is needed when types are not known at compile time.
When a client receives a MapMessage, it is in read-only mode. At this time, if the client
attempts to write to the message, a MessageNotWriteableException is thrown. If
clearBody is called, the message can now be both read from and written to.
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The getBoolean Method
Returns the boolean value with the specified name.
public boolean getBoolean(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the boolean.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
The getByte Method
Returns the byte value with the specified name.
public byte getByte(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the byte.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
The getShort Method
Returns the short value with the specified name.
public short getShort(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the short.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
The getChar Method
Returns the Unicode character value with the specified name.
public char getChar(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
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name
Description
The name of the Unicode character.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
The getInt Method
Returns the int value with the specified name.
public int getInt(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the int.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
The getLong Method
Returns the long value with the specified name.
public long getLong(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the long.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
The getFloat Method
Returns the float value with the specified name.
public float getFloat(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the float.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
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The getDouble Method
Returns the double value with the specified name.
public double getDouble(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The double value with the specified name.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
The getString Method
Returns the String value with the specified name.
public java.lang.String getString(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the String.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
The getBytes Method
Returns the byte array value with the specified name.
public byte[] getBytes(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the byte array.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
The getObject Method
Returns the Java object value with the specified name.
public java.lang.Object getObject(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
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name
Description
The name of the Java object.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
The getMapNames Method
Returns an Enumeration of all the names in the MapMessage object.
public java.util.Enumeration getMapNames()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
The setBoolean Method
Sets a boolean value with the specified name into the Map.
public void setBoolean(java.lang.String name, boolean value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the boolean.
value
The boolean value to set in the Map.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if this type conversion is invalid.
The setByte Method
Sets a byte value with the specified name into the Map.
public void setByte(java.lang.String name, byte value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the byte.
value
The byte value to set in the Map.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The setShort Method
Sets a short value with the specified name into the Map.
public void setShort(java.lang.String name, short value)
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Name
Description
name
The name of the short.
value
The short value to set in the Map.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The setChar Method
Sets a Unicode character value with the specified name into the Map.
public void setChar(java.lang.String name, char value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the Unicode character.
value
The Unicode character value to set in the Map.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The setInt Method
Sets an int value with the specified name into the Map.
public void setInt(java.lang.String name, int value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the int.
value
The int value to set in the Map.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The setLong Method
Sets a long value with the specified name into the Map.
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throws JMSException
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value
Description
The long value to set in the Map.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The setFloat Method
Sets a float value with the specified name into the Map.
public void setFloat(java.lang.String name, float value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the float.
value
The float value to set in the Map.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The setDouble Method
Sets a double value with the specified name into the Map.
public void setDouble(java.lang.String name, double value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the double.
value
The double value to set in the Map.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The setString Method
Sets a String value with the specified name into the Map.
public void setString(java.lang.String name, java.lang.String value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the String.
value
The String value to set in the Map.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
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Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The setBytes Method
Sets a byte array value with the specified name into the Map.
public void setBytes(java.lang.String name, byte[] value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the byte array.
value
The byte array value to set in the Map. The array is copied so that
the value for name will not be altered by future modifications.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The setBytes Method
Sets a portion of the byte array value with the specified name into the Map.
public void setBytes(java.lang.String name, byte[] value, int offset,
int length)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the byte array.
value
The byte array value to set in the Map.
offset
The initial offset within the byte array
length
The number of bytes to use
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The setObject Method
Sets a Java object value with the specified name into the Map.
public void setObject(java.lang.String name, java.lang.Object value)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
name
The name of the Java object.
value
The Java object value to set in the Map.
Note: This method only works for the objectified primitive object types (Integer, Double,
Long, and so forth), Strings, and byte arrays.
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Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if the object is invalid.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The itemExists Method
Queries whether an item exists in this MapMessage object.
public boolean itemExists(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name of the item to test.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
5.3.22.
interface javax.jms.ObjectMessage
public interface ObjectMessage
extends Message
An ObjectMessage is used to send a message that contains a serializable Java object. It
inherits from Message and adds a body containing a single Java reference. Only
Serializable Java objects can be used.
When a client receives an ObjectMessage, the object is in read-only mode. If an attempt
is made to write to the message, a MessageNotWriteableException is thrown. If
clearBody is called, the message can be both read from and written to.
The setObject Method
Sets the serializable object containing this message's data.
Important: An ObjectMessage contains a snapshot of the object at the time setObject is called.
Subsequent modifications of the object have no affect on the ObjectMessage body.
public void setObject(java.io.Serializable object)
throws JMSException
Name
object
Description
The message data.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MesssageFormatException if the object serialization fails.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
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Gets the serializable object containing this message's data. The default value is null.
public java.io.Serializable getObject()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MesssageFormatException if the object serialization fails.
5.3.23.
interface javax.jms.StreamMessage
public interface StreamMessage
extends Message
A StreamMessage is used to send a stream of Java primitives. It is populated and read
sequentially. It inherits from Message and adds a stream message body.
The primitive types can be read or written explicitly using methods for each type. They
may also be read or written generically as objects. For instance, a call to
StreamMessage.writeInt(6) is equivalent to StreamMessage.writeObject(new
Integer(6)). Both forms are provided because the explicit form is convenient for static
programming and the object form is needed when types are not known at compile time.
When the message is created, and also when clearBody is called, the body of the
message is in write-only mode. After the first call to reset has been made, the message
body is in read-only mode. When a message has been sent, by definition, the provider
calls reset in order to read the content. When a message has been received, the provider
calls reset, and sets the message body is in read-only mode for the client.
If clearBody is called on a message in read-only mode, the message body is cleared and
the message body is in write-only mode. If a client attempts to read a message in writeonly mode, a MessageNotReadableException is thrown. If a client attempts to write a
message in read-only mode, a MessageNotWriteableException is thrown.
The readBoolean Method
Reads a boolean from the stream message.
public boolean readBoolean()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageEOFException if an end of message stream.
Throws MesssageFormatException if the object serialization fails.
Throws MessageNotReadableException if the message is in write-only mode.
The readByte Method
Reads a byte value from the stream message.
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throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageEOFException if an end of message stream.
Throws MesssageFormatException if the object serialization fails.
Throws MessageNotReadableException if the message is in write-only mode.
The readShort Method
Reads a 16-bit integer from the stream message.
public short readShort()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageEOFException if an end of message stream.
Throws MesssageFormatException if the object serialization fails.
Throws MessageNotReadableException if the message is in write-only mode.
The readChar Method
Reads a Unicode character value from the stream message.
public char readChar()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageEOFException if an end of message stream.
Throws MesssageFormatException if the object serialization fails.
Throws MessageNotReadableException if the message is in write-only mode.
The readInt Method
Reads a 32-bit integer from the stream message.
public int readInt()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageEOFException if an end of message stream.
Throws MesssageFormatException if the object serialization fails.
Throws MessageNotReadableException if the message is in write-only mode.
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The readLong Method
Reads a 64-bit integer from the stream message.
public long readLong()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageEOFException if an end of message stream.
Throws MesssageFormatException if the object serialization fails.
Throws MessageNotReadableException if the message is in write-only mode.
The readFloat Method
Reads a float from the stream message.
public float readFloat()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageEOFException if an end of message stream.
Throws MesssageFormatException if the object serialization fails.
Throws MessageNotReadableException if the message is in write-only mode.
The readDouble Method
Reads a double from the stream message.
public double readDouble()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageEOFException if an end of message stream.
Throws MesssageFormatException if the object serialization fails.
Throws MessageNotReadableException if the message is in write-only mode.
The readString Method
Reads a String from the stream message.
public java.lang.String readString()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageEOFException if an end of message stream.
Throws MesssageFormatException if the object serialization fails.
Throws MessageNotReadableException if the message is in write-only mode.
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The readBytes Method
Reads a byte array field from the stream message into the specified byte[] object (the
read buffer).
To read the field value, readBytes should be successively called until it returns a value
less than the length of the read buffer. The value of the bytes in the buffer following the
last byte read is undefined.
If readBytes returns a value equal to the length of the buffer, a subsequent readBytes
call must be made. If there are no more bytes to be read, this call returns -1.
If the byte array field value is null, readBytes returns -1.
If the byte array field value is empty, readBytes returns 0.
Once the first readBytes call on a byte[] field value has been made, the full value of the
field must be read before it is valid to read the next field. An attempt to read the next
field before that has been done will throw a MessageFormatException.
To read the byte field value into a new byte[] object, use the readObject method.
public int readBytes(byte[] value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The buffer into which the data is read.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageEOFException if an end of message stream.
Throws MesssageFormatException if the object serialization fails.
Throws MessageNotReadableException if the message is in write-only mode.
The readObject Method
Reads an object from the stream message. This method can be used to return in
objectified format, an object that had been written to the Stream with the equivalent
writeObject method call, or the equivalent primitive write method.
public java.lang.Object readObject()
throws JMSException
Note: Byte values are returned as byte[], not Byte[].
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageEOFException if an end of message stream.
Throws MessageNotReadableException if the message is in write-only mode.
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The writeBoolean Method
Writes a boolean to the stream message. The value true is written as the value (byte)1;
the value false is written as the value (byte)0.
public void writeBoolean(boolean value)
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The writeByte Method
Writes a byte to the stream message.
public void writeByte(byte value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The byte value to be written.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The writeShort Method
Writes a short to the stream message.
public void writeShort(short value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The short value to be written.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The writeChar Method
Writes a char to the stream message.
public void writeChar(char value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The char value to be written.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
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Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The writeInt Method
Writes an int to the stream message.
public void writeInt(int value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The int value to be written.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The writeLong Method
Writes a long to the stream message.
public void writeLong(long value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The long value to be written.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The writeFloat Method
Writes a float to the stream message.
public void writeFloat(float value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The float value to be written.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The writeDouble Method
Writes a double to the stream message.
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value
Description
The double value to be written.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The writeString Method
Writes a string to the stream message.
public void writeString(java.lang.String value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The String value to be written.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The writeBytes Method
Writes a byte array field to the stream message. The byte array value is written as a byte
array field into the StreamMessage. Consecutively written byte array fields are treated
as two distinct fields when reading byte array fields.
public void writeByte(byte[] value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The byte array to be written.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The writeBytes Method
Writes a portion of a byte array as a byte array field to the stream message. The portion
of the byte array value is written as a byte array field into the StreamMessage.
Consecutively written byte array fields are treated as two distinct fields when reading
byte array fields.
public void writeBytes(byte[] value, int offset, int length)
throws JMSException
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Name
Description
offset
The initial offset within the byte array.
length
The number of bytes to use.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
The writeObject Method
Writes a Java object to the stream message. This method only works for the objectified
primitive object types (Integer, Double, Long, and so forth), Strings, and byte arrays.
public void writeObject(java.lang.Object value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
The Java object to be written.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
Throws MessageFormatException if the object is invalid.
The reset Method
Puts the message body in read-only mode, and repositions the stream to the beginning.
public void reset()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageFormatException if the message has an invalid format.
5.3.24.
interface javax.jms.TextMessage
public interface TextMessage
extends Message
A TextMessage is used to send a message containing a java.lang.String. It inherits from
Message and adds a text message body.
When a client receives a TextMessage, it is in read-only mode. If an attempt is made to
write to the message, while in read-only mode, a MessageNotWriteableException is
thrown. If clearBody is called, the message can be then read from and written to.
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The getText Method
Gets the string containing the data associated with the message. The default value is
null.
public java.lang.String getText()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
The setText Method
Sets the string containing the data associated with the message.
public void setText(java.lang.String string)
throws JMSException
Name
string
Description
The String containing the message data.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to read message due to some internal JMS error.
Throws MessageNotWriteableException if the message is in read-only mode.
5.3.25.
interface javax.jms.MessageConsumer
public interface MessageConsumer
A client uses a MessageConsumer object to receive messages from a destination. A
MessageConsumer object is created by passing a Destination object to a messageconsumer creation method supplied by a session.
MessageConsumer is the parent interface for all message consumers.
A message consumer can be created with a message selector. This allows the client to
restrict the messages delivered to the message consumer to those that match the
selector criteria.
A client may either synchronously receive a message consumer’s messages, or have the
consumer asynchronously deliver them as they arrive. A client can request the next
message from a message consumer using one of the associated receive methods. There
are several variations of receive that allow a client to poll, or wait for the next message.
A client can register a messageListener object with a message consumer. As messages
arrive at the message consumer, it delivers them by calling the MessageListener’s
onMessage method.
It is a client programming error for a MessageListener to throw and exception.
The getMessageSelector Method
Gets this message consumer's message selector expression.
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public java.lang.String getMessageSelector()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get the message selector due to some JMS error.
The getMessageListener Method
Gets the message consumer's MessageListener.
public MessageListener getMessageListener()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get the message listener due to some JMS error.
The setMessageListener Method
Sets the message consumer's MessageListener. Setting the message listener to null is the
equivalent of unsetting the message listener for the message consumer.
Calling the setMessageListener method of MessageConsumer while messages are being
consumed by an existing listener, or the consumer is being used to synchronously
consume messages is undefined.
public void setMessageListener(MessageListener listener)
throws JMSException
Name
listener
Description
The listener that the messages are to be delivered to.
Throws JMSException if the JMS fails to set the message listener due to some JMS error.
The receive Method
Receives the next message produced for this message consumer. This call blocks
indefinitely until a message is produced or until this message consumer is close. If this
receive is done within a transaction, the message remains on the consumer until the
transaction commits.
public Message receive()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to receive the next message due to some error.
The receive Method
Receives the next message that arrives within the specified timeout interval. This call
blocks until a message arrives, the timeout expires, or this message consumer is closed.
A timeout of zero never expires and the call blocks indefinitely.
public Message receive(long timeout)
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timeout
Description
The timeout value (in milliseconds).
The receiveNoWait Method
Receives the next message if one is immediately available.
public Message receiveNoWait()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to receive the next message due to some error.
The close Method
Closes the message consumer. Since a provider may allocate some resources on behalf
of a MessageConsumer outside the JVM, clients should close them when they are not
needed. Relying on garbage collection to eventually reclaim these resources may not be
effective enough.
This call blocks until a receive or message listener in progress has completed. A blocked
message consumer receive call returns null when this message consumer is close.
public void close()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to close the consumer due to some error.
5.3.26.
interface javax.jms.QueueReceiver
public interface QueueReceiver
extends MessageConsumer
A client uses a QueueReceiver for receiving messages that have been delivered to a
queue. Although it is possible to have multiple QueueReceivers for the same queue,
JMS does not define how messages are distributed between the QueueReceivers.
The getQueue Method
Get the queue associated with this queue receiver.
public Queue getQueue()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get queue for this queue receiver due to some
internal error.
5.3.27.
interface javax.jms.TopicSubscriber
public interface TopicSubscriber
extends MessageConsumer.
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A client uses a TopicSubscriber for receiving messages that have been published to a
topic. TopicSubscriber is the Pub/Sub variant of a JMS message consumer.
A topic session allows for the creation of multiple topic subscribers per Destination. It
delivers each message for a destination to each topic subscriber that is eligible to receive
it. Each copy of the message is treated as a completely separate message. Work
performed on one copy has no affect on another, acknowledging one does not
acknowledge the other, one message may be delivered immediately, while another
waits for the consumer to process messages ahead of it.
Regular TopicSubscribers are not durable. They only receive messages that are
published while they are active. Messages filtered out by a subscriber’s message
selector, will never be delivered to the subscriber. From the subscriber’s perspective,
they do not exist.
In some cases, a connection both publishes and subscribes to a topic. The subscriber
NoLocal attribute allows a subscriber to inhibit the delivery of messages published by
its own connection.
If a client needs to receive all of the messages published on a topic, including those
published while the subscriber is inactive, a durable TopicSubscriber is used. JMS
retains a record of this durable subscription and insures that all messages from the
topic’s associated publishers are retained until they are either acknowledged by the
durable subscriber, or they have expired.
Sessions with durable subscribers must always provide the same client identifier. In
addition, each client must specify a name that uniquely identifies (within the client
identifier) each durable subscription it creates. Only one session at a time can have a
TopicSubscriber for particular durable subscription.
A client can change an exiting durable subscription, by creating a durable
TopicSubscriber with the same name, and a new topic and/or message selector.
Changing a durable subscription is equivalent to deleting and re-creating it.
TopicSessions provide the unsubscribe method for deleting a durable subscription
created by their client. This deletes the state being maintained on behalf of the
subscriber by its provider.
Refer to interface javax.jms.MessageConsumer on page 254
The getTopic Method
public Topic getTopic()
throws JMSException
Get the topic associated with this subscriber.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get topic for this topic subscriber due to some
internal error.
The getNoLocal Method
public boolean getNoLocal()
throws JMSException
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Get the NoLocal attribute for this TopicSubscriber. The default value for this attribute is
false.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get noLocal attribute for this topic subscriber due
to some internal error.
5.3.28.
interface javax.jms.MessageListener
public interface MessageListener
A MessageListener is used to receive asynchronously delivered messages. Each session
must insure that it passes messages serially to the listener. This means that a listener
assigned to one or more consumers of the same session, can assume that the onMessage
method is not called with the next message until the session has completed the last call.
The onMessage Method
Passes a message to the listener.
public void onMessage(Message message)
Name
message
5.3.29.
Description
The message passed to the listener.
interface javax.jms.MessageProducer
public interface MessageProducer
A client uses a message producer to send messages to a Destination. The message is
created by passing a Destination to a create message producer method, supplied by a
Session.
A client also can optionally create a message producer, without supplying a
Destination. In this case, a Destination must be input on every send operation. A typical
use for this style of message producer, is to send replies to requests, using the request’s
replyToDestination.
A client can specify a time-to-live value, in milliseconds, for each message sent. This
value defines a message expiration time, which is the sum of the message’s time-to-live,
and the GMT at which it is sent (for transacted sends, this is the time the client sends
the message, not the time the transaction is committed).
A JMS provider should attempt to accurately expire message, as the means to acquire
this accuracy is not pre-defined.
The setDisableMessageID Method
Sets whether message IDs are disabled. Since message IDs take some effort to create,
and increase the size of a message, some JMS providers may choose to optimize
message overhead, if they suspect that the message ID is not going to be used by an
application. JMS message Producers provide a hint to disable message ID. When a
client sets a Producer to disable message ID, they are saying that they do not depend on
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the value of the message ID for the messages it then produces. These messages must
either have the message ID set to null, or if the hint is ignored, the message ID must be
set to the normal unique value. Message IDs are enabled by default.
public void setDisableMessageID(boolean value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
Indicates if this messages identifiers are disabled.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set the disabled message ID due to some internal
error.
The getDisableMessageID Method
Gets an indication of whether message IDs are disabled.
public boolean getDisableMessageID()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get the disabled message ID due to some internal
error.
The setDisableMessageTimestamp Method
Sets whether message timestamps are disabled. Since timestamps require effort to
create and increase a message’s size, some JMS providers may optimize overhead by
not enabling the timestamp, if they suspect that it is not going to be used by an
application. JMS message Producers provide a hint to disable timestamps. When a
client sets a producer to disable timestamps, they are not depending on the value of the
timestamp, for the messages produced. These messages must either have timestamp set
to null, or if the hint is ignored, the timestamp must be set to its normal value. Message
timestamps are enabled by default.
public void setDisableMessageTimestamp(boolean value)
throws JMSException
Name
value
Description
Indicates if this messages timestamps are disabled.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set the disabled message timestamp due to some
internal error.
The getDisableMessageTimestamp Method
Gets an indication of whether message timestamps are disabled.
public boolean getDisableMessageTimestamp()
throws JMSException
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Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get and indication of whether the message
timestamp is disabled due to some internal error.
The setDeliveryMode Method
Sets the producer's default delivery mode. Delivery mode is set to PERSISTENT by
default.
public void setDeliveryMode(int deliveryMode)
throws JMSException
Name
deliveryMode
Description
The message delivery mode for this message producer; acceptable
values are DeliveryMode.NON_PERSISTENT and
DeliveryMode.PERSISTENT.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set delivery mode due to some internal error.
The getDeliveryMode Method
Gets the producer's default delivery mode.
public int getDeliveryMode()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get the delivery mode due to some internal error.
The setPriority Method
Sets the producer's default priority. The JMS API defines ten levels of priority value,
with 0 as the lowest priority and 9 as the highest. Clients should consider priorities 0-4
as gradations of normal priority, and priorities 5-9 as gradations of expedited priority.
Priority is set to 4 by default.
public void setPriority(int defaultPriority)
throws JMSException
Name
defaultPriority
Description
The message priority for this message producer; must be a value
between 0 and 9.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set the priority due to some internal error.
The getPriority Method
Gets the producer's default priority.
public int getPriority()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get the priority due to some internal error.
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The setTimeToLive Method
Sets the default length of time, in milliseconds, from its dispatch, time that a produced
message should be retained by the message system. Time-to-live is set to zero by
default.
public void setTimeToLive(long timeToLive)
throws JMSException
Name
timeToLive
Description
The message time to live in milliseconds; zero is unlimited.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set Time to Live due to some internal error.
The getTimeToLive Method
Gets the default length of time, in milliseconds, from its dispatch, time that a produced
message should be retained by the message system.
public void getTimeToLive()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get Time to Live due to some internal error.
The close Method
public void close()
throws JMSException
Since a provider may allocate some resources on behalf of a MessageProducer outside
the JVM, clients should close them when they are not needed. Relying on garbage
collection to eventually reclaim these resources may not be timely enough.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to close the producer due to some error.
5.3.30.
interface javax.jms.QueueSender
public interface QueueSender
extends MessageProducer
A client uses a QueueSender to send messages to a queue. Normally the Queue is
specified when a QueueSender is created and in this case, attempting to use the
methods for an unidentified QueueSender will throws an
UnsupportedOperationException. In the case that the QueueSender with an
unidentified Queue is created, the methods that assume the Queue has been identified
throw an UnsupportedOperationException.
The getQueue Method
Get the queue associated with this queue sender.
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Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get queue for this queue sender due to some
internal error.
The send Method
Send a message to the queue. Use the QueueSender's default delivery mode,
timeToLive and priority.
public void send(Message message)
throws JMSException
Name
message
Description
The message to be sent
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to send the message due to some internal error.
Throws MessageFormatException if invalid message specified
Throws InvalidDestinationException if a client uses this method with a Queue sender
with an invalid queue.
The send Method
Send a message specifying delivery mode, priority and time to live to the queue.
public void send(Message message, int deliveryMode, int priority,
long timeToLive)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
message
The message to be sent
deliveryMode
The delivery mode to use.
priority
The priority for this message.
timeToLive
The message’s lifetime (in milliseconds)
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to send the message due to some internal error.
Throws MessageFormatException if invalid message specified
Throws InvalidDestinationException if a client uses this method with a QueueSender
with an invalid queue.
The send Method
Send a message to a queue for an unidentified message producer. Use the
QueueSender's default delivery mode, timeToLive and priority.
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Typically a JMS message producer is assigned a queue at creation time; however, JMS
also supports unidentified message producers which require that the queue be
supplied on every message send.
public void send(Queue queue, Message message)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
queue
The queue to which this message should be sent.
message
The message to be sent.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to send the message due to some internal error.
Throws MessageFormatException if invalid message specified
Throws InvalidDestinationException if a client uses this method with an invalid queue.
The send Method
Send a message to a queue for an unidentified message producer, specifying delivery
mode, priority and time to live.
Typically a JMS message producer is assigned a queue at creation time; however, JMS
also supports unidentified message producers which require that the queue be
supplied on every message send.
public void send(Queue queue, Message message, int deliveryMode, int
priority, long timeToLive)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
queue
The queue to which this message should be sent.
message
The message to be sent.
deliveryMode
The delivery mode to use.
priority
The priority for this message.
timeToLive
The message’s lifetime (in milliseconds).
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to send the message due to some internal error.
Throws MessageFormatException if invalid message specified
Throws InvalidDestinationException if a client uses this method with an invalid queue.
5.3.31.
interface javax.jms.TopicPublisher
public interface TopicPublisher
extends MessageProducer
A client uses a TopicPublisher for publishing messages on a topic. TopicPublisher is the
Pub/Sub variant of a JMS message producer. Normally the Topic is specified when a
TopicPublisher is created and in this case, attempting to use the methods for an
unidentified TopicPublisher will throws an UnsupportedOperationException.
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In the case that the TopicPublisher with an unidentified Topic is created, the methods
that assume the Topic has been identified throw an UnsupportedOperationException.
The getTopic Method
Get the topic associated with this publisher.
public Topic getTopic()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get topic for this topic publisher due to some
internal error.
The publish Method
Publish a Message to the topic using the topic’s default values for deliveryMode,
timeToLive, and priority.
public void publish(Message message)
throws JMSException
Name
message
Description
The message to publish.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to publish the message due to some internal error.
Throws MessageFormatException if invalid message specified.
Throws InvalidDestinationException if a client uses this method with a Topic Publisher
with an invalid topic.
The publish Method
Publish a Message to the topic, specifying values for deliveryMode, priority, and
timeToLive.
public void publish(Message message, int deliveryMode, int priority,
long timeToLive)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
message
The message to publish.
deliveryMode
The delivery mode to use.
priority
The priority for this message.
timeToLive
The message’s lifetime (in milliseconds).
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to publish the message due to some internal error.
Throws MessageFormatException if invalid message specified
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Throws InvalidDestinationException if a client uses this method with a Topic Publisher
with an invalid topic.
The publish Method
Publish a Message to a topic for an unidentified message producer. Use the topics
default delivery mode, timeToLive and priority.
Typically a JMS message producer is assigned a topic at creation time; however, JMS
also supports unidentified message producers which require that the topic be supplied
on every message publish.
public void publish(Topic topic, Message message)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
topic
The topic to which to publish the message.
message
The message to publish.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to publish the message due to some internal error.
Throws MessageFormatException if invalid message specified.
Throws InvalidDestinationException if a client uses this method with an invalid topic.
The publish Method
Publishes a Message to a topic for an unidentified message producer, specifying values
for deliveryMode, priority, and timeToLive. Typically a JMS message producer is
assigned a topic at creation time; however, JMS also supports unidentified message
producers which require that the topic be supplied on every message publish.
public void publish(Topic topic, Message message,int deliveryMode,
int priority, long timeToLive)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
topic
The topic to which to publish this message.
message
The message to be sent.
deliveryMode
The delivery mode to use.
priority
The priority for this message.
timeToLive
The message’s lifetime (in milliseconds).
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to publish the message due to some internal error.
Throws MessageFormatException if invalid message specified
Throws InvalidDestinationException if a client uses this method with an invalid topic.
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5.3.32.
interface java.lang.Runnable
5.3.33.
interface javax.jms.Session
public interface Session
extends java.lang.Runnable
A Session object is a single-threaded context for producing and consuming messages.
Although it may allocate provider resources outside the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), it
is considered a lightweight JMS object.
A session serves several purposes:
Вѓ It is a factory for its message producers and consumers.
Вѓ It supplies provider-optimized message factories.
Вѓ It supports a single series of transactions that combine work spanning its producers
and consumers into atomic units.
Вѓ It defines a serial order for the messages it consumes and the messages it produces.
Вѓ It retains messages it consumes until they have been acknowledged.
Вѓ It serializes execution of message listeners registered with its message consumers.
A session can create and service multiple message producers and consumers.
One typical use is to have a thread block on a synchronous MessageConsumer, until a
message arrives. The thread may then use one or more of the Session’s Message
Producers.
For a client to have one thread producing messages, while others consume them, the
client should use a separate Session for the producing thread.
Once a connection has been established, any session with one or more registered
listeners is dedicated to the thread of control that delivers messages to it. It is erroneous
for the client code to use this session, or any of it’s constituent objects from another
thread of control. The only exception to this, is the use of the session or connection close
method.
Most clients can partition their work naturally into Sessions. This model allows clients
to start simply, and incrementally, adding message processing complexity as the need
for concurrency grows.
The close method is the only session method, that can be called while some other
session method is being executed in another thread.
A session may be optionally specified as transacted. Each transacted session supports a
single series of transactions. Each transaction groups a set of message sends, and a set
of message receives, into an atomic unit of work. In effect, transactions organize a
session’s input message stream, and output message stream, into a series of atomic
units. When a transaction commits, the atomic unit of input is acknowledged, and the
associated atomic unit of output is sent. If a transaction rollback is performed, the
associated sent messages are destroyed, and the session’s input is automatically
recovered.
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The content of a transaction’s input and output units, is that of the messages that have
been produced and consumed within the session’s current transaction. A transaction is
completed by using either the session’s commit or rollback method. The completion of
a session’s current transaction automatically begins the next. In this manner, a
transacted session always has a current transaction within which the work is done.
The createBytesMessage Method
Creates a BytesMessage object. A BytesMessage object is used to send a message
containing a stream of uninterpreted bytes.
public BytesMessage createBytesMessage()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to create this message due to some internal error.
The createMapMessage Method
Creates a MapMessage object. A MapMessage object is used to send a self-defining set
of name-value pairs, where names are String objects and values are primitive values in
the Java programming language.
public MapMessage createMapMessage()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to create this message due to some internal error.
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The createMessage Method
Creates a Message object. The Message interface is the root interface of all JMS
messages. A Message object holds all the standard message header information. It can
be sent when a message containing only header information is sufficient.
public Message createMessage()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to create this message due to some internal error.
The createObjectMessage Method
Creates an ObjectMessage object. An ObjectMessage object is used to send a message
that contains a serializable Java object.
public ObjectMessage createObjectMessage()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to create this message due to some internal error.
The createObjectMessage Method
Creates an initialized ObjectMessage object. An ObjectMessage object is used to send a
message that contains a serializable Java object.
public ObjectMessage createObjectMessage(java.io.Serializable object)
throws JMSException
Name
object
Description
The object to use to initialize this message.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to create this message due to some internal error.
The createStreamMessage Method
Creates a StreamMessage object. A StreamMessage object is used to send a self-defining
stream of primitive values in the Java programming language.
public StreamMessage createStreamMessage()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to create this message due to some internal error.
The createTextMessage Method
Creates a TextMessage object. A TextMessage object is used to send a message
containing a String object.
public TextMessage createTextMessage()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to create this message due to some internal error.
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The createTextMessage Method
Creates an initialized TextMessage object. A TextMessage object is used to send a
message containing a String.
public TextMessage createTextMessage(java.lang.String text)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
The string used to initialize this message.
text
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to create this message due to some internal error.
The getTransacted Method
Queries whether the session is in transacted mode.
public boolean getTransacted()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to return the transaction mode due to internal error
in JMS Provider.
The commit Method
Commits all messages done in this transaction and releases any locks currently held.
public void commit()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if the JMS implementation fails to commit the transaction due to
some internal error.
Throws TransactionRolledBackException if the transaction gets rolled back due to some
internal error during commit.
Throws IllegalStateException if the method is not called by a transacted session.
The rollback Method
Rolls back any messages done in this transaction and releases any locks currently held.
public void rollback()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if the JMS implementation fails to rollback the transaction due to
some internal error.
Throws IllegalStateException if the method is not called by a transacted session.
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The close Method
Closes the session. A provider may allocate some resources on behalf of a Session
outside the JVM, clients therefore, should close them when they are not needed.
Relying on garbage collection to eventually reclaim these resources may not be timely
enough.
There is no need to close the producers and consumers of a closed session. This call will
block until a receive or message listener in progress has completed. A blocked message
consumer receive call returns null when this session is closed. Closing a transacted
session must rollback the in-progress transaction. This method is the only session
method that can be concurrently called.
Invoking any other session method on a closed session must throw
JMSException.IllegalStateException. Closing a closed session must NOT throw an
exception.
public void close()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS implementation fails to close a Session due to some
internal error.
The recover Method
Stops message delivery in this session, and restarts sending messages with the oldest
unacknowledged message. All consumers deliver messages in a serial order.
Acknowledging a received message automatically acknowledges all messages that
have been delivered to the client.
Restarting a session causes it to take the following actions:
Вѓ Stops message delivery
Вѓ Marks all messages that might have been delivered but not acknowledged as
`redelivered'
Вѓ Restart the delivery sequence including all unacknowledged messages that had
been previously delivered.
Redelivered messages do not have to be delivered in exactly their original delivery
order.
Throws JMSException if JMS implementation fails to stop message delivery and restart
message send due to due to some internal error.
Throws IllegalStateException if method is called by a transacted session.
public void recover()
throws JMSException
The getMessageListener Method
Return the session's distinguished message listener (optional).
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Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get the message listener due to an internal error in
JMS Provider.
public MessageListener getMessageListener()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to get the message listener due to an internal error in
JMS Provider.
The setMessageListener Method
Sets the session's distinguished message listener (optional). When it is set, no other
form of message receipt in the session can be used; however, all forms of sending
messages are still supported. This is an expert facility not used by regular JMS clients.
public void setMessageListener(MessageListener listener)
throws JMSException
Name
listener
Description
The message listener to associate with this session.
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to set the message listener due to an internal error in
JMS Provider.
run
Only intended to be used by Application Servers (optional operation).
public void run()
Specified by
run in interface java.lang.Runnable
5.3.34.
interface javax.jms.QueueSession
public interface QueueSession
extends Session
A QueueSession provides methods for creating QueueReceiver's, QueueSender's,
QueueBrowser's and TemporaryQueues. If there are messages that have been received
but not acknowledged when a QueueSession terminates, these messages will be
retained and redelivered when a consumer next accesses the queue.
The createQueue Method
Creates a queue identity given a Queue name. This facility is provided for the rare cases
where clients need to dynamically manipulate queue identity. This allows the creation
of a queue identity with a provider specific name. Clients that depend on this ability are
not portable.
Note: This method is not for creating the physical topic. The physical creation of topics is
an administration task and not to be initiated by the JMS interface. The one
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exception is the creation of temporary topics is done using the createTemporaryTopic
method.
public Queue createQueue(java.lang.String queueName)
throws JMSException
Name
queueName
Description
The name of this queue.
Throws JMSException if a session fails to create a queue due to some JMS error.
The createReceiver Method
Creates a QueueReceiver to receive messages from the specified queue.
public QueueReceiver createReceiver(Queue queue)
throws JMSException
Name
queue
Description
The name of the queue to access.
Throws JMSException - if a session fails to create a receiver due to some JMS error.
Throws InvalidDestinationException if invalid Queue specified.
The createReceiver Method
Creates a QueueReceiver to receive messages from the specified queue.
public QueueReceiver createReceiver(Queue queue, java.lang.String
messageSelector)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
queue
The name of the queue to access.
messageSelector
Only messages with properties matching the message selector
expression are delivered.
Throws JMSException if a session fails to create a receiver due to some JMS error.
Throws InvalidDestinationException if invalid Queue specified.
Throws InvalidSelectorException if the message selector is invalid.
The createSender Method
Creates a QueueSender to send messages to the specified queue.
public QueueSender createSender(Queue queue)
throws JMSException
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Name
queue
Description
The name of the queue to access, or null if this is an unidentified
producer.
Throws JMSException if a session fails to create a sender due to some JMS error.
Throws InvalidDestinationException if invalid Queue specified.
The createTemporaryQueue Method
Creates a temporary queue. It's lifetime will be that of the QueueConnection unless
deleted earlier.
public TemporaryQueue createTemporaryQueue()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if a session fails to create a Temporary Queue due to some JMS
error.
5.3.35.
interface javax.jms.TopicSession
public interface TopicSession
extends Session
A TopicSession provides methods for creating TopicPublishers, TopicSubscribers and
TemporaryTopics. Also provided are methods for deleting the associated client’s
durable subscribers.
The createTopic Method
Create a topic identity given a Topic name. This facility is provided for the rare cases
where clients need to dynamically manipulate topic identity. This allows the creation of
a topic identity with a provider specific name. Clients that depend on this ability are
not portable.
Note: This method is not for creating the physical topic. The physical creation of topics is
an administration task and not to be initiated by the JMS interface. The one
exception is the creation of temporary topics is done using the createTemporaryTopic
method.
public Topic createTopic(java.lang.String topicName)
throws JMSException
Name
topicName
Description
The name of this topic.
Throws JMSException if a session fails to create a topic due to some JMS error.
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The createSubscriber Method
Creates a non-durable Subscriber to the specified topic. A client uses a TopicSubscriber
for receiving messages that have been published to a topic. Regular TopicSubscriber's
are not durable. They only receive messages that are published while they are active.
In some cases, a connection may both publish and subscribe to a topic. The subscriber
NoLocal attribute allows a subscriber to inhibit the delivery of messages published by
its own connection. The default value for this attribute is false.
public TopicSubscriber createSubscriber(Topic topic)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
The topic to which to subscribe.
topic
Throws JMSException if a session fails to create a subscriber due to some JMS error.
Throws InvalidDestinationException if invalid Topic specified.
The createSubscriber Method
Create a non-durable Subscriber to the specified topic. A client uses a TopicSubscriber
for receiving messages that have been published to a topic. Regular TopicSubscriber's
are not durable. They only receive messages that are published while they are active.
Messages filtered out by a subscriber's message selector will never be delivered to the
subscriber. From the subscriber's perspective they simply don't exist. In some cases, a
connection may both publish and subscribe to a topic. The subscriber NoLocal attribute
allows a subscriber to inhibit the delivery of messages published by its own connection.
public TopicSubscriber createSubscriber(Topic topic,java.lang.String
messageSelector, boolean noLocal)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
topic
The topic to which to subscribe.
messageSelector
Only messages with properties matching the message selector
expression are delivered. This value may be null.
noLocal
If set, inhibits the delivery of messages published by it’s own
connection.
Throws JMSException if a session fails to create a subscriber due to some JMS error or
invalid selector.
Throws InvalidDestinationException if invalid Topic specified.
Throws InvalidSelectorException if the message selector is invalid.
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The createDurableSubscriber Method
Create a durable Subscriber to the specified topic. If a client needs to receive all the
messages published on a topic including the ones published while the subscriber is
inactive, it uses a durable TopicSubscriber. JMS retains a record of this durable
subscription and insures that all messages from the topic's publishers are retained until
they are either acknowledged by this durable subscriber or they have expired.
Sessions with durable subscribers must always provide the same client identifier. In
addition, each client must specify a name which uniquely identifies (within client
identifier) each durable subscription it creates. Only one session at a time can have a
TopicSubscriber for a particular durable subscription.
A client can change an existing durable subscription by creating a durable
TopicSubscriber with the same name and a new topic and/or message selector.
Changing a durable subscriber is equivalent to unsubscribing (deleting) the old one
and creating a new one.
public TopicSubscriber createDurableSubscriber(Topic topic,
java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
topic
The non-temporary topic to which to subscribe.
name
The name used to identify this subscription.
Throws JMSException if a session fails to create a subscriber due to some JMS error.
Throws InvalidDestinationException if invalid Topic specified.
The createDurableSubscriber Method
Create a durable Subscriber to the specified topic.
If a client needs to receive all the messages published on a topic including the ones
published while the subscriber is inactive, it uses a durable TopicSubscriber. JMS
retains a record of this durable subscription and insures that all messages from the
topic's publishers are retained until they are either acknowledged by this durable
subscriber or they have expired.
Sessions with durable subscribers must always provide the same client identifier. In
addition, each client must specify a name which uniquely identifies (within client
identifier) each durable subscription it creates. Only one session at a time can have a
TopicSubscriber for a particular durable subscription. An inactive durable subscriber is
one that exists but does not currently have a message consumer associated with it.
A client can change an existing durable subscription by creating a durable
TopicSubscriber with the same name and a new topic and/or message selector.
Changing a durable subscriber is equivalent to unsubscribing (deleting) the old one
and creating a new one.
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public TopicSubscriber createDurableSubscriber(Topic topic,
java.lang.String name, java.lang.String messageSelector, boolean
noLocal)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
topic
The name of the non-temporary topic to which to subscribe.
name
The name used to identify this subscription.
messageSelector
Only messages with properties matching the message selector
expression are delivered. This value may be null.
noLocal
If set, inhibits the delivery of messages published by its own
connection.
Throws JMSException if a session fails to create a subscriber due to some JMS error or
invalid selector.
Throws InvalidDestinationException if invalid Topic specified.
Throws InvalidSelectorException if the message selector is invalid.
The createPublisherMethod
Create a Publisher for the specified topic. A client uses a TopicPublisher for publishing
messages on a topic. Each time a client creates a TopicPublisher on a topic, it defines a
new sequence of messages that have no ordering relationship with the messages it has
previously sent.
public TopicPublisher createPublisher(Topic topic)
throws JMSException
Name
topic
Description
The topic to which to publish, or null if this is an unidentified
producer.
Throws JMSException if a session fails to create a publisher due to some JMS error.
Throws InvalidDestinationException if invalid Topic specified.
The createTemporaryTopic Method
Create a temporary topic. It's lifetime will be that of the TopicConnection unless deleted
earlier.
Throws JMSException if a session fails to create a temporary topic due to some JMS
error.
public TemporaryTopic createTemporaryTopic()
throws JMSException
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The unsubscribe Method
Unsubscribe a durable subscription that has been created by a client. This deletes the
state being maintained on behalf of the subscriber by its provider. It is erroneous for a
client to delete a durable subscription while it has an active TopicSubscriber for it, or
while a message received by it is part of a transaction or has not been acknowledged in
the session.
public void unsubscribe(java.lang.String name)
throws JMSException
Name
name
Description
The name used to identify this subscription
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to unsubscribe to durable subscription due to some
JMS error.
Throws InvalidDestinationException if an invalid subscription name is specified.
5.3.36.
interface javax.jms.XASession
public interface XASession
extends Session
The XASession interface extends the capability of Session by adding access to a JMS
provider's support for the Java Transaction API (JTA) (optional). This support takes the
form of a javax.transaction.xa.XAResource object. The functionality of this object
closely resembles that defined by the standard X/Open XA Resource interface.
An application server controls the transactional assignment of an XASession by
obtaining its XAResource. It uses the XAResource to assign the session to a transaction;
prepare and commit work on the transaction; etc.
An XAResource provides some fairly sophisticated facilities for interleaving work on
multiple transactions; recovering a list of transactions in progress; etc. A JTA aware JMS
provider must fully implement this functionality. This could be done by using the
services of a database that supports XA or a JMS provider may choose to implement
this functionality from scratch.
A client of the application server is given what it thinks is a regular JMS Session. Behind
the scenes, the application server controls the transaction management of the
underlying XASession.
The getXAResource Method
Returns an XA resource to the caller.
public javax.transaction.xa.XAResource getXAResource()
The getTransacted Method
Queries whether the session is in transacted mode.
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public boolean getTransacted()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to return the transaction mode due to internal error
in JMS Provider.
Specified by getTransacted in interface Session
Throws JMSException if JMS fails to return the transaction mode due to internal error
in JMS Provider.
The commit Method
Throws a TransactionInProgressException, since it should not be called for an
XASession object.
public void commit()
throws JMSException
Throws TransactionInProgressException if method is called on a XASession.
Specified by commit in interface Session
Throws TransactionInProgressException if method is called on a XASession.
The rollback Method
Throws a TransactionInProgressException, since it should not be called for an
XASession object.
public void rollback()
throws JMSException
Specified by rollback in interface Session
Throws TransactionInProgressException if method is called on a XASession.
5.3.37.
interface javax.jms.XAQueueSession
public interface XAQueueSession
extends XASession
An XAQueueSession provides a regular QueueSession which can be used to create
QueueReceivers, QueueSenders and QueueBrowsers (optional).
The getQueueSession Method
Gets the queue session associated with this XAQueueSession.
public QueueSession getQueueSession()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if a JMS error occurs.
5.3.38.
interface javax.jms.XATopicSession
public interface XATopicSession
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extends XASession
An XATopicSession provides a regular TopicSession. which can be used to create
TopicSubscriber and TopicPublisher objects (optional).
The getTopicSession Method
public TopicSession getTopicSession()
throws JMSException
Gets the topic session associated with this XATopicSession.
Throws JMSException - if a JMS error occurs.
5.3.39.
interface javax.jms.XAConnection
public interface XAConnection
XAConnection extends the capability of Connection by providing an XASession
(optional).
5.3.40.
interface javax.jms.XAQueueConnection
public interface XAQueueConnection
extends XAConnection, QueueConnection
XAQueueConnection provides the same create options as QueueConnection (optional).
The only difference is that an XAConnection is by definition transacted.
The createXAQueueSession Method
Creates an XAQueueSession.
public XAQueueSession createXAQueueSession()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS Connection fails to create a XA queue session due to some
internal error.
The createQueueSession Method
Creates an XAQueueSession.
public QueueSession createQueueSession(boolean transacted, int
acknowledgeMode)
throws JMSException
Specified by createQueueSession in interface QueueConnection
Name
Description
transacted
Ignored; XA sessions are transacted by definition.
acknowledgeMode
Ignored.
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Throws JMSException if JMS Connection fails to create a XA queue session due to some
internal error.
5.3.41.
interface javax.jms.XATopicConnection
An XATopicConnection provides the same create options as TopicConnection
(optional). The only difference is that an XAConnection is by definition transacted.
The createXATopicSession Method
Creates an XATopicSession.
public XATopicSession createXATopicSession()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS Connection fails to create a XA topic session due to some
internal error.
The createTopicSession Method
Creates an XATopicSession
public TopicSession createTopicSession(boolean transacted, int
acknowledgeMode)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
transacted
ignored.
acknowledgeMode
ignored.
Specified by createTopicSession in interface TopicConnection
Throws JMSException if JMS Connection fails to create a XA topic session due to some
internal error.
5.3.42.
interface javax.jms.XAConnectionFactory
public interface XAConnectionFactory
The XAConnectionFactory interface is a base interface for the
XAQueueConnectionFactory and XATopicConnectionFactory interfaces.
5.3.43.
interface javax.jms.XAQueueConnectionFactory
public interface XAQueueConnectionFactory
extends XAConnectionFactory, QueueConnectionFactory
An XAQueueConnectionFactory provides the same create options as a
QueueConnectionFactory (optional).
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The createXAQueueConnection Method
Creates an XA queue connection with default user identity. The connection is created in
stopped mode. No messages will be delivered until Connection.start method is
explicitly called.
public XAQueueConnection createXAQueueConnection()
throws JMSException
Throws JMSException if JMS Provider fails to create XA queue Connection due to some
internal error.
Throws JMSSecurityException if client authentication fails due to invalid user name or
password.
The createXAQueueConnection Method
Creates an XA queue connection with specific user identity. The connection is created in stopped
mode. No messages will be delivered until Connection.start method is explicitly called.
public XAQueueConnection createXAQueueConnection(java.lang.String
userName, java.lang.String password)
throws JMSException
Name
Description
userName
The caller’s username
password
The caller’s password.
Throws JMSException if JMS Provider fails to create XA queue Connection due to some
internal error.
Throws JMSSecurityException if client authentication fails due to invalid user name or
password.
5.3.44.
interface javax.jms.XATopicConnectionFactory
public interface XATopicConnectionFactory
An XATopicConnectionFactory provides the same create options as a
TopicConnectionFactory (optional).
5.4
Unsupported Java JMS Classes
Вѓ class javax.jms.QueueRequestor
Вѓ class javax.jms.TopicRequestor
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Unsupported Java JMS Interfaces
Вѓ interface javax.jms.ConnectionConsumer
Вѓ interface javax.jms.QueueBrowser
Вѓ interface javax.jms.ServerSession
Вѓ interface javax.jms.ServerSessionPool
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Unsupported JMS Methods
Of the classes that are currently supported, the following methods are NOT supported:
Вѓ Interface QueueConnection
ВЉ createConnectionConsumer(Queue queue, java.lang.String messageSelector,
ServerSessionPool sessionPool, int maxMessages)
Вѓ Interface TopicConnection
ВЉ createConnectionConsumer(Topic topic, java.lang.String messageSelector,
ServerSessionPool sessionPool, int maxMessages)
ВЉ createDurableConnectionConsumer(Topic topic, java.lang.String
subscriptionName, java.lang.String messageSelector, ServerSessionPool sessionPool,
int maxMessages)
Вѓ Interface TopicSubscriber
ВЉ createBrowser(Queue queue)
ВЉ createBrowser(Queue queue, java.lang.String messageSelector)
Вѓ Interface TopicSubscriber
ВЉ getNoLocal()
Вѓ Interface XAResource
ВЉ forget(Xid xid)
5.7
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5.7.1.
Supported Java Message Service (JMS) Classes for COM+
e*Gate supports the following list of the Java Message Service (JMS) COM+ APIs. If you
need additional information for each of the classes and methods, please refer to Sun
Microsystems web site at:
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http://java.sun.com/products/jms/javadoc-102a/javax/jms/package-summary.html
You may also find useful the following books:
ƒ Java Message Service, O’Reilly, December 2000, ISBN: 0596000685
Вѓ Professional JMS, Wrox Press, March 2001, ISBN: 1861004931
Вѓ Professional Java Server Programming - J2EE Edition, Wrox Press, September 2000,
ISBN: 1861004656
5.7.2.
The BytesMessage Object
A BytesMessage is used to send a message containing a stream of uninterrupted bytes. It
inherits Message and adds a bytes message body. The receiver of the message supplies the
interpretation of the bytes. Member of the Message Object.
The Acknowledge Method
Acknowledges the receipt of current and previous messages.
BytesMessage.acknowledge
The ClearBody Method
Clears the body of a message, leaving the message header values and property entries
intact.
BytesMessage.ClearBody
The ClearProperties Method
Clears the properties from a message, leaving the message header fields and body
intact.
BytesMessage.ClearProperties
The GetProperty Method
Returns the Visual Basic data type property value with the given name, into the
Message.
BytesMessage.GetProperty(name As String)
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The PropertyExists Method
Checks whether a value for a specific property exists.
BytesMessage.PropertyExists(name as String)
Name
name
Description
The name of the property to check.
The ReadBoolean Method
Reads a Boolean value from the bytes message stream.
BytesMessage.ReadBoolean() As Boolean
The ReadByte Method
Reads a signed 8-bit value from the bytes message stream.
BytesMessage.ReadByte()As Byte
The ReadBytes Method
Reads a portion of the bytes message stream.
BytesMessage.ReadBytes(value, [length])As Long
Name
Description
value
The buffer the data is read into.
length
The number of bytes read.
The ReadChar Method
Reads a Unicode character value from the bytes message stream.
BytesMessage.ReadChar() As Integer
The ReadDouble Method
Reads a double from the bytes message stream.
BytesMessage.ReadDouble() As Double
The ReadFloat Method
Reads a float from the bytes message stream.
BytesMessage.ReadFloat() As Single
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The ReadInt Method
Reads a signed 32-bit integer from the bytes message stream.
BytesMessage.ReadInt() As Long
The ReadLong Method
Reads a signed 64-bit integer from the bytes message stream.
BytesMessage.ReadLong() As Currency
The ReadShort Method
Reads a signed 16-bit number from the bytes message stream.
BytesMessage.ReadShort() As Integer
The ReadUnsignedByte Method
Reads an unsigned 8-bit number from the bytes message stream.
BytesMessage.ReadUnsignedByte() As Long
The ReadUnsignedShort Method
Reads an unsigned 16-bit number from the bytes message stream
BytesMessage.ReadUnsignedShort() As Long
The ReadUTF Method
ReadUTF reads the string that was encoded using a modified UTF-8 format from the
bytes message stream.
BytesMessage.ReadUTF() As String
The Reset Method
The Reset method puts the message body in read-only mode, and repositions the
stream of bytes to the beginning.
BytesMessage.Reset
The SetProperty Method
The SetProperty method sets a Visual Basic data type property value with the given
name, into the Message.
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BytesMessage.SetProperty(name As String, value)
Name
Description
name
Name of the property.
value
Value to set.
The WriteBoolean Method
WriteBoolean writes to the bytes message stream as a 1-byte value.
BytesMessage.WriteBoolean(value as Boolean)
Name
value
Description
Write a boolean to the bytes message stream as a
1 byte value. The value true is written out as the
value (byte)1; the value false is written out as the
value (byte)0.
The WriteByte Method
WriteByte writes to the bytes message stream as a 1-byte value
BytesMessage.WriteByte(value As Byte)
Name
value
Description
The byte value to be written
The WriteBytes Method
WriteBytes writes a byte array, or a portion of the byte array, to the bytes message
stream
BytesMessage.WriteBytes(value, [offset], [length])
Name
Description
value
The byte array value to be written.
offset
The initial offset within the byte array.
length
The number of bytes to use.
The WriteChar Method
WriteChar writes a char to the bytes message stream as a 2-byte value, high byte first
BytesMessage.WriteChar(value As integer)
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Name
Description
value
The Char value to be written.
The WriteDouble Method
Convert the double parameter value to a long, and then writes an 8-byte long value to
the bytes message stream (high byte is written first).
BytesMessage.WriteDouble(value As Double)
Name
value
Description
The double value to write to the message stream.
The WriteFloat Method
Convert the float argument to an long, and then writes that long value to the bytes
message stream as a 4-byte quantity, high byte first
BytesMessage.WriteFloat(Value As Single)
Name
value
Description
The float value to be written.
The WriteInt Method
Write an int to the bytes message stream as four bytes, high byte first.
BytesMessage.WriteInt(value As Long)
Name
value
Description
The float value to be written.
The WriteLong Method
WriteLong writes a long to the bytes message stream as eight bytes, high byte first
BytesMessage.WriteLong(value As Currency)
Name
value
Description
The WriteLong is written as a currency.
The WriteObject Method
Currently not supported
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The WriteShort Method
WriteShort writes a short to the bytes message stream as two bytes, high byte first
BytesMessage.WriteShort(value As Integer)
Name
Description
value
The short that is written.
The WriteUTF Method
WriteUTF writes a string to the bytes message stream using UTF-8 encoding in a
machine-independent manner
BytesMessage.WriteUTF(value As String)
Name
Description
The String value that is written.
value
5.7.3.
Properties of the BytesMessage Object
The CorrelationID Property
The CorrelationID property sets or returns correlation id values that are either JMS IQ
Manager specific message ID's or application-specific strings.
BytesMessage.CorrelationID = String
String = BytesMessage.CorrelationID
The CorrelationIDAsBytes Property
Currently not supported.
The DeliveryMode Property
The DeliveryMode property sets or returns the delivery mode for this message as either
msNonPersistent, or msPersistent. The default value is msDefaultDeliveryMode
(msPersistent).
DeliveryMode = BytesMessageConstant
BytesMessageConstant = DeliveryMode
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Description
msNon_Persistent
This is the lowest overhead delivery mode
because it does not require the message to
be logged to storage. the JMS IQ Manager
delivers a Non_Persistent message with a
one-time-only delivery. If the JMS IQ
Manager goes down, the message will be
lost.
The Destination Property
Currently not supported.
The Expiration Property
The Expiration property sets or returns the message expiration time in milliseconds.
BytesMessage.Expiration = Currency
Currency = BytesMessage.Expiration
The MessageID Property
The MessageID property sets or returns the value of the uniquely assigned identifier in
the message header.
BytesMessage.MessageID = String
String = BytesMessage.MessageID
The Priority Property
Currently not supported.
The Redelivered Property
The Redelivered property sets or returns an indication as to whether this message is
redelivered.
BytesMessage.Redelivered = Boolean
Boolean = BytesMessage.Redelivered
The ReplyTo Property
The ReplyTo property sets or returns were a reply to this message will be sent.
Destination can be a Topic, Queue, Temporary Topic, or a Temporary Queue.
BytesMessage.ReplyTo = Destination
Destination = BytesMessage.ReplyTo
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The Timestamp Property
The TimeStamp property sets or returns the message timestamp.
BytesMessage.Timestamp = Currency
Currency = BytesMessage.Timestamp
The Type Property
The Type property sets or returns the message type.
BytesMessage.Type = String
String = BytesMessage.Type
5.7.4.
The Connection Object
A Connection is a client’s active connection to its provider. This is an abstract interface.
The Start Method
The Start method starts or restarts the delivery of a transaction connection's incoming
messages.
Connection.Start
The Stop Method
The Stop methods temporarily stops the delivery of incoming messages from a
transaction connection.
Connection.Stop
5.7.5.
Properties of the Connection Object
The ClientID Property
ClientID sets or returns the client identifier for this connection. This value is JMS IQ
Manager specific.
Connection.ClientID = String
String = Connection.ClientID
The MetaData Property
This property is not currently supported.
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The ConnectionFactory Object
A ConnectionFactory encapsulates a set of connection configuration parameters that
has been defined by your administrator. This is an abstract interface.
There are no methods currently associated with this object.
5.7.7.
Properties of the ConnectionFactory Object
The HostName Property
HostName is a property that sets or returns the name of the host where Message server
is running.
ConnectionFactory.HostName = String
String = ConnectionFactory.HostName
The Port Property
The Port property sets or returns the port number at which the Message Server is
listening, default value is 24053
ConnectionFactory.Port = Long
Long = ConnectionFactory.Port
The PortOffset Property
The PortOffset property sets or returns the port offset number of the Message Server if
more then one Message Server is running on the same host machine and using the same
port number
ConnectionFactory.PortOffset = Long
Long = ConnectionFactory.PortOffset
5.7.8.
The Connection MetaData Object
This Object is currently not supported.
5.7.9.
The MapMessage Object
The MapMessage is used to send a set of name-value pairs where names are Strings
and values are primitive data types. Member of the Message Object.
The Acknowledge Method
Acknowledges the receipt of current and previous messages.
MapMessage.Acknowledge
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The ClearBody Method
Clears the body of a message, leaving the message header values and property entries
intact.
MapMessage.ClearBody
The ClearProperties Method
Clears the properties from a message, leaving the message header fields and body
intact.
MapMessage.ClearProperties
The GetBoolean Method
The GetBoolean method returns the boolean value with the given name
MapMessage.GetBoolean() As Boolean
Name
Description
name
The name of the Boolean property.
The GetByte Method
The GetByte method returns the byte value with the given name.
MapMessage.GetByte(name as a String) As Byte
Name
Description
name
The name of the byte.
The GetBytes Methods
The GetBytes method returns the byte array value with the given name as a variable.
MapMessage.GetBytes(name As String, length As Long)
Name
Description
name
The name of the byte property.
length
The length of the property
The GetChar Method
The GetChar property returns the Unicode character value with the given name.
MapMessage.GetChar(name As String) As Integer
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Name
Description
name
The name of the Unicode character.
The GetDouble Method
The GetDouble method returns the double value with the given name.
MapMessage.GetDouble(name As String) As Double
Name
Description
name
The name of the double property.
The GetFloat Method
The GetFloat method returns the float value with the given name.
MapMessage.GetFloat(name As String)
Name
Description
name
The name of the float property.
The GetInt Method
The GetInt method returns the long value with the given name
MapMessage.GetInt(name as a String) As Long
Name
name
Description
The name of the integer.
The GetLong Method
The GetLong method returns the currency value with the given name.
MapMessage.GetLong(name As String)As Currency
Name
name
Description
The name of the currency property.
The GetObject Method
The GetObject method is currently not supported.
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The GetProperty Method
The GetProperty method returns the Visual Basic data type property value with the
given name, into the Message.
MapMessage.GetProperty(name As String)
Name
Description
Name of the currency property.
name
The GetShort Method
The GetShort method returns the short value with the given name.
MapMessage.GetShort (name As String) As Integer
Name
name
Description
The name of the short currency property.
The GetString Method
Return the String value with the given name
MapMessage.GetString(name As String) As String
Name
name
Description
The name of the String property.
The ItemExists Method
The ItemExists method checks to verify if an item exists in the MapMessage.
MapMessage.ItemExists(name As String) As Boolean
Name
name
Description
The name of the item to check.
The PropertyExists Method
The PropertyExists method checks if a property value exists.
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The SetBoolean Method
The SetBoolean method sets a boolean property value with the given name, into the
Message.
MapMessage.SetBoolean (name As String, value As Boolean)
Name
Description
name
The name of the property value.
value
The value to set in the message.
The SetByte Method
The SetByte method sets a byte value with the given name, into the Map.
MapMessage.SetByte(name As String, value As Byte)
Name
Description
name
The name of the byte property.
value
The byte property value to set in the
message.
The SetBytes Method
The SetBytes method sets a byte array or a portion of value with the given name, into
the Map.
MapMessage.SetBytes(name As String, value, [offset], [length])
Name
Description
name
The name of the Bytes property.
value
The byte array value to set in the Map.
offset
The initial offset within the byte array.
length
The number of bytes to use.
The SetChar Method
The SetChar method sets a Unicode character value with the given name, into the Map.
MapMessage.SetChar(name As String, value As Integer)
Name
Description
name
The name of the Unicode character.
value
The Unicode character value to set in the
Map.
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The SetDouble Method
The SetDouble method sets a double value with the given name, into the Map.
MapMessage.SetDouble(name As String, value As Double)
Name
Description
name
The name of the double property.
value
The double property value to set in the map.
The SetFloat Methods
The SetFloat method sets a float value with the given name, into the Map.
MapMessage.SetFloat(name As String, value As Single)
Name
Description
name
The
name of the float property.
value
The the
float value to set in the map.
The SetInt Method
Set an long value with the given name, into the Map
MapMessage.SetInt(name As String, value As Long)
Name
Description
name
The name of the long property.
value
The long property value to set in the
message.
The SetLong Method
The SetLong method sets a currency value with the given name, into the Map.
MapMessage.SetLong(name As String, value As Currency)
Name
Description
name
The name of the currency property.
value
The currency property value to set in the
message.
The SetObject Method
This method is currently not supported.
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The SetProperty Method
Sets a Visual Basic data type property value with the given name, into the Message.
MapMessage.SetProperty(name As String, value)
Name
Description
name
The name of the property.
value
The value to set.
The SetShort Method
The SetShort method sets a short value with the given name, into the Map.
MapMessage.SetShort(name As String, value As Integer)
Name
Description
name
The name of the short property.
value
The integer property value to set in the map.
The SetString Method
The SetString method sets a String value with the given name, into the Map.
MapMessage.SetString(name As String, value As String)
Name
5.7.10.
Description
name
The name of the string property.
value
The string value to set into the map.
Properties of the MapMessage Object
The CorrelationID Property
The CorrelationID property sets or returns correlation id values that are either JMS IQ
Manager specific message ID's or application-specific strings.
Mapessage.CorrelationID = String
String = MapMessage.CorrelationID
The CorrelationIDAsBytes Property
Currently not supported.
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The DeliveryMode Property
The DeliveryMode property sets or returns the delivery mode for this message as either
msNonPersistent, or msPersistent. The default value is msDefaultDeliveryMode
(msPersistent).
DeliveryMode= DeliveryModeConstant
DeliveryModeConstant = DeliveryMode
Name
Description
msPersistent
This mode instructs the JMS IQ Manager to
log the message to storage as part of the
client’s send operation.
msNon_Persistent
This is the lowest overhead delivery mode
because it does not require the message to
be logged to storage. the JMS IQ Manager
delivers a Non_Persistent message with a
one-time-only delivery. If the JMS IQ
Manager goes down, the message will be
lost.
The Destination Property
Currently not supported.
The Expiration Property
The Expiration property sets or returns the message expiration time in milliseconds.
MapMessage.Expiration = Currency
Currency = MapMessage.Expiration
The MapNames Property
The MapNames property returns the Map message’s names as an array of String. (readonly)
MapMessage.MapNames = Variant
Variant = MapMessage.MapNames
The MessageID Property
The MessageID property sets or returns the value of the uniquely assigned identifier in
the message header.
MapMessage.MessageID = String
String = MapMessage.MessageID
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The Priority Property
Currently not supported.
The Redelivered Property
The Redelivered property sets or returns an indication as to whether this message is
redelivered.
MapMessage.Redelivered = Boolean
Boolean = MapMessage.Redelivered
The ReplyTo Property
The ReplyTo property sets or returns were a reply to this message will be sent.
Destination object could be a Topic, Queue, TemporaryTopic, or a TemporaryQueue.
MapMessage.ReplyTo = Destination
Destination = MapMessage.ReplyTo
The Timestamp Property
The TimeStamp property sets or returns the message timestamp.
MapMessage.Timestamp = Currency
Currency = MapMessage.Timestamp
The Type Property
The Type property sets or returns the message type.
MapMessage.Type = String
String = MapMessage.Type
5.7.11.
The Message Object
The Message interface is the root interface of all JMS messages. It defines the JMS
header and the acknowledge method used for all messages.
Subclasses of the Message Object include: BytesMessage, MapMessage, TextMessage,
and StreamMessage.
The Acknowledge Method
Acknowledges the receipt of current and previous messages.
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The ClearBody Method
Clears the body of a message, leaving the message header values and property entries
intact.
Message.ClearBody
The ClearProperties Method
Clears the properties from a message, leaving the message header fields and body
intact.
Message.ClearProperties
The GetProperty Method
Returns the Visual Basic data type property value with the given name, into the
Message.
Message.GetProperty(name As String)
Name
Description
name
The name of the property.
The PropertyExists Method
Checks whether a value for a specific property exists.
Message.PropertyExists(name) As Boolean
Name
Description
name
The name of the property to check.
The SetProperty Method
The SetProperty method sets a Visual Basic data type property value with the given
name, into the Message.
Message.SetProperty(name As String, value)
Name
Description
name
The name of the byte property.
value
The value to set.
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Properties of the Message Object
The CorrelationID Property
The CorrelationID property sets or returns correlation id values that are either JMS IQ
Manager specific message ID's or application-specific strings.
Message.CorrelationID = String
String = Message.CorrelationID
The CorrelationIDAsBytes Property
The CorrelationIDAsBytes is not currently supported.
The DeliveryMode Property
The DeliveryMode property sets or returns the delivery mode for this message as either
msNonPersistent, or msPersistent. The default value is msDefaultDeliveryMode
(msPersistent).
DeliveryMode = MessageConstant
MessageConstant = DeliveryMode
Name
Description
msPersistent
This mode instructs the JMS IQ Manager to
log the message to storage as part of the
client’s send operation.
msNon_Persistent
This is the lowest overhead delivery mode
because it does not require the message to
be logged to storage. the JMS IQ Manager
delivers a Non_Persistent message with a
one-time-only delivery. If the JMS IQ
Manager goes down, the message will be
lost.
The Destination Property
Currently not supported.
The Expiration Property
The Expiration property sets or returns the message expiration time in milliseconds.
Message.Expiration = Currency
Currency = Message.Expiration
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The MessageID Property
The MessageID property sets or returns the value of the uniquely assigned identifier in
the message header.
Message.MessageID = String
String = Message.MessageID
The Priority Property
Currently not supported.
The Redelivered Property
The Redelivered property sets or returns an indication as to whether this message is
redelivered.
Message.Redelivered = Boolean
Boolean = Message.Redelivered
The ReplyTo Property
The ReplyTo property sets or returns were a reply to this message will be sent.
Destination could be a Topic, Queue, TemporaryTopic, or a TemporaryQueue.
Message.ReplyTo = Destination
Destination = Message.ReplyTo
The Timestamp Property
The TimeStamp property sets or returns the message timestamp.
Message.Timestamp = Currency
Currency = Message.Timestamp
The Type Property
The Type property sets or returns the message type.
Message.Type = String
String = Message.Type
5.7.13.
The MessageConsumer Object
The MessageConsumer receives messages from a destination. This is an abstract
interface.
The Close Method
The Close method closes resources on behalf of a MessageConsumer. A Message Server
may allocate resources on behalf of a MessageConsumer, it is recommended that you
close any unused resources.
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MessageConsumer.Close
The Receive Message Method
The ReceiveMessage method receives the next message produced or that arrives within
the specified timeout interval for this message consumer.
MessageConsumer.Receive([timeOut]) As message
Name
Description
timeout
The timeout value (in milliseconds) of the
MessageConsumer.
The ReceiveNoWait Method
The ReceiveNoWait method receives the next message if one is immediately available.
MessageConsumer.ReceiveNoWait() As message
5.7.14.
Properties of the MessageConsumer Object
The MessageListener Property
This property is currently not supported.
The MessageSelector Property
The MessageSelector property returns this message consumer’s message selector
expression.
MessageConsumer.MessageSelector = String
String = MessageConsumer.MessageSelector
5.7.15.
The MessageListener Object
This object is currently not supported.
The OnMessage Property
This function is currently not supported.
5.7.16.
The MessageProducer Object
The MessageProducer sends messages to a destination. Sub interfaces of the
MessageProducer Object include QueueSender and TopicPublisher. This is an abstract
interface.
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There are no methods associated with this object.
5.7.17.
Properties of the MessageProducer Object
The DeliveryMode Property
The DeliveryMode property sets or returns the delivery mode for this message as either
msNonPersistent, or msPersistent. The default value is msDefaultDeliveryMode
(msPersistent).
DeliveryMode = MessageProducerConstant
MessageProducerConstant = DeliveryMode
Name
Description
msPersistent
This mode instructs the JMS IQ Manager to
log the message to storage as part of the
client’s send operation.
msNon_Persistent
This is the lowest overhead delivery mode
because it does not require the message to
be logged to storage. the JMS IQ Manager
delivers a Non_Persistent message with a
one-time-only delivery. If the JMS IQ
Manager goes down, the message will be
lost.
The DisableMessageID Property
The DisableMessageID property sets or returns whether message IDs are disabled.
MessageProducer.DisableMessageID = Boolean
Boolean = MessageProducer.DisableMessageID
The DisableMessageTimestamp Property
The DisableMessageTimestamp property sets or returns whether a messages
timestamps are disabled.
MessageProducer.DisableMessageTimestamp = Boolean
Boolean = MessageProducer.DisableMessageTimestamp
The Priority Method
Currently not supported.
The TimeToLive Method
Returns or sets the default length of time in milliseconds from its dispatch time that a
produced message should be retained by the message system, default value is
msDefaultTimeToLive i.e. zero which is unlimited.
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MessageProducer.TimeToLive = Currency
Currency = MessageProducer.TimeToLive
5.7.18.
The Queue Object
A Queue object encapsulates a Message Server specific queue name.
The ToString Method
The ToString method returns a printed version of the queue name.
Queue.ToString() As String
5.7.19.
Properties of the Queue Object
The QueueName Property
Returns the name of this queue. Read-only.
5.7.20.
The QueueBrowser Object
This object is currently not supported.
5.7.21.
The QueueConnection Object
A QueueConnection is an active connection to a PTP Message Server.
The CreateQueueSession Method
Create a QueueSession, where the possible values of acknowledgeMode are:
msAutoAcknowledge, msClientAcknowledge and msDupsOkAcknowledge.
QueueConnection.CreateQueueSession(Transacted As Boolean,
acknowledgeMode As AcknowledgeModeConstants) As QueueSession
Name
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Name
acknowledgeMode
Description
msAutoAcknowledge = 1 : The session automatically
acknowledges a client’s receipt of a message when it has either
successfully returned from a call to receive or the
MessageListener it has called to process the message
successfully returns.
msClientAcknowledge = 2 : A client acknowledges a message by
calling the message’s acknowledge method. Acknowledging a
consumed message automatically acknowledges the receipt of
all messages that have been delivered by its session.
msDupsOkAcknowledge = 3 : Instructs the session to lazily
acknowledge the delivery of messages. This is likely to result in
the delivery of some duplicate messages if the Message Service
fails. It should only be used by consumers that are tolerant of
duplicate messages. The benefit is the reduction of session
overhead, achieved by minimizing the work done to prevent
duplicates.
The Start Method
Start (or restart) a Connection's delivery of incoming messages.
QueueConnection.Start
The Stop Method
Used to temporarily stop a Connection's delivery of incoming messages.
QueueConnection.Stop
5.7.22.
Properties of QueueConnection Object
The ClientID Property
Returns or sets client identifier for this connection.
QueueConnection.ClientID = String
String = QueueConnection.ClientID
The MetaData Property
Not currently supported.
5.7.23.
The QueueConnectionFactory Object
A client uses a QueueConnectionFactory to create QueueConnections with a PTP
Message Server.
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The CreateQueueConnection Method
Create a queue connection with a default user identity.
QueueConnectionFactory.CreateQueueConnection() As QueueConnection
5.7.24.
Properties of the QueueConnectionFactory Object
The HostName Property
Returns or sets host name of the machine where Message Server is running.
QueueConnectionFactory.HostName = String
String = QueueConnectionFactory.HostName
The Port Property
Returns or sets port number at which Message Server is listening, default value is
24053.
QueueConnectionFactory.Port = Long
Long = QueueConnectionFactory
The PortOffset Property
Returns or sets port offset number of Message Server if more then one Message Server
is running on same host machine and using same port number.
QueueConnectionFactory.PortOffset = Long
Long = QueueConnectionFactory.PortOffset
5.7.25.
The QueueReceiver Object
A client uses a QueueReceiver for receiving messages that have been delivered to a
queue.
The Close Method
Since a Message Server may allocate some resources on behalf of a MessageConsumer,
you should close them when they are not needed.
QueueReceiver.Close
The Receive Method
Receive the next message produced or that arrives within the specified timeout interval
for this message consumer
QueueReceiver.Receive([timeOut]) As message
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Name
Description
timeout
The timeout value (in milliseconds) of the
MessageConsumer.
The ReceiveNoWait Method
Receive the next message if one is immediately available.
QueueReceiver.ReceiveNoWait As message
5.7.26.
Properties of the QueueReceiver Object
The MessageListener Property
This property is not currently supported.
The MessageSelector Property
Returns this message consumer’s message selector expression.
QueueReceiver.MessageSelector = String
String = QueueReceiver.MessageSelector
The Queue Property
Returns the queue associated with this queue receiver.
QueueReceiver.Queue = Queue read only
Queue read only = QueueReceiver.Queue
5.7.27.
The QueueRequestor Object
The QueueRequestor object provides a helper class to simplify making service requests.
The Create Method
Constructs the QueueRequestor.
QueueRequestor.Create(session As QueueSession, Queue As Queue)
Name
Description
session
The QueueSession.
queue
Queue name.
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The Request Method
The Request method sends a request and waits for a reply.
QueueRequestor.Request(message As message) As message
Name
message
5.7.28.
Description
The message.
The QueueSender Object
A client uses a QueueSender to send messages to a queue.
The Send Method
Sends a message to a queue for an unidentified message producer, specifying delivery
mode, priority and time to live.
QueueSender.Send(message As message, [DeliveryMode], [Priority],
[TimeToLive], [Queue])
Name
5.7.29.
Description
message
The message to be sent.
deliveryMode
The delivery mode to use.
priority
The priority for this message. Although not
currently supported, it is suggested that you
include the priority so as not to have to modify the
code at a later date.
timeToLive
The message’s lifetime (in milliseconds).
queue
The queue that this message should be sent to.
Properties of the QueueSender Object
The DeliveryMode Property
The DeliveryMode property sets or returns the delivery mode for this message as either
msNonPersistent, or msPersistent. The default value is msDefaultDeliveryMode
(msPersistent).
DeliveryMode= DeliveryModeConstant
DeliveryModeConstant = DeliveryMode
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Description
msNon_Persistent
This is the lowest overhead delivery mode
because it does not require the message to
be logged to storage. the JMS IQ Manager
delivers a Non_Persistent message with a
one-time-only delivery. If the JMS IQ
Manager goes down, the message will be
lost.
The DisableMessageID Property
Returns or sets an indication of whether message IDs are disabled
QueueSender.DisableMessageID = Boolean
Boolean = QueueSender.DisableMessageID
The DisableMessageTimestamp Property
Returns or sets an indication of whether message timestamps are disabled.
QueueSender.DisableMessageTimestamp = Boolean
Boolean = QueueSender.DisableMessageTimestamp
The Priority Property
Currently not supported. It is recommended that you pass in the parameter as if
supported, to prevent the need to modify code at a later date.
The Queue Property
Returns the queue associated with this queue sender (read-only).
QueueSender.Queue = read only
read only = QueueSender.Queue
The TimeToLive Property
Returns or sets the default length of time in milliseconds, from its dispatch time that a
produced message should be retained by the message system. The default value is
msDefaultTimeToLive, zero, which is unlimited.
QueueSender.TimeToLive = Currency
Currency = QueueSender.TimeToLive
5.7.30.
The QueueSession Object
A QueueSession provides methods for creating QueueReceivers, QueueSenders,
QueueBrowsers, and TemporaryQueues.
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The Commit Method
Commit all messages done in this transaction and releases any locks currently held.
QueueSession.Commit
The CreateBrowser Method
Create a QueueBrowser to peek at the messages on the specified queue
QueueSession.CreateBrowser.(Queue As Queue, [MessageSelector]) As
QueueBrowser
Name
Description
queue
The queue to access.
messageSelector
Only messages with properties matching the
message selector expression are delivered.
The CreateBytesMessage Method
Create a BytesMessage.
QueueSession.CreateBytesMessage() As BytesMessage
The CreateMapMessage Method
Create a MapMessage.
QueueSession.CreateMapMessage() As MapMessage
The CreateMessage Method
Create a Message.
QueueSession.CreateMessage() As message
The CreateQueue Method
Create a queue identity given a Queue name.
QueueSession.CreateQueue(QueueName As String) As Queue
Name
Description
QueueName
The name of the queue.
The CreateReceiver Method
Create a QueueReceiver to receive messages for the specified queue.
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QueueSession.CreateReceiver(Queue As Queue, [MessageSelector]) As
QueueReceiver
Name
Description
Queue
The queue to access.
MessageSelector
Only messages with properties matching the
message selector expression are delivered.
The CreateSender Method
Create a QueueSender to send messages to the specified queue.
QueueSession.CreateSender(Queue As Queue) As QueueSender
Name
Description
Queue
The name of the queue.
The CreateStreamMessage Method
Create a StreamMessage.
QueueSession.StreamMessage() As StreamMessage
The CreateTemporaryQueue Method
Create a temporary queue.
QueueSession.CreateTemporaryQueue() As TemporaryQueue
The CreateTextMessage Method
Create a TextMessage.
QueueSession.CreateTextMessage([Text]) As TextMessage
Name
Description
Text
The string used to initialize this message.
The Recover Method
Stops message delivery int his session, and restart sending messages with the oldest
unacknowledged message.
QueueSession.Recover()
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The Rollback Method
Rolls back any messages done in this transaction and releases any lock currently held.
QueueSession.Rollback()
The Run Method
Only intended to be used by Application Servers (optional operation).
QueueSession.Run()
5.7.31.
Properties of the QueueSender Object
The MessageListener Property
This property is not currently supported.
The Transacted Property
Returns an indication that the session is in transacted mode.
QueueSession.Transacted = Boolean
Boolean = QueueSession.Transacted
5.7.32.
The Session Object
The Session object is a single threaded context for producing and consuming messages
The Commit Method
Commit all messages done in this transaction and releases any locks currently held.
Session.Commit
The CreateBytesMessage Method
The CreateBytesMessage method creates a BytesMessage.
Session.CreateBytesMessage() As BytesMessage
The CreateMapMessage Method
The CreateMapMessage method creates a MapMessage.
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The CreateMessage Method
Create a Message.
Session.CreateMessage() As message
The CreateStreamMessage Method
Create a StreamMessage.
Session.CreateStreamMessage() As StreamMessage
The CreateTextMessage Method
Create a TextMessage.
Session.CreateTextMessage([Text])
Name
Description
Text
The string used to initialize this message.
The Recover Method
The Recover method stops message delivery in this session, and restarts sending
messages beginning with the oldest unacknowledged message.
Session.Recover
The Rollback Method
The Rollback method rollbacks any messages done in this transaction and releases any
locks currently held.
Session.Rollback
The Run Method
The Run method is an optional operation that is only intended to be used by the JMS IQ
Manager.
Session.Run
5.7.33.
Properties of the Session Object
The MessageListener Property
This property is currently not supported.
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The Transacted Property
The Transacted property returns an indication that the session is in transacted mode.
Session.Transacted = Boolean
Boolean = Session.Transacted
5.7.34.
The StreamMessage Object
The StreamMessage object is used to send a stream of primitive data types.
The Acknowledge Method
Acknowledges the receipt of current and previous messages.
StreamMessage.acknowledge
The ClearBody Method
Clears the body of a message, leaving the message header values and property entries
intact.
StreamMessage.ClearBody
The ClearProperties Method
Clears the properties from a message, leaving the message header fields and body
intact.
StreamMessage.ClearProperties
The GetProperty Method
Returns the Visual Basic data type property value with the given name, into the
Message.
StreamMessage.GetProperty(name As String)
Name
name
Description
The name of the property.
The PropertyExists Method
Checks whether a value for a specific property exists.
StreamMessage.PropertyExists(name As String) As Boolean
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name
Description
The name of the property to check.
The ReadBoolean Method
Reads a Boolean value from the bytes message stream.
StreamMessage.ReadBoolean() As Boolean
The ReadByte Method
Reads a signed 8-bit value from the bytes message stream.
StreamMessage.ReadByte() As Byte
The ReadBytes Method
Reads a portion of the bytes message stream.
StreamMessage.ReadBytes(value, [length As Long]) As Long
Name
Description
value
The buffer the data is read into.
length
The number of bytes array read. This number must be less than or
equal to value.length.
The ReadChar Method
Reads a Unicode character value from the bytes message stream.
StreamMessage.ReadChar() As Integer
The ReadDouble Method
Reads a double from the bytes message stream.
StreamMessage.ReadDouble() As Double
The ReadFloat Method
Reads a float from the bytes message stream.
StreamMessage.ReadFloat() As Single
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The ReadInt Method
Reads a signed 32-bit integer from the bytes message stream.
StreamMessage.ReadInt() As Long
The ReadLong Method
Reads a signed 64-bit integer from the bytes message stream.
SteamMessage.ReadLong() As Currency
The ReadObject Method
Currently not supported.
The ReadShort Method
Reads a signed 16-bit number from the bytes message stream.
StreamMessage.ReadShort() As Integer
The ReadString Method
The ReadString method reads in a string from the stream message.
StreamMessage.ReadString() As String
The Reset Method
The Reset method puts the message body in read-only mode, and repositions the
stream of bytes to the beginning.
StreamMessage.Reset
The SetProperty Method
Set a Visual Basic data type property value with the given name, into the Message.
StreamMessage.SetProperty(name As String, value)
Name
Description
name
The name of the property.
value
The value to set.
The WriteBoolean Method
WriteBoolean writes to the bytes message stream as a 1-byte value.
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StreamMessage.WriteBoolean(value as Boolean)
Name
Description
value
The boolean value to be written.
The WriteByte Method
WriteByte writes to the bytes message stream as a 1-byte value
StreamMessage.WriteByte(value As Byte)
Name
Description
value
The byte value to be written.
The WriteBytes Method
WriteBytes writes a byte array or string to the bytes message stream
StreamMessage.WriteBytes(value, [offset], [length])
Name
Description
value
The byte array value to be written.
offset
The initial offset within the byte array.
length
The number of bytes to use.
The WriteChar Method
WriteChar writes a char to the bytes message stream as a 2-byte value, high byte first
StreamMessage.WriteChar(value As Integer)
Name
Description
value
The char value to be written.
The WriteDouble Method
Uses the doubleToLongBits method (class Double) to convert the double parameter
value to a long, and then writes an 8-byte long value to the bytes message stream (high
byte is written first).
StreamMessage.WriteDouble(value As Double)
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The WriteFloat Method
Convert the float argument to an long, and then writes that long value to the bytes
message stream as a 4-byte quantity, high byte first
StreamMessage.WriteFloat(value As Single)
Name
value
Description
The float value to be written.
The WriteInt Method
Write an int to the bytes message stream as four bytes, high byte first.
StreamMessage.WriteInt(value As Long)
Name
value
Description
The int value to be written.
The WriteLong Method
WriteLong writes a long to the bytes message stream as eight bytes, high byte first
StreamMessage.WriteLong(value As Currency)
Name
value
Description
The long value to be written as currency.
The WriteObject Method
Currently not supported
The WriteShort Method
WriteShort writes a short to the bytes message stream as two bytes, high byte first
StreamMessage.WriteShort(value As Integer)
Name
value
Description
The short that is written.
The WriteString Method
Write a string to the message stream.
StreamMessage.WriteString(value as String)
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Description
value
5.7.35.
The String value that is written.
Properties of the StreamMessage Object
The CorrelationID Property
The CorrelationID property sets or returns correlation id values that are either JMS IQ
Manager specific message ID's or application-specific strings.
StreamMessage.CorrelationID = String
String = StreamMessage.CorrelationID
The CorrelationIDAsBytes Property
The CorrelationIDAsBytes property sets or returns the correlation ID as an array of
bytes for the message.
StreamMessage.CorrelationIDAsBytes = Variant
Variant = StreamMessage.CorrelationIDAsBytes
The DeliveryMode Property
The DeliveryMode property sets or returns the delivery mode for this message as either
msNonPersistent, or msPersistent. The default value is msDefaultDeliveryMode
(msPersistent).
DeliveryMode = StreamMessageConstant
StreamMessageConstant = DeliveryMode
Name
Description
msDefaultDeliveryMode
Default DeliveryMode delivery mode.
msPersistent
This mode instructs the JMS IQ Manager to
log the message to storage as part of the
client’s send operation.
msNon_Persistent
This is the lowest overhead delivery mode
because it does not require the message to
be logged to storage. the JMS IQ Manager
delivers a Non_Persistent message with a
one-time-only delivery. If the JMS IQ
Manager goes down, the message will be
lost.
The Destination Property
The Destination property sets or returns the destination for this message.
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StreamMessage.Destination = Destination
Destination = StreamMessage.Destination
The Expiration Property
The Expiration property sets or returns the message expiration time in milliseconds.
StreamMessage.Expiration = Currency
Currency = StreamMessage.Expiration
The MessageID Property
The MessageID property sets or returns the value of the uniquely assigned identifier in
the message header.
StreamMessage.MessageID = String
String = StreamMessage.MessageID
The Priority Property
The Priority property sets or returns the priority that is assigned to this message.
Possible numbers are 1 - 9.
StreamMessage.Priority = PriorityConstant
PriorityConstant = StreamMessage.Priority
Name
Description
msPriorityZero through msPriorityNine
Level of a messages priority. Values are 0-9
with 0 being the lowest priority and 9 the
highest. Four is the message priority default
value.
The Redelivered Property
The Redelivered property sets or returns an indication as to whether this message is
redelivered.
StreamMessage.Redelivered = Boolean
Boolean = StreamMessage.Redelivered
The ReplyTo Property
The ReplyTo property sets or returns were a reply to this message will be sent.
StreamMessage.ReplyTo = Destination
Destination = StreamMessage.ReplyTo
The Timestamp Property
The TimeStamp property sets or returns the message timestamp.
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StreamMessage.Timestamp = Currency
Currency = StreamMessage.Timestamp
The Type Property
The Type property sets or returns the message type.
StreamMessage.Type = String
String = StreamMessage.Type
5.7.36.
The TemporaryQueue Object
A TemporaryQueue is a unique Queue object created for the duration of a
QueueConnection.
The Delete Method
The Delete method deletes the temporary queue.
TemporaryQueue.Delete
The ToString Method
The ToString method returns a printed version of the queue name
TemporaryQueue.ToString() As String
5.7.37.
Properties of the TemporaryQueue Object
The QueueName Property
The QueueName property returns the name of this queue.
TemporaryQueue.QueueName = String
String = TemporaryQueue.QueueName
5.7.38.
The TemporaryTopic Object
A TemporaryTopic is a unique Topic object created for the duration of a
TopicConnection.
The Delete Method
The Delete method deletes the temporary topic.
TemporaryTopic.Delete
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The ToString Method
The ToString method returns a printed version of the topic name
TemporaryTopic.ToString
5.7.39.
Properties of the TemporaryTopic Object
The TopicName Property
The TopicName property returns the name of this topic.
TemporaryTopic.TopicName = String
String = TemporaryTopic.TopicName
5.7.40.
The TextMessage Object
A TextMessage is used to send a message containing a String.
The Acknowledge Method
Acknowledges the receipt of current and previous messages.
TextMessage.acknowledge
The ClearBody Method
Clears the body of a message, leaving the message header values and property entries
intact.
TextMessage.ClearBody
The ClearProperties Method
Clears the properties from a message, leaving the message header fields and body
intact.
TextMessage.ClearProperties
The GetProperty Method
Returns the Visual Basic data type property value with the given name, into the
Message.
TextMessage.GetProperty(name As String)
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Name
Description
name
The name of the property.
The PropertyExists Method
Checks whether a value for a specific property exists.
TextMessage.PropertyExists(name As String) As Boolean
Name
Description
name
The name of the property to check.
The SetProperty Method
Set a Visual Basic data type property value with the given name, into the Message.
TextMessage.SetProperty(name As String, value)
Name
5.7.41.
Description
name
The name of the byte property.
value
The value to set.
Properties of the Message Object
The CorrelationID Property
The CorrelationID property sets or returns correlation id values that are either JMS IQ
Manager specific message ID's or application-specific strings.
TextMessage.CorrelationID = String
String = TextMessage.CorrelationID
The CorrelationIDAsBytes Property
The CorrelationIDAsBytes property sets or returns the correlation ID as an array of
bytes for the message.
Message.CorrelationIDAsBytes = Variant
Variant = Message.CorrelationIDAsBytes
The DeliveryMode Property
The DeliveryMode property sets or returns the delivery mode for this message as either
msNonPersistent, or msPersistent. The default value is msDefaultDeliveryMode
(msPersistent).
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DeliveryMode = BytesMessageConstant
BytesMessageConstant = DeliveryMode
Name
Description
msDefaultBytesMessage
Default BytesMessage delivery mode.
msPersistent
This mode instructs the JMS IQ Manager to
log the message to storage as part of the
client’s send operation.
msNon_Persistent
This is the lowest overhead delivery mode
because it does not require the message to
be logged to storage. the JMS IQ Manager
delivers a Non_Persistent message with a
one-time-only delivery. If the JMS IQ
Manager goes down, the message will be
lost.
The Destination Property
The Destination property sets or returns the destination for this message.
TextMessage.Destination = Destination
Destination = TextMessage.Destination
The Expiration Property
The Expiration property sets or returns the message expiration time in milliseconds.
Message.Expiration = Currency
Currency = Message.Expiration
The MessageID Property
The MessageID property sets or returns the value of the uniquely assigned identifier in
the message header.
TextMessage.MessageID = String
String = TextMessage.MessageID
The Priority Property
The Priority property sets or returns the priority that is assigned to this message.
Possible numbers are 1 - 9. (Not currently supported, but suggested that the value be
entered, to prevent code changes later.)
TextMessage.Priority = PriorityConstant
PriorityConstant = TextMessage.Priority
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Name
Description
msPriorityZero through msPriorityNine
Level of a messages priority. Values are 0-9
with 0 being the lowest priority and 9 the
highest. Four is the message priority default
value.
The Redelivered Property
The Redelivered property sets or returns an indication as to whether this message is
redelivered.
TextMessage.Redelivered = Boolean
Boolean = TextMessage.Redelivered
The ReplyTo Property
The ReplyTo property sets or returns where a reply to this message will be sent.
TextMessage.ReplyTo = Destination
Destination = TextMessage.ReplyTo
The Text Property
The Text property sets or returns the string containing the message’s data.
TextMessage.Text = String
String = TextMessage.Text
The Timestamp Property
The TimeStamp property sets or returns the message timestamp.
TextMessage.Timestamp = Currency
Currency = TextMessage.Timestamp
The Type Property
The Type property sets or returns the message type.
TextMessage.Type = String
String = TextMessage.Type
5.7.42.
The Topic Object
A Topic object encapsulates a Message Server specific topic name.
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The ToString method returns a printed version of the topic name
Topic.ToString() As String
5.7.43.
Properties of the Topic Object
The TopicName Property
The TopicName property returns the name of this topic.
Topic.TopicName = String
String = Topic.TopicName
5.7.44.
The TopicConnection Object
A TopicConnection is an active connection to a Pub/Sub Message Server.
The CreateTopicSession Method
Create a TopicSession
TopicConnection.CreateTopicSession(Transacted As Boolean,
acknowledgeMode As AcknowledgeModeConstants) As TopicSession
Name
Description
Transacted
If true, session is transacted.
acknowledgeMode
msAutoAcknowledge = 1 : The session automatically
acknowledges a client’s receipt of a message when it has either
successfully returned from a call to receive or the
MessageListener it has called to process the message
successfully returns.
msClientAcknowledge = 2 : A client acknowledges a message by
calling the message’s acknowledge method. Acknowledging a
consumed message automatically acknowledges the receipt of
all messages that have been delivered by its session.
msDupsOkAcknowledge = 3 : Instructs the session to lazily
acknowledge the delivery of messages. This is likely to result in
the delivery of some duplicate messages if the Message Service
fails. It should only be used by consumers that are tolerant of
duplicate messages. The benefit is the reduction of session
overhead, achieved by minimizing the work done to prevent
duplicates.
The Start Method
The Start method starts or restarts a connection's delivery of incoming messages.
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TopicConnection.Start
The Stop Method
The Stop method temporarily stops a Connection's delivery of incoming messages.
TopicConnection.Stop
5.7.45.
Properties of the TopicConnection
The ClientID Property
The ClientID property sets or returns a client identifier for this connection.
TopicConnection.ClientID = String
String = TopicConnection.ClientID
The MetaData Property
This property is currently not supported.
5.7.46.
The TopicConnectionFactory Object
A client uses a TopicconnectionFactory to create TopicConnections with a Pub/Sub
Message Server.
The CreateTopicConnection Method
Create a topic connection with default user identity.
TopicConnectionFactory.CreateTopicConnection() As TopicConnection
5.7.47.
Properties of the TopicConnectionFactory
The HostName Property
The HostName property sets or returns the host name of the machine that the JMS IQ
Server is running on.
TopicConnectionFactory.HostName = String
String = TopicConnectionFactory.HostName
The Port Property
The Port property sets or returns the port number that the JMS IQ Server is listening on,
default value is 7555
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TopicConnectionFactory = Long
Long = TopicConnectionFactory
The PortOffset Property
The PortOffset sets or returns the port offset number of the JMS IQ Server if more then
one Message Server is running on same host machine and using same port number.
TopicConnectionFactory.PortOffset = Long
Long = TopicConnectionFactory
5.7.48.
The TopicPublisher Object
A Client uses a TopicPublisher for publishing messages on a topic.
The Publish Method
The Publish method publishes a Message to a topic for an unidentified message
producer, specifying delivery mode, priority and time to live.
TopicPublisher.Publish(message As message, [DeliveryMode],
[Priority], [TimeToLive], [Topic])
Name
5.7.49.
Description
message
The message to publish.
deliveryMode
The delivery mode to use.
priority
The priority for this message. While not
currently supported, it is recommended to
implement now, to prevent code changes
later.
timeToLive
The message's lifetime (in milliseconds).
topic
The topic to publish this message to.
Properties of TopicPublisher
The DeliveryMode Property
The DeliveryMode property sets or returns the delivery mode for this message as either
msNonPersistent, or msPersistent. The default value is msDefaultDeliveryMode
(msPersistent).
DeliveryMode = BytesMessageConstant
BytesMessageConstant = DeliveryMode
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Description
msPersistent
This mode instructs the JMS IQ Manager to
log the message to storage as part of the
client’s send operation.
msNon_Persistent
This is the lowest overhead delivery mode
because it does not require the message to
be logged to storage. the JMS IQ Manager
delivers a Non_Persistent message with a
one-time-only delivery. If the JMS IQ
Manager goes down, the message will be
lost.
The DisableMessageID Property
The DisableMessageID property sets or returns whether message IDs are disabled.
TopicPublisher.DisableMessageID = Boolean
Boolean = TopicPublisher.DisableMessageID
The DisableMessageTimestamp Property
The DisableMessageTimestamp sets or returns an indication of whether message
timestamps are disabled.
TopicPublisher.DisableMessageTimestamp = Boolean
Boolean = TopicPublisher.DisableMessageTimestamp
The Priority Property
The Priority property sets or returns the priority that is assigned to this message.
Possible numbers are 1 - 9. While not currently supported, it is suggested that the
desired value be entered now, to prevent code changes later.
TopicPublisher.Priority = PriorityConstant
PriorityConstant = TopicPublisher.Priority
Name
Description
msPriorityZero through msPriorityNine
Level of a messages priority. Values are 0-9
with 0 being the lowest priority and 9 the
highest. Four is the message priority default
value.
The TimeToLive Property
The TimeToLive property sets and returns the default length of time in milliseconds
from its dispatch time that a produced message should be retained by the message
system.
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TopicPublisher.TimeToLive = MessageConstant
MessageConstant = TopicPublisher.TimeToLive
Name
Description
msDefaultTimeToLive
The default value of 0 = Unlimited
The Topic Property
The Topic property returns the topic associated with this publisher.
TopicPublisher.Topic = read-only
read-only = TopicPublisher.Topic
5.7.50.
The TopicRequestor Object
The TopicRequestor object provides a helper class to simplify making service requests.
The Create Method
Constructs the TopicRequestor.
TopicRequestor.Create(session As TopicSession, Topic As Topic)
Name
Description
session
The name of the topic session.
topic
The name of the topic.
The Request Method
Send a request and wait for a reply
TopicRequestor.Request(message As message) As message
Name
Description
message
5.7.51.
The message text.
The TopicSession Object
A TopicSession provides methods for creating TopicPublishers, TopicSubscribers, and
TemporaryTopics.
The Commit Method
The Commit method commits all messages done in this transaction and releases any
resources, currently held.
TopicSession.Commit
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The CreateBytesMessage Method
The CreateBytesMessage method creates a BytesMessage.
TopicSession.CreateBytesMessage() As BytesMessage
The CreateDurableSubscriber Method
The CreateDurableSubscriber method creates a durable Subscriber to the specified
topic.
TopicSession.CreateDurableSubscriber(Topic As Topic, name As String,
[MessageSelector], [NoLocal] As TopicSubscriber
Name
Description
topic
The non-temporary topic to subscribe to.
name
The name used to identify this subscription.
messageSelector
Only messages with properties matching the
message selector expression are delivered.
You may use a null.
noLocal
If set, noLocal inhibits the delivery of
messages published by its own connection.
The CreateMapMessage Method
The CreateMapMessage method creates a MapMessage.
TopicSession.CreateMapMessage() As MapMessage
The CreateMessage Method
Create a Message.
TopicSession.CreateMessage() As message
The CreatePublisher Method
Create a Publisher for the specified topic.
TopicSession.CreatePublisher(Topic As Topic) As TopicPublisher
Name
Description
The topic to which to publish, or null, if this
is an unidentified producer.
topic
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The CreateStreamMessage Method
Create a StreamMessage.
TopicSession.CreateStreamMessage() As StreamMessage
The CreateSubscriber Method
Create a non-durable Subscriber to the specified topic
TopicSession.CreateSubscriber(Topic As Topic, [MessageSelector],
[NoLocal]) As TopicSubscriber
Name
Description
topic
The topic to subscribe to.
messageSelector
Only messages with properties matching the
message selector expression are delivered.
This value may be null.
noLocal
If set, inhibits the delivery of messages
published by its own connection.
The CreateTemporaryTopic Method
The CreateTemporaryTopic method creates a temporary topic.
TopicSession.CreateTemporaryTopic() As TemporaryTopic
The CreateTextMessage Method
The CreateTextMessage method creates TextMessage.
TopicSession.CreateTextMessage([Text]) As TextMessage
Name
Description
text
The string used to initialize this message.
The CreateTopic Method
Create a topic identity given a Topic name.
TopicSession.CreateTopic(TopicName As String) As Topic
Name
Description
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The Recover Method
The Recover method creates a topic identity given a Topic name.
TopicSession.Recover
The Rollback Method
The Rollback method rolls back any messages done in this transaction and releases any
locks currently held.
TopicSession.Rollback
The Run Method
The Run method is an optional method
TopicSession.Run
The Unsubscribe Method
The Unsubscribe method unsubscribes a durable subscription that has been created by
a client.
TopicSession.Unsubscribe(name As String)
Name
Description
name
5.7.52.
The name used to identify this subscription.
Properties of the TopicSession Object
The MessageListener Property
This property is currently not supported.
The Transacted Property
The Transacted property returns an indication that the session is in transacted mode.
TopicSession.Transacted = Boolean
Boolean = TopicSession.Transacted
5.7.53.
The TopicSubscriber Object
A client uses a TopicSubscriber for receiving messages that have been published to a
topic.
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The Close Method
Since a Message Server may allocate resources on behalf of a MessageConsumer, clients
should close any unneeded resources.
TopicSubscriber.Close
The Receive Method
The Receive method receives the next message produced or that arrives within the
specified timeout interval for this message consumer
TopicSubscriber.Receive([timeOut]) As message
Name
Description
timeout
The timeout value (in milliseconds).
The ReceiveNoWait Method
The ReceiveNoWait method receives the next message if one is immediately available.
TopicSubscriber.ReceiveNoWait() As message
5.7.54.
Properties of the TopicSubscriber Object
The MessageListener Property
This property is currently not supported.
The MessageSelector Property
The MessageSelector property returns this message consumer’s message selector
expression.
TopicSubscriber.MessageSelector = String
String = TopicSubscriber.MessageSelector
The NoLocal Property
The NoLocal property returns the NoLocal attribute for this TopicSubscriber.
TopicSubscriber.NoLocal = Boolean
Boolean = TopicSubscriber.NoLocal
The Topic Property
The Topic property returns the topic associated with this subscriber.
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TopicSubscriber.Topic = Topic (read-only)
Topic (read-only) = TopicSubscriber.Topic
5.7.55.
The XAQueueConnection Object
An XAQueueConnection provides the same create options as QueueConnection. The
only difference is that an XAQueueConnection is by definition transacted.
The CreateQueueSession Method
Create a QueueSession, where the possible values of acknowledgeMode are:
msAutoAcknowledge, msClientAcknowledge and msDupsOkAcknowledge.
XAQueueConnection.CreateQueueSession(Transacted As Boolean,
acknowledgeMode As AcknowledgeModeConstants) As QueueSession
Name
Description
Transacted
If true, session is transacted.
acknowledgeMode
msAutoAcknowledge = 1 : The session automatically
acknowledges a client’s receipt of a message when it has either
successfully returned from a call to receive or the
MessageListener it has called to process the message
successfully returns.
msClientAcknowledge = 2 : A client acknowledges a message by
calling the message’s acknowledge method. Acknowledging a
consumed message automatically acknowledges the receipt of
all messages that have been delivered by its session.
msDupsOkAcknowledge = 3 : Instructs the session to lazily
acknowledge the delivery of messages. This is likely to result in
the delivery of some duplicate messages if the Message Service
fails. It should only be used by consumers that are tolerant of
duplicate messages. The benefit is the reduction of session
overhead, achieved by minimizing the work done to prevent
duplicates.
The CreateXAQueueSession Method
Create an XAQueueSession.
XAQueueConnection.CreateXAQueueSession() As XAQueueSession
The Start Method
Start (or restart) a Connection's delivery of incoming messages.
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The Stop Method
Used to temporarily stop a Connection's delivery of incoming messages.
XAQueueConnection.Stop
5.7.56.
Properties of XAQueueConnection Object
The ClientID Property
Returns or sets client identifier for this connection.
XAQueueConnection.ClientID = String
String = XAQueueConnection.ClientID
The MetaData Property
Not currently supported.
5.7.57.
The XAQueueConnectionFactory Object
An XAQueueConnectionFactory provides the same create options as a
QueueConnectionFactory, by definition, it is transacted.
The CreateQueueConnection Method
Create a queue connection with a default user identity.
XAQueueConnectionFactory.CreateQueueConnection() As QueueConnection
The CreateXAQueueConnection Method
Create an XA queue connection with a default user identity.
XAQueueConnectionFactory.CreateXAQueueConnection() As
XAQueueConnection
5.7.58.
Properties of the QueueConnectionFactory Object
The HostName Property
Returns or sets host name of the machine where Message Server is running.
XAQueueConnectionFactory.HostName = String
String = XAQueueConnectionFactory.HostName
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The Port Property
Returns or sets port number at which Message Server is listening, default value is
24053.
XAQueueConnectionFactory.Port = Long
Long = XAQueueConnectionFactory
The PortOffset Property
Returns or sets port offset number of Message Server if more then one Message Server
is running on same host machine and using same port number.
XAQueueConnectionFactory.PortOffset = Long
Long = XAQueueConnectionFactory.PortOffset
5.7.59.
The XAQueueSession Object
An XAQueueSession provides a regular QueueSession, which can be used to create
QueueReceivers, QueueSenders, and QueueBrowsers.
The Commit Method
Commit all messages done in this transaction and releases any locks currently held.
XAQueueSession.Commit
The CreateBytesMessage Method
Create a BytesMessage.
XAQueueSession.CreateBytesMessage() As BytesMessage
The CreateMapMessage Method
Create a MapMessage.
XAQueueSession.CreateMapMessage() As MapMessage
The CreateMessage Method
Create a Message.
XAQueueSession.CreateMessage() As message
The CreateStreamMessage Method
Create a StreamMessage.
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XAQueueSession.StreamMessage() As StreamMessage
The CreateTextMessage Method
Create a TextMessage.
XAQueueSession.CreateTextMessage([Text]) As TextMessage
Name
Description
Text
The string used to initialize this message.
The Recover Method
Stops message delivery int his session, and restart sending messages with the oldest
unacknowledged message.
XAQueueSession.Recover()
The Rollback Method
Rolls back any messages done in this transaction and releases any lock currently held.
XAQueueSession.Rollback()
The Run Method
Only intended to be used by Application Servers (optional operation).
XAQueueSession.Run()
5.7.60.
Properties of the QueueSender Object
The MessageListener Property
This property is not currently supported.
The QueueSession Property
Returns the queue session associated with this XAQueueSession.
XAQueueSession.QueueSession = QueueSession (read-only)
QueueSession (read-only)= XAQueueSession.QueueSession
The Transacted Property
Returns an indication that the session is in transacted mode.
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XAQueueSession.Transacted = Boolean
Boolean = XAQueueSession.Transacted
5.7.61.
The XASession Object
The XASession extends the capability of Session by adding access to a Message Server’s
support for Transaction, using the Compensating Resource Manager (CRM), handled
under the Distributed Transaction Coordinator (DTC).
The Commit Method
Commit all messages done in this transaction and releases any locks currently held.
XASession.Commit
The CreateBytesMessage Method
The CreateBytesMessage method creates a BytesMessage.
XASession.CreateBytesMessage() As BytesMessage
The CreateMapMessage Method
The CreateMapMessage method creates a MapMessage.
XASession.CreateMapMessage() As MapMessage
The CreateMessage Method
Create a Message.
XASession.CreateMessage() As message
The CreateStreamMessage Method
Create a StreamMessage.
XASession.CreateStreamMessage() As StreamMessage
The CreateTextMessage Method
Create a TextMessage.
XASession.CreateTextMessage([Text])
Name
Description
Text
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The Recover Method
The Recover method stops message delivery in this session, and restarts sending
messages beginning with the oldest unacknowledged message.
XASession.Recover
The Rollback Method
The Rollback method rollbacks any messages done in this transaction and releases any
locks currently held.
XASession.Rollback
The Run Method
The Run method is an optional operation that is only intended to be used by the JMS IQ
Manager.
XASession.Run
5.7.62.
Properties of the Session Object
The MessageListener Property
This property is currently not supported.
The Transacted Property
The Transacted property returns an indication that the session is in transacted mode.
XASession.Transacted = Boolean
Boolean = XASession.Transacted
5.7.63.
The XATopicConnection Object
An XATopicConnection provides the same create options as TopicConnection, but by
definition is transacted.
The CreateTopicSession Method
Create a TopicSession
XATopicConnection.CreateTopicSession(Transacted As Boolean,
acknowledgeMode As AcknowledgeModeConstants) As TopicSession
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Name
Description
Transacted
If true, session is transacted.
acknowledgeMode
msAutoAcknowledge = 1 : The session automatically
acknowledges a client’s receipt of a message when it has either
successfully returned from a call to receive or the
MessageListener it has called to process the message
successfully returns.
msClientAcknowledge = 2 : A client acknowledges a message by
calling the message’s acknowledge method. Acknowledging a
consumed message automatically acknowledges the receipt of
all messages that have been delivered by its session.
msDupsOkAcknowledge = 3 : Instructs the session to lazily
acknowledge the delivery of messages. This is likely to result in
the delivery of some duplicate messages if the Message Service
fails. It should only be used by consumers that are tolerant of
duplicate messages. The benefit is the reduction of session
overhead, achieved by minimizing the work done to prevent
duplicates.
The Start Method
The Start method starts or restarts a connection's delivery of incoming messages.
XATopicConnection.Start
The Stop Method
The Stop method temporarily stops a Connection's delivery of incoming messages.
XATopicConnection.Stop
5.7.64.
Properties of the TopicConnection
The ClientID Property
The ClientID property sets or returns a client identifier for this connection.
XATopicConnection.ClientID = String
String = XATopicConnection.ClientID
The MetaData Property
This property is currently not supported.
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The XATopicConnectionFactory Object
An XATopicConnectionFactory provides the same create options as
TopicConnectionFactory, but by definition is transacted.
The CreateTopicConnection Method
Create a topic connection with default user identity.
XATopicConnectionFactory.CreateTopicConnection() As TopicConnection
The CreateXATopicConnection Method
Create an XA topic connection with default user identity.
XATopicConnectionFactory.CreateTopicConnection() As TopicConnection
5.7.66.
Properties of the TopicConnectionFactory
The HostName Property
The HostName property sets or returns the host name of the machine that the JMS IQ
Server is running on.
XATopicConnectionFactory.HostName = String
String = XATopicConnectionFactory.HostName
The Port Property
The Port property sets or returns the port number that the JMS IQ Server is listening on,
default value is 7555
XATopicConnectionFactory = Long
Long = XATopicConnectionFactory
The PortOffset Property
The PortOffset sets or returns the port offset number of the JMS IQ Server if more then
one Message Server is running on same host machine and using same port number.
XATopicConnectionFactory.PortOffset = Long
Long = XATopicConnectionFactory
5.7.67.
The XATopicSession Object
An XA TopicSession provides a regular TopicSession which can be used to create
TopicSubscribers and TopicPublishers.
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The Commit Method
The Commit method commits all messages done in this transaction and releases any
resources, currently held.
XATopicSession.Commit
The CreateBytesMessage Method
The CreateBytesMessage method creates a BytesMessage.
XATopicSession.CreateBytesMessage() As BytesMessage
The CreateMapMessage Method
The CreateMapMessage method creates a MapMessage.
XATopicSession.CreateMapMessage() As MapMessage
The CreateMessage Method
Create a Message.
XATopicSession.CreateMessage() As message
The CreateStreamMessage Method
Create a StreamMessage.
XATopicSession.CreateStreamMessage() As StreamMessage
The CreateTextMessage Method
The CreateTextMessage method creates TextMessage.
XATopicSession.CreateTextMessage([Text]) As TextMessage
Name
Description
text
The string used to initialize this message.
The Recover Method
The Recover method creates a topic identity given a Topic name.
XATopicSession.Recover
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The Rollback Method
The Rollback method rolls back any messages done in this transaction and releases any
locks currently held.
TopicSession.Rollback
The Run Method
The Run method is an optional method
TopicSession.Run
5.7.68.
Properties of the TopicSession Object
The MessageListener Property
This property is currently not supported.
The TopicSession Property
Returns the topic session associated with this XATopicSession.
XATopicSession.TopicSession = TopicSession (read-only)
TopicSession (read-only) = TopicSession.TopicSession
The Transacted Property
The Transacted property returns an indication that the session is in transacted mode.
TopicSession.Transacted = Boolean
Boolean = TopicSession.Transacted
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The C API for SeeBeyond JMS
The C API for SeeBeyond JMS
The C API for SeeBeyond JMS, in the library stc_msclient.dll, is a wrapper around the
C++ API for SeeBeyond JMS. This section provides the following information:
Вѓ Architectural Overview on page 347
Вѓ Structures on page 348
Вѓ Interfaces on page 351
Вѓ Detailed information on the following:
ВЉ Function prototypes for each interface
ВЉ Destructor Methods on page 437
ВЉ The WString Helper Interface on page 443
ВЉ The WStringList Helper Interface on page 445
Вѓ Error Codes and Messages in the C API for JMS on page 446.
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Section 5.8
The C API for SeeBeyond JMS
Architectural Overview
The standard JMS API object model is followed in C, as illustrated in Figure 34.
Figure 34 JMS C Object Model
ConnectionFactory :
В· SBYN_QueueConnectionFactory
В· SBYN_TopicConnectionFactory
creates
Connection :
В· SBYN_QueueConnection
В· SBYN_TopicConnection
creates
Message Producer:
В· SBYN_QueueSender
В· SBYN_TopicPublisher
sends to
Destination :
В· SBYN_Queue
В· SBYN_Topic
Session :
Message Consumer:
В· SBYN_QueueSession
creates В· SBYN_TopicSession
creates
В· SBYN_QueueReceiver
creates В· SBYN_TopicSubscriber
creates
Temporary
Destination :
В· SBYN_TemporaryQueue
В· SBYN_TemporaryTopic
receives from
Destination :
В· SBYN_Queue
В· SBYN_Topic
Message :
В· SBYN_BytesMessage
В· SBYN_TextMessage
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The C API for SeeBeyond JMS
Structures
The C API for SeeBeyond JMS comprises the following structures:
Table 6 Structures in C API for SeeBeyond JMS
For Point-to-Point (P2P) Messaging
For Publish/Subscribe (Pub/Sub) Messaging
struct SBYN_QueueConnectionFactory
struct SBYN_TopicConnectionFactory
struct SBYN_QueueConnection
struct SBYN_TopicConnection
struct SBYN_QueueSession
struct SBYN_TopicSession
struct SBYN_QueueSender
struct SBYN_TopicPublisher
struct SBYN_QueueReceiver
struct SBYN_TopicSubscriber
struct SBYN_Queue
struct SBYN_Topic
struct SBYN_TemporaryQueue
struct SBYN_TemporaryTopic
struct SBYN_QueueRequestor
struct SBYN_TopicRequestor
For P2P and Pub/Sub Messaging
struct SBYN_Destination
struct SBYN_Message
struct SBYN_BytesMessage
struct SBYN_TextMessage
struct SBYN_ConnectionMetaData
struct SBYN_WString
struct SBYN_WStringList
5.8.3.
Constants
The C API for SeeBeyond JMS defines values for the following types of constants:
Вѓ DeliveryMode Constants on page 349
Вѓ DestinationType Constants on page 349
Вѓ MessageType Constants on page 349
Вѓ Session Constants on page 349
Вѓ Transacted Constants on page 350
Вѓ Miscellaneous Constants Setting Message Class Defaults on page 351
Вѓ Other Miscellaneous Constants on page 351
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DeliveryMode Constants
Table 7 Values for DeliveryMode Constants
Name
SBYN_NON_PERSISTENT
0
SBYN_PERSISTENT
1
NON_PERSISTENT
0 signifies non-persistent delivery mode. This mode maximizes performance, and
should be used if an occasional lost message is tolerable.
PERSISTENT
1 signifies persistent delivery mode. This mode maximizes reliability, and should be
used if the application will have problems if the message is lost in transit.
DestinationType Constants
Table 8 Values for DestinationType Constants
Name
SBYN_DESTINATION_TYPE_QUEUE
0
SBYN_DESTINATION_TYPE_TEMPORARYQUEUE
1
SBYN_DESTINATION_TYPE_TOPIC
2
SBYN_DESTINATION_TYPE_TEMPORARYTOPIC
3
MessageType Constants
Table 9 Values for MessageType Constants
Name
SBYN_MESSAGE_TYPE_MESSAGE
0
SBYN_MESSAGE_TYPE_TEXT
1
SBYN_MESSAGE_TYPE_BYTES
2
Session Constants
Table 10 Values for Session Constants
Name
SBYN_AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE
1
SBYN_CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE
2
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Table 10 Values for Session Constants
Name
SBYN_DUPS_OK_ACKNOWLEDGE
3
AutoAcknowledge Mode
1 signifies auto-acknowledgment: The session automatically acknowledges a client’s
receipt of a message either upon its successful return from a call to receive or upon
successful return of the MessageListener it has called to process the message.
ClientAcknowledge Mode
2 signifies acknowledgment by client: A client acknowledges a message by calling the
message’s acknowledge method. Acknowledging a consumed message automatically
acknowledges the receipt of all messages that have been delivered by its session.
DupsOKAcknowledge Mode
3 indicates that duplicates are acceptable, and instructs the session to lazily
acknowledge message delivery This setting is likely to cause delivery of some duplicate
messages if JMS fails, and should only be used by consumers that are tolerant of
duplicate messages. The benefit is the reduction of session overhead, achieved by
minimizing the work done to prevent duplicates.
Transacted Constants
Table 11 Values for Transacted Constants
Name
SBYN_NON_TRANSACTED
0
SBYN_TRANSACTED
1
If a session is specified as being transacted, it supports a single series of transactions.
A set of messages-received is grouped into an atomic unit of input, and a set of staged
messages-to-be-sent is grouped into an atomic unit of output. When a transaction
performs a commit, the atomic unit of input is acknowledged and the associated atomic
unit of output is sent. If, instead, the transaction performs a rollback, all messages in the
atomic unit of output are destroyed and the session’s input is automatically recovered.
A transaction is completed only by a commit or by a rollback. The completion of a
session’s current transaction automatically begins the next transaction. In this way,
a transacted session always has a current transaction within which work is done.
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Miscellaneous Constants Setting Message Class Defaults
Table 12 Values for Miscellaneous Constants Setting Message Class Defaults
Name
SBYN_DEFAULT_DELIVERY_MODE
1
SBYN_DEFAULT_PRIORITY
4
SBYN_DEFAULT_TIME_TO_LIVE
0
Default Setting for DeliveryMode
See “DeliveryMode Constants” on page 349.
Default Setting for Priority
JMS defines a ten-level priority value: 0 is lowest priority (least expedited) and 9 is
highest. Clients should consider priorities 0 through 4 as gradations of normal priority
and priorities 5 through 9 as gradations of expedited priority.
Default Setting for TimeToLive
Length of time that a produced message should be retained by the message system.
Measured in milliseconds elapsed since its dispatch time. The default, 0, has the special
meaning of “retain forever”—that is, the message never expires on its own.
Other Miscellaneous Constants
Table 13 Values for Other Miscellaneous Constants
Name
5.8.4.
Value
DEFAULT_PORT
7555
DEFAULT_SERVER_NAME
“localhost”
MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME
“stc_msclient.dll”
FALSE
0
TRUE
1
Interfaces
The following interfaces have defined prototypes:
Вѓ The Message Interface on page 352
Вѓ The Extended Message Interface on page 372
Вѓ BytesMessage Methods on page 373
Вѓ TextMessage Methods on page 385
Вѓ The QueueConnectionFactory Interface on page 386
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Вѓ The Connection Interface on page 387
Вѓ The Session Interface on page 391
Вѓ The TopicConnectionFactory Interface on page 403
Вѓ The Destination Interface on page 404
Вѓ The QueueReceiver Interface on page 406
Вѓ The TopicSubscriber Interface on page 409
Вѓ The QueueSender Interface on page 412
Вѓ The TopicPublisher Interface on page 423
Вѓ The TopicRequestor Interface on page 433
Вѓ The QueueRequestor Interface on page 435
Вѓ Destructor Methods on page 437
Вѓ The WString Helper Interface on page 443
Вѓ The WStringList Helper Interface on page 445
5.8.5.
The Message Interface
The Message interface defines methods for working with a Message object. The
interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ Acknowledge on page 353
Вѓ ClearBody on page 354
Вѓ ClearProperties on page 354
Вѓ PropertyExists on page 355
Вѓ GetBooleanProperty on page 355
Вѓ GetByteProperty on page 356
Вѓ GetDoubleProperty on page 356
Вѓ GetFloatProperty on page 357
Вѓ GetIntProperty on page 357
Вѓ GetLongProperty on page 358
Вѓ GetShortProperty on page 358
Вѓ GetStringProperty on page 359
Вѓ SetBooleanProperty on page 359
Вѓ SetByteProperty on page 360
Вѓ SetDoubleProperty on page 360
Вѓ SetFloatProperty on page 361
Вѓ SetIntProperty on page 361
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Вѓ SetLongProperty on page 362
Вѓ SetShortProperty on page 362
Вѓ SetStringProperty on page 363
Вѓ GetJMSCorrelationID on page 363
Вѓ GetJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes on page 363
Вѓ GetJMSDeliveryMode on page 364
Вѓ GetJMSExpiration on page 364
Вѓ GetJMSMessageID on page 365
Вѓ GetJMSPriority on page 365
Вѓ GetJMSRedelivered on page 366
Вѓ GetJMSReplyTo on page 366
Вѓ GetJMSTimestamp on page 367
Вѓ GetJMSType on page 367
Вѓ SetJMSCorrelationID on page 368
Вѓ SetJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes on page 368
Вѓ SetJMSDeliveryMode on page 369
Вѓ SetJMSExpiration on page 369
Вѓ SetJMSMessageID on page 369
Вѓ SetJMSPriority on page 370
Вѓ SetJMSRedelivered on page 370
Вѓ SetJMSReplyTo on page 371
Вѓ SetJMSTimestamp on page 371
Вѓ SetJMSType on page 372
Вѓ GetMessageType on page 372
Acknowledge
Syntax
Acknowledge(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Acknowledges the receipt of current and previous messages.
Parameters
Name
pMsg
Type
Description
SBYN_Message*
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Type
Description
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
ClearBody
Syntax
ClearBody(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Clears the body of a message, leaving the message header values and property entries
intact.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
ClearProperties
Syntax
ClearProperties(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Clears the properties from a message, leaving the message header fields and body
intact.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
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Return Value
None.
PropertyExists
Syntax
PropertyExists(pMsg, pczName, iError, pczError)
Description
Checks whether a value for a specific property exists.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
bool
Returns true if the property value is defined; otherwise, returns false.
GetBooleanProperty
Syntax
GetBooleanProperty(pMsg, pczName, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads the value of the specified Boolean property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_BOOL
The value of the property.
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GetByteProperty
Syntax
GetByteProperty(pMsg, pczName, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads the value of the specified byte property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
unsigned char
The value of the property.
GetDoubleProperty
Syntax
GetDoubleProperty(pMsg, pczName, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads the value of the specified double (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
double
The value of the property.
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GetFloatProperty
Syntax
GetFloatProperty(pMsg, pczName, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads the value of the specified floating-point (numeric) property in the specified
message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
float
The value of the property.
GetIntProperty
Syntax
GetIntProperty(pMsg, pczName, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads the value of the specified integer (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
int
The value of the property.
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GetLongProperty
Syntax
GetLongProperty(pMsg, pczName, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads the value of the specified long (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
long
The value of the property.
GetShortProperty
Syntax
GetShortProperty(pMsg, pczName, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads the value of the specified short (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
short
The value of the property.
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GetStringProperty
Syntax
GetStringProperty(pMsg, pczName, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads the value of the specified text property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the value of the property.
SetBooleanProperty
Syntax
SetBooleanProperty(pMsg, pczName, bValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes a value for the specified Boolean property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the property name.
bValue
bool
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
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SetByteProperty
Syntax
SetByteProperty(pMsg, pczName, cValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes a value for the specified byte property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the property name.
cValue
unsigned char
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
SetDoubleProperty
Syntax
SetDoubleProperty(pMsg, pczName, dblValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes a value for the specified double (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the property name.
dblValue
double
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
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SetFloatProperty
Syntax
SetFloatProperty(pMsg, pczName, fltValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes a value for the specified floating-point (numeric) property in the specified
message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the property name.
fltValue
float
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
SetIntProperty
Syntax
SetIntProperty(pMsg, pczName, iValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes a value for the specified integer (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the property name.
iValue
int
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
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SetLongProperty
Syntax
SetLongProperty(pMsg, pczName, lValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes a value for the specified long (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the property name.
lValue
long
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
SetShortProperty
Syntax
SetShortProperty(pMsg, pczName, nValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes a value for the specified short (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the property name.
nValue
short
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
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SetStringProperty
Syntax
SetStringProperty(pMsg, pczName, pczValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes a value for the specified text property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the property name.
pczValue
char*
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
GetJMSCorrelationID
Syntax
GetJMSCorrelationID(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the correlation ID for the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the text.
GetJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes
Syntax
GetJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes(pMsg, iError, pczError)
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Description
Retrieves the correlation ID for the specified message as an array of characters.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
char*
Pointer to an array of characters containing the text.
GetJMSDeliveryMode
Syntax
GetJMSDeliveryMode(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the value of the DeliveryMode property for the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
int
See “DeliveryMode Constants” on page 349.
GetJMSExpiration
Syntax
GetJMSExpiration(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the value of the timestamp set for the expiration of the specified message.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
long
Timestamp.
GetJMSMessageID
Syntax
GetJMSMessageID(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the message ID of the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the text.
GetJMSPriority
Syntax
GetJMSPriority(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the priority level for the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
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Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
int
The priority level.
Also see “Miscellaneous Constants Setting Message Class Defaults” on page 351.
GetJMSRedelivered
Syntax
GetJMSRedelivered(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves an indication of whether the specified message is being redelivered.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_BOOL
Returns true if the message is being redelivered; otherwise, returns false.
GetJMSReplyTo
Syntax
GetJMSReplyTo(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the Destination object where a reply to the specified message should be sent
(for request/reply messaging).
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
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Return Value
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the Destination object.
GetJMSTimestamp
Syntax
GetJMSTimestamp(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the timestamp of the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
long
Timestamp.
GetJMSType
Syntax
GetJMSType(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Gets the message type identifier supplied by the client when the message was sent.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the text.
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SetJMSCorrelationID
Syntax
SetJMSCorrelationID(pMsg, pczValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the correlation ID for the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczValue
char*
Pointer to the text string containing the
correlation ID.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
SetJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes
Syntax
SetJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes(pMsg, pczValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the correlation ID for the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczValue
char*
Pointer to the character array containing the
bytes for the correlation ID.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
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SetJMSDeliveryMode
Syntax
SetJMSDeliveryMode(pMsg, value, iValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the delivery mode for the specified message. See “DeliveryMode Constants” on
page 349.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iValue
int
Value corresponding to the delivery mode.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
SetJMSExpiration
Syntax
SetJMSExpiration(pMsg, lValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the timestamp at which the specified message is due to expire.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
lValue
long
Timestamp of the expiration.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
SetJMSMessageID
Syntax
SetJMSMessageID(pMsg, pczValue, iError, pczError)
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Description
Sets the message ID of the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczValue
char*
Pointer to the text string containing the message
ID.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
SetJMSPriority
Syntax
SetJMSPriority(pMsg, iValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the priority level for the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iValue
int
The priority level.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
SetJMSRedelivered
Syntax
SetJMSRedelivered(pMsg, fValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Determines whether to flag the specified message as being redelivered. Used, for
example, to specify redelivery for a message that has been sent but not acknowledged.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
fValue
SBYN_BOOL
Flag: If true, the message is being redelivered.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
SetJMSReplyTo
Syntax
SetJMSReplyTo(pMsg, pDest, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the Destination object where a reply to the specified message should be sent.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the Destination object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
SetJMSTimestamp
Syntax
SetJMSTimestamp(pMsg, lValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the timestamp (JMSTimestamp header field) that the specified message was
handed off to a provider to be sent. Note that this is not necessarily the time the
message is actually transmitted; the actual send can occur later because of transactions
or other client-side queueing of messages.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
lValue
long
Timestamp to be set.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
SetJMSType
Syntax
SetJMSType(pMsg, pczJMSType, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the JMSType header field, which is often used to identify the message structure
and the payload type.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczJMSType
char*
Pointer to the text string containing the data.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
5.8.6.
The Extended Message Interface
The extended message interface includes the following function:
Вѓ GetMessageType on page 372
GetMessageType
Syntax
GetMessageType(pMsg)
Description
Retrieves the message type (bytesmessage, textmessage, and so forth).
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Parameters
Name
pMsg
Type
Description
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
Return Value
MessageType_t
See “MessageType Constants” on page 349.
5.8.7.
BytesMessage Methods
A BytesMessage object is used for messages containing a stream of uninterpreted
bytes. The receiver of the message supplies the interpretation of the bytes.
If you are familiar with the Java implementation, note that methods ReadBytes and
WriteBytes differ from the standard JMS specification; see Differences Between Java
and C in the BytesMessage Interface on page 447.
The BytesMessage methods include the following:
Вѓ ReadBoolean on page 374
Вѓ ReadByte on page 374
Вѓ ReadBytes on page 375
Вѓ ReadChar on page 375
Вѓ ReadDouble on page 376
Вѓ ReadFloat on page 376
Вѓ ReadInt on page 377
Вѓ ReadLong on page 377
Вѓ ReadShort on page 377
Вѓ ReadUnsignedByte on page 378
Вѓ ReadUnsignedShort on page 378
Вѓ ReadUTF on page 379
Вѓ Reset on page 379
Вѓ WriteBoolean on page 380
Вѓ WriteByte on page 380
Вѓ WriteBytes on page 381
Вѓ WriteBytesEx on page 381
Вѓ WriteChar on page 382
Вѓ WriteDouble on page 382
Вѓ WriteFloat on page 383
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Вѓ WriteLong on page 383
Вѓ WriteShort on page 384
Вѓ WriteUTF on page 384
ReadBoolean
Syntax
ReadBoolean(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads a Boolean value from the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_BOOL
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
ReadByte
Syntax
ReadByte(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads a single unsigned character from the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
unsigned char
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
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ReadBytes
Syntax
ReadBytes(pMsg, pczValue, iLength, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads a portion of the BytesMessage stream into a buffer. If the length of array value is
less than the bytes remaining to be read from the stream, the array is filled.
A subsequent call reads the next increment, and so on.
If there are fewer bytes remaining in the stream than the length of array value, the bytes
are read into the array, and the return value (total number of bytes read) is less than the
length of the array, indicating that there are no more bytes left to be read from the
stream. The next read of the stream returns -1.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczValue
unsigned char*
Pointer to the buffer into which the bytes are
read.
iLength
int
The number of bytes to read; must be less than
the length of the buffer.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
int
Number of bytes read into the buffer; or -1 if all bytes were read previously.
ReadChar
Syntax
ReadChar(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads a single Unicode character from the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
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Return Value
unsigned short
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
ReadDouble
Syntax
ReadDouble(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads a double numeric value from the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
double
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
ReadFloat
Syntax
ReadFloat(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads a floating-point numeric value from the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
float
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
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ReadInt
Syntax
ReadInt(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads a signed integer value from the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
int
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
ReadLong
Syntax
ReadLong(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads a signed long integer from the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
long
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
ReadShort
Syntax
ReadShort(pMsg, iError, pczError)
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Description
Reads a signed short integer from the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
short
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
ReadUnsignedByte
Syntax
ReadUnsignedByte(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads an unsigned short integer from the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
int
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
ReadUnsignedShort
Syntax
ReadUnsignedShort(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads an unsigned short integer from the BytesMessage stream.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
int
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
ReadUTF
Syntax
ReadUTF(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads the value of a string that has been encoded using a modified UTF-8 format from
the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the text from the
BytesMessage stream.
Reset
Syntax
Reset(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Puts the message body into read-only mode and repositions the stream of bytes to the
beginning.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
WriteBoolean
Syntax
WriteBoolean(pMsg, fValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes a Boolean value to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
fValue
SBYN_BOOL
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
WriteByte
Syntax
WriteByte(pMsg, cValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes a single byte (unsigned char) to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
cValue
unsigned char
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
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Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
WriteBytes
Syntax
WriteBytes(pMsg, pczValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes an array of bytes (unsigned char values) to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczValue
unsigned char*
Pointer to the value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
WriteBytesEx
Syntax
WriteBytesEx(pMsg, pczValue, iOffset, iLength, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes a portion of a byte array (unsigned char values) to the BytesMessage stream.
For example, to extract “nag” from “manager”, set iOffset=2 and iLength=3.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczValue
unsigned char*
Pointer to the value to be written.
iOffset
int
The initial offset within the byte array.
iLength
int
The number of bytes to use.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
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Return Value
None.
WriteChar
Syntax
WriteChar(pMsg, cValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes an unsigned short integer to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
cValue
unsigned short
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
WriteDouble
Syntax
WriteDouble(pMsg, dblValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes a double numeric value to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
dblValue
double
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
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WriteFloat
Syntax
WriteFloat(pMsg, fltValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes a floating-point numeric value to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
fltValue
float
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
WriteInt
Syntax
WriteInt(pMsg, iValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes an integer numeric value to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iValue
int
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
WriteLong
Syntax
WriteLong(pMsg, lValue, iError, pczError)
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Description
Writes a long numeric value to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
lValue
int
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
WriteShort
Syntax
WriteShort(pMsg, nValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes a short numeric value to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
nValue
short
The value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
WriteUTF
Syntax
WriteUTF(pMsg, pczValue, iError, pczError)
Description
Writes a character string to the BytesMessage stream using UTF-8 encoding.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczValue
char*
Pointer to the value to be written.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
5.8.8.
TextMessage Methods
A TextMessage is used to send a message containing text. It adds a text message body.
When a client receives a TextMessage, it is in read-only mode. If an attempt is made to
write to the message while in read-only mode, an error is returned. However, if
ClearBody is called first, then message can be then read from and written to.
The TextMessage functions include the following:
Вѓ GetText on page 385
Вѓ SetText on page 386
GetText
Syntax
GetText(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the string containing the data associated with the message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
char*
Pointer to the string. The default value is 0 (null).
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SetText
Syntax
SetText(pMsg, pczBuffer, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the string containing the data associated with the message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
pczBuffer
char*
Pointer to the text string.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
5.8.9.
The QueueConnectionFactory Interface
Using point-to-point messaging, a client uses a QueueConnectionFactory object to
create QueueConnection objects.
The QueueConnectionFactory interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ CreateQueueConnectionFactory on page 386
Вѓ CreateQueueConnection on page 387
CreateQueueConnectionFactory
Syntax
CreateQueueConnectionFactory(pczHost, iPort, iError, pczError)
Description
Constructs a QueueConnectionFactory object for the specified host and port. Once
constructed, it can create QueueConnection objects for a point-to-point JMS provider.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pczHost
char*
Pointer to the text of the host name.
iPort
int
Port number.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
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Return Value
SBYN_QueueConnectionFactory*
Pointer to the QueueConnectionFactory object that was created.
CreateQueueConnection
Syntax
CreateQueueConnection(pQueCxnFac, iError, pczError)
Description
Constructs a Connection object; see “The Connection Interface” on page 387.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueCxnFac
SBYN_QueueConnectionFactory*
Pointer to the QueueConnectionFactory
object creating the QueueConnection.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Connection* pointer.
5.8.10.
The Connection Interface
A Connection object is an active connection to a JMS point-to-point provider or an
active connection to a JMS pub/sub provider. A client uses a Connection to create one
or more Sessions for producing and consuming messages.
The Connection interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ ConnectionClose on page 388
Вѓ ConnectionGetClientID on page 388
Вѓ ConnectionSetClientID on page 388
Вѓ ConnectionSetClientID on page 388
Вѓ ConnectionStart on page 389
Вѓ ConnectionStop on page 389
Вѓ ConnectionCreateQueueSession on page 390
Вѓ ConnectionCreateTopicSession on page 390
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ConnectionClose
Syntax
ConnectionClose(pConn, iError, pczError)
Description
Closes the specified connection.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pConnn
SBYN_Connection*
Pointer to the Connection object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
ConnectionGetClientID
Syntax
ConnectionGetClientID(pConn, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the client ID associated with the specified Connection object.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pConn
SBYN_Connection*
Pointer to the Connection object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the text.
ConnectionSetClientID
Syntax
ConnectionSetClientID(pConn, pczClientID, iError, pczError)
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Sets the client ID to be associated with the specified Connection object. In other words,
this method allows you to name the connection.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pConn
SBYN_Connection*
Pointer to the Connection object.
pczClientID
char*
Pointer to the text string for the client ID.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
ConnectionStart
Syntax
ConnectionStart(pConn, iError, pczError)
Description
Starts (or restarts) delivering incoming messages via the specified Connection object. If
the connection is already started, the call is ignored without error.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pConn
SBYN_Connection*
Pointer to the Connection object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
ConnectionStop
Syntax
ConnectionStop(pConn, iError, pczError)
Description
Temporarily halts delivering incoming messages via the specified Connection object. If
the connection is already stopped, the call is ignored without error.
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Name
Type
Description
pConn
SBYN_Connection*
Pointer to the Connection object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
ConnectionCreateQueueSession
Syntax
ConnectionCreateQueueSession(pConn, fTransacted, iAckMode,
iError, pczError)
Description
Creates a Session object; see “The Session Interface” on page 391.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pConn
SBYN_Connection*
Pointer to the Connection object.
fTransacted
SBYN_BOOL
Flag: If true, the session is transacted.
iAckMode
int
Ignored if the session is transacted.
If the session is not transacted, indicates
whether the consumer or client acknowledges
messages that it receives; see Session
Constants on page 349.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Session* pointer.
ConnectionCreateTopicSession
Syntax
ConnectionCreateTopicSession(pCxn, fTransacted, iAckMode,
iError, pczError)
Description
Creates a TopicSession object.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pCxn
SBYN_Connection*
Pointer to the Connection object.
fTransacted
SBYN_BOOL
Flag: If true, the session is transacted
iAckMode
int
Ignored if the session is transacted.
If the session is not transacted, indicates
whether the consumer or client acknowledges
messages that it receives; see Session
Constants on page 349.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Session* pointer.
5.8.11.
The Session Interface
The Session interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ SessionClose on page 392
Вѓ SessionCommit on page 392
Вѓ SessionGetTransacted on page 393
Вѓ SessionRecover on page 393
Вѓ SessionRollback on page 393
Вѓ SessionCreateBytesMessage on page 394
Вѓ SessionCreateTextMessage on page 394
Вѓ SessionCreateTextMessageEx on page 395
Вѓ SessionCreateQueue on page 395
Вѓ SessionCreateReceiver on page 396
Вѓ SessionCreateReceiveMessageSelector on page 396
Вѓ SessionCreateSender on page 397
Вѓ SessionCreateTemporaryQueue on page 397
Вѓ SessionCreateDurableSubscriber on page 398
Вѓ SessionCreateDurableSubscriberMessageSelector on page 399
Вѓ SessionCreatePublisher on page 399
Вѓ SessionCreateSubscriber on page 400
Вѓ SessionCreateSubscriberMessageSelector on page 400
Вѓ SessionCreateTemporaryTopic on page 401
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Вѓ SessionCreateTopic on page 402
Вѓ SessionUnsubscribe on page 402
SessionClose
Syntax
SessionClose(pSessn, iError, pczError)
Description
Closes the specified session.
Note: Sessions should be closed when they are no longer needed.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
SessionCommit
Syntax
SessionCommit(pSessn, iError, pczError)
Description
Commits all messages done in this transaction and releases any locks currently held.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
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SessionGetTransacted
Syntax
SessionGetTransacted(pSessn, iError, pczError)
Description
Queries whether the specified session is or is not transacted.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_BOOL
Returns true if the session is transacted; otherwise, returns false.
SessionRecover
Syntax
SessionRecover(pSessn, iError, pczError)
Description
Stops message delivery in the specified session, causes all messages that might have
been delivered but not acknowledged to be marked as redelivered, and restarts
message delivery with the oldest unacknowledged message. Note that redelivered
messages need not be delivered in the exact order they were originally delivered.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
SessionRollback
Syntax
SessionRollback(pSessn, iError, pczError)
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Description
Rolls back any messages done in this transaction and releases any locks currently held.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
SessionCreateBytesMessage
Syntax
SessionCreateBytesMessage(pSessn, iError, pczError)
Description
Creates a BytesMessage— an object used to send a message containing a stream of
uninterpreted bytes.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the created message object.
SessionCreateTextMessage
Syntax
SessionCreateTextMessage(pSessn, iError, pczError)
Description
Creates an uninitialized TextMessage— an object used to send a message containing a
string to be supplied. Also see “SessionCreateTextMessageEx” on page 395.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the created message object.
SessionCreateTextMessageEx
Syntax
SessionCreateTextMessageEx(pSessn, pczText, iError, pczError)
Description
Creates an initialized TextMessage— an object used to send a message containing the
supplied string. Also see “SessionCreateTextMessage” on page 394.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSessn
SBYN_QueueSession*
Pointer to the QueueSession object.
pczText
char*
Pointer to the text string with which to initialize
the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the created message object.
SessionCreateQueue
Syntax
SessionCreateQueue(pSessn, pczQueName, iError, pczError)
Description
Creates an identity with a specific queue name; does not create a physical queue.
This functionality is provided for rare cases where clients need to dynamically create a
queue identity with a provider-specific name. Clients that depend on this functionality
are not portable.
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To create a physical session, see “SessionCreateTemporaryQueue” on page 397.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
pczQueName
char*
Pointer to the name of the queue.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Destination* pointer.
SessionCreateReceiver
Syntax
SessionCreateReceiver(pSessn, pDest, iError, pczError)
Description
Creates a Receiver object to receive messages;
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the queue.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Receiver* pointer.
SessionCreateReceiveMessageSelector
Syntax
SessionCreateReceiveMessageSelector(pSessn, pDest,
pczSelector, iError, pczError)
Description
Creates a Receiver object to receive messages using a message selector. Also see
“SessionCreateReceiver” on page 396.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the object.
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the queue.
pczSelector
char*
Pointer to the text of the message selector.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_QueueReceiver* pointer.
SessionCreateSender
Syntax
SessionCreateSender(pSessn, pDest, iError, pczError)
Description
Creates a Sender object to send messages.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the queue.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Sender* pointer.
SessionCreateTemporaryQueue
Syntax
SessionCreateTemporary(pSessn, iError, pczError)
Description
Creates a Temporary object for a specified session.
Parameters
Name
pSessn
Type
Description
SBYN_Session*
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Description
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Destination* pointer.
SessionCreateDurableSubscriber
Syntax
SessionCreateDurableSubscriber(pSessn, pDest, pczName,
iError, pczError)
Description
Creates a durable subscriber to the specified topic, specifying whether messages
published by its own connection should be delivered to it.
Using pub/sub messaging, if a client needs to receive all the messages published on a
topic, including messages published while the subscriber is inactive, it uses a durable
subscriber. The JMS provider retains a record of this durable subscription and ensures
that each message from the topic's publishers is retained until either it has been
acknowledged by this durable subscriber or else it has expired.
Sessions with durable subscribers must always provide the same client ID, and each
client must specify a name that (within the given client ID) uniquely identifies each
durable subscription it creates. Only one session at a time can have a TopicSubscriber
for a particular durable subscription. An inactive durable subscriber is one that exists
but does not currently have a message consumer associated with it.
A client can change an existing durable subscription by creating a durable
TopicSubscriber with the same name and a new topic (and/or message selector).
Changing a durable subscriber is equivalent to deleting the old one and creating a new
one.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the topic.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the text string containing the client ID
of the durable subscriber.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the created TopicSubscriber object.
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SessionCreateDurableSubscriberMessageSelector
Syntax
TopicSessionCreateDurableSubscriberMessageSelector(pSessn, pDest,
pDest, pczName, pczSelector, iError, pczError)
Description
Creates a durable subscriber to the specified topic, using a message selector (pczSelector)
and/or specifying whether messages published by its own connection should be
delivered to it (fNoLocal).
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the Destination object.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the text string containing the client ID
of the durable subscriber.
pczSelector
char*
Pointer to the string containing the text of the
message selector; only messages with properties
matching the message selector expression are
delivered. A value of null or an empty string
indicates that there is no message selector for
the message consumer.
fNoLocal
SBYN_BOOL
Flag, default false. If true, inhibits the delivery of
messages published by its own connection.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the created TopicSubscriber object.
SessionCreatePublisher
Syntax
TopicSessionCreatePublisher(pSessn, pDest, iError, pczError)
Description
Creates a publisher for the specified topic.
Parameters
Name
pSessn
Type
Description
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Type
Description
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the Destination object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the created TopicPublisher object.
SessionCreateSubscriber
Syntax
SessionCreateSubscriber(pSessn, pDest, iError, pczError)
Description
Creates a nondurable subscriber to the specified topic—in other words, a subscriber that
receives only those messages that are published while the subscriber is active.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the Destination object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the TopicSubscriber object.
SessionCreateSubscriberMessageSelector
Syntax
SessionCreateSubscriberMessageSelector(pSessn, pDest,
pczSelector, fNoLocal, iError, pczError)
Description
Creates a nondurable subscriber to the specified topic—in other words, a subscriber that
receives only those messages that are published while the subscriber is active
In some cases, a connection may both publish and subscribe to a topic. The NoLocal
parameter allows a subscriber to inhibit the delivery of messages published by its own
connection. The default value for this attribute is false.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the Destination object.
pczSelector
char*
Pointer to the string containing the text of the
message selector; only messages with properties
matching the message selector expression are
delivered. A value of null or an empty string
indicates that there is no message selector for
the message consumer.
fNoLocal
SBYN_BOOL
Flag, default false. If true, inhibits the delivery of
messages published by its own connection.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the TopicSubscriber object.
SessionCreateTemporaryTopic
Syntax
SessionTopicSessionCreateTemporaryTopic(pSessn,
iError, pczError)
Description
Creates a temporary topic that lives only as long as the specified TopicConnection does
(unless the topic is deleted earlier).
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the created TemporaryTopic object.
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SessionCreateTopic
Syntax
SessionCreateTopic(pSessn, pczTopName, iError, pczError)
Description
Creates a topic identity with a specific topic name; does not create a physical topic.
This functionality is provided for rare cases where clients need to dynamically create a
topic identity with a provider-specific name. Clients that depend on this functionality
are not portable.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
pczTopName
char*
Pointer to the text string containing the name of
the topic.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the created Destination object.
SessionUnsubscribe
Syntax
SessionUnsubscribe(pSessn, pczName, iError, pczError)
Description
Unsubscribes a durable subscription that has been created by a client. Note that it is an
error to delete a durable subscription while there is an active TopicSubscriber for the
subscription, or while a consumed message is part of a pending transaction or has not
been acknowledged in the session.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pSessn
SBYN_Session*
Pointer to the Session object.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the text string containing the name
used to identify this subscription.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
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Return Value
None.
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The TopicConnectionFactory Interface
Using pub/sub messaging, a client uses a TopicConnectionFactory object to create
TopicConnection objects.
The TopicConnectionFactory interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ CreateTopicConnectionFactory on page 403
Вѓ CreateTopicConnection on page 403
CreateTopicConnectionFactory
Syntax
CreateTopicConnectionFactory(pczHost, iPort, iError, pczError)
Description
Constructs a TopicConnectionFactory for the specified host and port. Once
constructed, it can create TopicConnection objects for a pub/sub JMS provider.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pczHost
char*
Pointer to the text of the host name.
iPort
int
Port number.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_TopicConnectionFactory*
Pointer to the TopicConnectionFactory object that was created.
CreateTopicConnection
Syntax
CreateTopicConnection(pTopCxnFac, iError, pczError)
Description
Constructs a TopicConnection object.
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Name
Type
Description
pTopCxnFac
SBYN_TopicConnectionFactory*
Pointer to the TopicConnectionFactory
object creating the TopicConnection.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_TopicConnection*
Pointer to the TopicConnection object that was created.
5.8.13.
The Destination Interface
A Destination object encapsulates an address for a destination provided by SeeBeyond
JMS. It can also include other data, such as configuration information or metadata.
The Destination interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ GetDestinationName on page 404
Вѓ SetDestinationName on page 405
Вѓ DestinationToString on page 405
Вѓ DeleteDestination on page 405
GetDestinationName
Syntax
GetDestinationName(pDest, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the name of the specified Destination object.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the Destination object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the text.
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SetDestinationName
Syntax
SetDestinationName(pDest, pczName, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the name of the specified Destination object.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the Destination object.
pczName
char*
Pointer to the text string containing the name of
the destination.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
DestinationToString
Syntax
DestinationToString(pDest, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves a text string representation of the specified Destination object.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the Destination object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the text.
DeleteDestination
Syntax
DeleteDestination(pDest, iError, pczError)
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Description
Deletes the specified Destination object.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the Destination object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
5.8.14.
The QueueReceiver Interface
Using point-to-point messaging, a client uses a QueueReceiver object to receive
messages that have been delivered to a queue.
The QueueReceiver interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ QueueReceiverClose on page 406
Вѓ QueueReceiverGetMessageSelector on page 407
Вѓ QueueReceiverReceive on page 407
Вѓ QueueReceiverReceiveTimeout on page 408
Вѓ QueueReceiverReceiveNoWait on page 408
Вѓ QueueReceiverGetQueue on page 408
QueueReceiverClose
Syntax
QueueReceiverClose(pQueRecvr, iError, pczError)
Description
Closes the specified queue receiver.
Note: When a message consumer is no longer needed, it should be closed.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueRecvr
SBYN_QueueReceiver*
Pointer to the QueueReceiver object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
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Return Value
None.
QueueReceiverGetMessageSelector
Syntax
QueueReceiverGetMessageSelector(pQueRecvr, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the message selector expression associated with this queue receiver.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueRecvr
SBYN_QueueReceiver*
Pointer to the QueueReceiver object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
char*
Pointer to the string containing the message selector text. Returns null if no message
selector exists, or if the message selector was set to null or the empty string.
QueueReceiverReceive
Syntax
QueueReceiverReceive(pQueRecvr, iError, pczError)
Description
Receives the next message produced for this queue. If the called within a transaction,
the queue retains the message until the transaction commits.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueRecvr
SBYN_QueueReceiver*
Pointer to the QueueReceiver object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the received message.
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QueueReceiverReceiveTimeout
Syntax
QueueReceiverReceiveTimeout(pQueRecvr, lTimeout, iError, pczError)
Description
Receives the next message that arrives within the specified timeout interval. A timeout
value of 0 makes this function equivalent to “QueueReceiverReceive” on page 407.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueRecvr
SBYN_QueueReceiver*
Pointer to the QueueReceiver object.
lTimeout
long
The timeout value.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the received message, or null if no message is available.
QueueReceiverReceiveNoWait
Syntax
QueueReceiverReceiveNoWait(pQueRecvr, iError, pczError)
Description
Receives the next message produced for this queue if one is immediately available.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueRecvr
SBYN_QueueReceiver*
Pointer to the QueueReceiver object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the received message, or null if no message is available.
QueueReceiverGetQueue
Syntax
QueueReceiverGetQueue(pQueRecvr, iError, pczError)
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Retrieves the queue associated with the specified queue receiver.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueRecvr
SBYN_QueueReceiver*
Pointer to the QueueReceiver object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the queue.
5.8.15.
The TopicSubscriber Interface
The TopicSubscriber interface includes the following methods:
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Вѓ TopicSubscriberGetMessageSelector ON PAGE 410
Вѓ TopicSubscriberGetNoLocal ON PAGE 410
Вѓ TopicSubscriberGetTopic ON PAGE 411
Вѓ TopicSubscriberReceive ON PAGE 411
Вѓ TopicSubscriberReceiveTimeout ON PAGE 411
Вѓ TopicSubscriberReceiveNoWait on page 412
TopicSubscriberClose
Syntax
TopicSubscriberClose(pTopSub, iError, pczError)
Description
Closes the specified topic subscriber.
Note: When a message consumer is no longer needed, it should be closed.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopSub
SBYN_TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the TopicSubscriber object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
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Return Value
None.
TopicSubscriberGetMessageSelector
Syntax
TopicSubscriberGetMessageSelector(pTopSub, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the message selector expression associated with the specified topic subscriber.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopSub
SBYN_TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the TopicSubscriber object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
char*
Pointer to the string containing the message selector text. Returns null if no message
selector exists, or if the message selector was set to null or the empty string.
TopicSubscriberGetNoLocal
Syntax
TopicSubscriberGetNoLocal(pTopSub, iError, pczError)
Description
Queries whether the NoLocal flag is set for the specified topic subscriber.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopSub
SBYN_TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the TopicSubscriber object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_BOOL
If false (the default), the subscriber can also publish via the same connection.
If true, delivery of messages published via its own connection is inhibited.
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TopicSubscriberGetTopic
Syntax
TopicSubscriberGetTopic(pTopSub, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the topic associated with the specified topic subscriber.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopSub
SBYN_TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the TopicSubscriber object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the topic.
TopicSubscriberReceive
Syntax
TopicSubscriberReceive(pTopSub, iError, pczError)
Description
Receives the next message produced for this topic. If called within a transaction, the
topic retains the message until the transaction commits.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopSub
SBYN_TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the TopicSubscriber object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the received message.
TopicSubscriberReceiveTimeout
Syntax
TopicSubscriberReceiveTimeout(pTopSub, lTimeout, iError, pczError)
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Description
Receives the next message that arrives within the specified timeout interval. A timeout
value of 0 makes this function equivalent to “TopicSubscriberReceive” on page 411.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopSub
SBYN_TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the TopicSubscriber object.
lTimeout
long
The timeout value
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the received message, or null if no message is available.
TopicSubscriberReceiveNoWait
Syntax
TopicSubscriberReceiveNoWait(pTopSub, iError, pczError)
Description
Receives the next message produced for this topic if one is immediately available.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopSub
SBYN_TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the TopicSubscriber object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the received message, or null if no message is available.
Syntax
TopicSubscriberReceiveNoWait(pTopSub, iError, pczError)
5.8.16.
The QueueSender Interface
Using point-to-point messaging, a client uses a QueueSender object to send messages
to a queue. After sending a message to a queue, a client may retain the message and
modify it without affecting the message that has been sent. The same message object
may be sent multiple times.
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The QueueSender interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ QueueSenderClose ON PAGE 413
Вѓ QueueSenderGetDeliveryMode ON PAGE 414
Вѓ QueueSenderGetDisableMessageID ON PAGE 414
Вѓ QueueSenderGetDisableMessageTimestamp ON PAGE 415
Вѓ QueueSenderGetJMS_ProducerID ON PAGE 415
Вѓ QueueSenderGetPriority ON PAGE 415
Вѓ QueueSenderGetQueue ON PAGE 416
Вѓ QueueSenderGetTimeToLive ON PAGE 416
Вѓ QueueSenderSend ON PAGE 417
Вѓ QueueSenderSendEx ON PAGE 417
Вѓ QueueSenderSendToQueue ON PAGE 418
Вѓ QueueSenderSendToQueueEx ON PAGE 419
Вѓ QueueSenderSetDeliveryMode ON PAGE 420
Вѓ QueueSenderSetDisableMessageID ON PAGE 420
Вѓ QueueSenderSetDisableMessageTimestamp ON PAGE 421
Вѓ QueueSenderSetJMS_ProducerID ON PAGE 421
Вѓ QueueSenderSetPriority ON PAGE 422
Вѓ QueueSenderSetTimeToLive ON PAGE 422
QueueSenderClose
Syntax
QueueSenderClose(pQueSender, iError, pczError)
Description
Closes the specified queue sender.
Note: When a message producer is no longer needed, it should be closed.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
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Return Value
None.
QueueSenderGetDeliveryMode
Syntax
QueueSenderGetDeliveryMode(pQueSender, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the value of the DeliveryMode property of the specified queue sender.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
int
See “DeliveryMode Constants” on page 349.
QueueSenderGetDisableMessageID
Syntax
QueueSenderGetDisableMessageID(pQueSender, iError, pczError)
Description
Queries whether message IDs are or are not disabled for the specified queue sender.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_BOOL
Returns true if message IDs are disabled; otherwise, returns false.
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QueueSenderGetDisableMessageTimestamp
Syntax
QueueSenderGetDisableMessageTimestamp(pQueSender, iError, pczError)
Description
Queries whether message timestamping is or is not disabled for the specified queue
sender.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_BOOL
Returns true if message timestamping is disabled; otherwise, returns false.
QueueSenderGetJMS_ProducerID
Syntax
QueueSenderGetJMS_ProducerID(pQueSender, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the value of the ProducerID property for the specified queue sender.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the text.
QueueSenderGetPriority
Syntax
QueueSenderGetPriority(pQueSender, iError, pczError)
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Description
Queries the value of the message Priority property of the specified queue sender.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
int
Message priority level, from 0 (least expedited) through 9 (most expedited). See
“Miscellaneous Constants Setting Message Class Defaults” on page 351.
QueueSenderGetQueue
Syntax
QueueSenderGetQueue(pQueSender, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the queue associated with the queue sender.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the queue.
QueueSenderGetTimeToLive
Syntax
QueueSenderGetTimeToLive(pQueSender, iError, pczError)
Description
Queries the value of the TimeToLive property of the specified queue sender.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
long
Length of time (milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a produced message
should be retained by JMS. See “Miscellaneous Constants Setting Message Class
Defaults” on page 351.
QueueSenderSend
Syntax
QueueSenderSend(pQueSender, pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Sends the specified message to the queue, using default values for properties
(DeliveryMode, Priority, and TimeToLive) of the specified queue sender. If you need
to override the default values, see “QueueSenderSendEx” on page 417.
To specify the queue destination, see “QueueSenderSendToQueue” on page 418.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message to send.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
QueueSenderSendEx
Syntax
QueueSenderSendEx(pQueSender, pMsg,
iDelivMode, iPriority, lMilSecToLive,
iError, pczError)
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Description
Sends the specified message to the queue, overriding one or more default values for
properties of the specified queue sender. Compare to “QueueSenderSend” on
page 417.
To specify the queue destination, see “QueueSenderSendToQueueEx” on page 419.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message to send.
iDelivMode
int
Value to be used for DeliveryMode; see
“DeliveryMode Constants” on page 349.
iPriority
int
Value to be used for Priority; see
“Miscellaneous Constants Setting Message
Class Defaults” on page 351.
lMilSecToLive
long
Value to be used for TimeToLive: Length of time
(milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a
produced message should be retained by JMS.
See “Miscellaneous Constants Setting
Message Class Defaults” on page 351.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
QueueSenderSendToQueue
Syntax
QueueSenderSendToQueue(pQueSender, pDest, pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Sends the specified message to the specified queue, using default values for properties
(DeliveryMode, Priority, and TimeToLive) of the specified queue sender. Compare to
“QueueSenderSendToQueueEx” on page 419.
Typically, a message producer is assigned a queue at creation time; however, the JMS
API also supports unidentified message producers, which require that the queue be
supplied every time a message is sent. Compare to “QueueSenderSend” on page 417.
Parameters
Name
pQueSender
Type
Description
SBYN_QueueSender*
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Description
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the queue.
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message to send.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
QueueSenderSendToQueueEx
Syntax
QueueSenderSendToQueueEx(pQueSender, pDest, pMsg,
iDelivMode, iPriority, lMilSecToLive,
iError, pczError)
Description
Sends the specified message to the specified queue, overriding one or more default
values for properties of the specified queue sender. Compare to
“QueueSenderSendToQueue” on page 418.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the queue.
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message to send.
iDelivMode
int
Value to be used for DeliveryMode; see
“DeliveryMode Constants” on page 349.
iPriority
int
Value to be used for Priority; see
“Miscellaneous Constants Setting Message
Class Defaults” on page 351.
lMilSecToLive
long
Value to be used for TimeToLive: Length of time
(milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a
produced message should be retained by JMS.
See “Miscellaneous Constants Setting
Message Class Defaults” on page 351.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
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QueueSenderSetDeliveryMode
Syntax
QueueSenderSetDeliveryMode(pQueSender, iDelivMode, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the value of the DeliveryMode property of the specified queue sender.
See “DeliveryMode Constants” on page 349.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
iDelivMode
int
Value for the DeliveryMode property.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
QueueSenderSetDisableMessageID
Syntax
QueueSenderSetDisableMessageID(pQueSender, fDisabled,
iError, pczError)
Description
Determines whether message IDs are disabled for this queue sender. Default false.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
fDisabled
SBYN_BOOL
Flag, default false; if true, message IDs are
disabled.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
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QueueSenderSetDisableMessageTimestamp
Syntax
QueueSenderSetDisableMessageTimestamp(pQueSender, fDisabled,
iError, pczError)
Description
Determines whether message timestamping is disabled for this queue sender.
Default false.
Since message timestamps take effort to create and increase the size of a message, this
flag can be set true to reduce overhead if message IDs are not used by an application.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
fDisabled
SBYN_BOOL
Flag, default false; if true, message
timestamping is disabled.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
QueueSenderSetJMS_ProducerID
Syntax
QueueSenderSetJMS_ProducerID(pQueSender, pczProdID, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the value of the ProducerID property for the specified queue sender.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
pczProdID
char*
Pointer to text string containing the Producer ID.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
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QueueSenderSetPriority
Syntax
QueueSenderSetPriority(pQueSender, iPriority, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the value of the message Priority property, from 0 (least expedited) through
9 (most expedited). See “Miscellaneous Constants Setting Message Class Defaults”
on page 351.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
iPriority
int
Message priority level.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
QueueSenderSetTimeToLive
Syntax
QueueSenderSetTimeToLive(pQueSender, lMilSecToLive, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the value of the TimeToLive property of the specified queue sender.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
lMilSecToLive
long
Value to be used for TimeToLive: Length of time
(milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a
produced message should be retained by JMS.
See “Miscellaneous Constants Setting
Message Class Defaults” on page 351.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
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The TopicPublisher Interface
The TopicPublisher interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ TopicPublisherClose on page 423
Вѓ TopicPublisherGetDeliveryMode on page 424
Вѓ TopicPublisherGetDisableMessageID on page 424
Вѓ TopicPublisherGetDisableMessageTimestamp on page 425
Вѓ TopicPublisherGetJMS_ProducerID on page 425
Вѓ TopicPublisherGetPriority on page 425
Вѓ TopicPublisherGetTimeToLive on page 426
Вѓ TopicPublisherGetTopic on page 426
Вѓ TopicPublisherPublish on page 427
Вѓ TopicPublisherPublishEx on page 427
Вѓ TopicPublisherPublishToTopic on page 428
Вѓ TopicPublisherPublishToTopicEx on page 429
Вѓ TopicPublisherSetDeliveryMode on page 429
Вѓ TopicPublisherSetDisableMessageID on page 430
Вѓ TopicPublisherSetDisableMessageTimestamp on page 430
Вѓ TopicPublisherSetJMS_ProducerID on page 431
Вѓ TopicPublisherSetPriority on page 431
Вѓ TopicPublisherSetTimeToLive on page 432
TopicPublisherClose
Syntax
TopicPublisherClose(pTopPub, iError, pczError)
Description
Closes the specified topic publisher.
Note: When a message producer is no longer needed, it should be closed.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
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Return Value
None.
TopicPublisherGetDeliveryMode
Syntax
TopicPublisherGetDeliveryMode(pTopPub, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the value of the DeliveryMode property of the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
int
See “DeliveryMode Constants” on page 349.
TopicPublisherGetDisableMessageID
Syntax
TopicPublisherGetDisableMessageID(pTopPub, iError, pczError)
Description
Queries whether message IDs are or are not disabled for the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_BOOL
Returns true if message IDs are disabled; otherwise, returns false.
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TopicPublisherGetDisableMessageTimestamp
Syntax
TopicPublisherGetDisableMessageTimestamp(pTopPub, iError, pczError)
Description
Queries whether message IDs are or are not disabled for the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
int
Returns true if message timestamping is disabled; otherwise, returns false.
TopicPublisherGetJMS_ProducerID
Syntax
TopicPublisherGetJMS_ProducerID(pTopPub, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the value of the ProducerID property for the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the text.
TopicPublisherGetPriority
Syntax
TopicPublisherGetPriority(pTopPub, iError, pczError)
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Description
Queries the value of the message Priority property of the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
int
Message priority level, from 0 (least expedited) through 9 (most expedited). See
“Miscellaneous Constants Setting Message Class Defaults” on page 351.
TopicPublisherGetTimeToLive
Syntax
TopicPublisherGetTimeToLive(pTopPub, iError, pczError)
Description
Queries the value of the TimeToLive property of the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
long
Length of time (milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a produced message
should be retained by JMS. See “Miscellaneous Constants Setting Message Class
Defaults” on page 351.
TopicPublisherGetTopic
Syntax
TopicPublisherGetTopic(pTopPub, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves the topic associated with the specified topic publisher.
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Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the topic.
TopicPublisherPublish
Syntax
TopicPublisherPublish(pTopPub, pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Publishes the specified message to the topic, using default values for properties
(DeliveryMode, Priority, and TimeToLive) of the specified topic publisher. If you need
to override the default values, see “TopicPublisherPublishEx” on page 427.
To specify the topic destination, see “TopicPublisherPublishToTopic” on page 428.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message to be published.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
TopicPublisherPublishEx
Syntax
TopicPublisherPublishEx(pTopPub, pMsg,
iDelivMode, iPriority, lMilSecToLive,
iError, pczError)
Description
Publishes the specified message to the topic, overriding one or more default values for
properties of the specified topic publisher. Compare to “TopicPublisherPublish” on
page 427.
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To specify the topic destination, see “TopicPublisherPublishToTopicEx” on page 429.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message to be published.
iDelivMode
int
Value to be used for DeliveryMode; see
“DeliveryMode Constants” on page 349.
iPriority
int
Value to be used for Priority; see
“Miscellaneous Constants Setting Message
Class Defaults” on page 351.
lMilSecToLive
long
Value to be used for TimeToLive: Length of time
(milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a
produced message should be retained by JMS.
See “Miscellaneous Constants Setting
Message Class Defaults” on page 351.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
TopicPublisherPublishToTopic
Syntax
TopicPublisherPublishToTopic(pTopPub, pDest, pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Publishes the specified message to the specified topic, using default values for
properties (DeliveryMode, Priority, and TimeToLive) of the specified topic publisher.
Compare to “TopicPublisherPublishToTopicEx” on page 429.
Typically, a message producer is assigned a topic at creation time; however, the JMS API
also supports unidentified message producers, which require that the topic be supplied
every time a message is sent. Compare to “TopicPublisherPublishEx” on page 427.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the topic.
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
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Return Value
None.
TopicPublisherPublishToTopicEx
Syntax
TopicPublisherPublishToTopicEx(pTopPub, pDest, pMsg,
iDelivMode, iPriority, lMilSecToLive,
iError, pczError)
Description
Publishes the specified message to the specified topic, overriding one or more default
values for properties of the specified topic publisher. Compare to
“TopicPublisherPublishToTopic” on page 428.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the topic.
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message to publish.
iDelivMode
int
Value to be used for DeliveryMode; see
“DeliveryMode Constants” on page 349.
iPriority
int
Value to be used for Priority; see
“Miscellaneous Constants Setting Message
Class Defaults” on page 351.
lMilSecToLive
long
Value to be used for TimeToLive: Length of time
(milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a
produced message should be retained by JMS.
See “Miscellaneous Constants Setting
Message Class Defaults” on page 351.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
TopicPublisherSetDeliveryMode
Syntax
TopicPublisherSetDeliveryMode(pTopPub, iDelivMode, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the value of the DeliveryMode property of the specified topic publisher.
See “DeliveryMode Constants” on page 349.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
iDelivMode
int
Value for the DeliveryMode property.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
TopicPublisherSetDisableMessageID
Syntax
TopicPublisherSetDisableMessageID(pTopPub, fDisabled,
iError, pczError)
Description
Determines whether to disable message IDs for this topic publisher. Default false.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
iDisable
SBYN_BOOL
Flag, default false; if true, message IDs are
disabled.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
TopicPublisherSetDisableMessageTimestamp
Syntax
TopicPublisherSetDisableMessageTimestamp(pTopPub, fDisabled,
iError, pczError)
Description
Determines whether message timestamping is disabled for this topic publisher.
Default false.
Since message timestamps take effort to create and increase the size of a message, this
flag can be set true to reduce overhead if message IDs are not used by an application.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
fDisabled
SBYN_BOOL
Flag, default false; if true, message timestamping
is disabled.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
TopicPublisherSetJMS_ProducerID
Syntax
TopicPublisherSetJMS_ProducerID(pTopPub, pczProdID, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the value of the ProducerID property for the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
pczProdID
char*
Pointer to the text string containing the
Producer ID.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
TopicPublisherSetPriority
Syntax
TopicPublisherSetPriority(pTopPub, iPriority09, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the value of the message Priority property of the specified topic publisher.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
iPriority09
int
Message priority, from 0 (least expedited)
through 9 (most expedited). See
“Miscellaneous Constants Setting Message
Class Defaults” on page 351.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
TopicPublisherSetTimeToLive
Syntax
TopicPublisherSetTimeToLive(pTopPub, lMSecToLive, iError, pczError)
Description
Sets the value of the TimeToLive property for the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
lMilSecToLive
long
Length of time (milliseconds elapsed since
dispatch time) that a produced message should
be retained by JMS. See “Miscellaneous
Constants Setting Message Class Defaults”
on page 351.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
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The TopicRequestor Interface
The TopicRequestor object is used in request/reply messaging to simplify making
service requests. Given a non-transacted TopicSession object and a destination Topic, it
creates a TemporaryTopic object for the responses and provides a request method that
sends the request message and waits for its reply.
The TopicRequestor interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ CreateTopicRequestor on page 433
Вѓ TopicRequestorRequest on page 433
Вѓ TopicRequestorRequestTimeout on page 434
Вѓ TopicRequestorClose on page 434
CreateTopicRequestor
Syntax
CreateTopicRequestor(pTopSessn, pDest, iError, pczError)
Description
Constructs a TopicRequestor object. This implementation assumes that the parent topic
session is non-transacted and that the value of its DeliveryMode property is either
AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE or DUPS_OK_ACKNOWLEDGE.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopSessn
SBYN_TopicSession*
Pointer to the parent TopicSession object.
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the destination topic.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_TopicRequestor*
Pointer to the constructed TopicRequestor object.
TopicRequestorRequest
Syntax
TopicRequestorRequest(pTopReq, pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Sends a request and waits for a reply, without any upper limit on the time to wait
(compare “TopicRequestorRequestTimeout” on page 434). The temporary topic is
used for the JMSReplyTo destination; the first reply is returned, and any following
replies are discarded.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopReq
SBYN_TopicRequestor*
Pointer to the TopicRequestor object.
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the reply message.
TopicRequestorRequestTimeout
Syntax
TopicRequestorRequestTimeout(pTopReq, pMsg, lTimeout,
iError, pczError)
Description
Sends a request and waits for a reply, but only during the specified period of time.
Compare to “TopicRequestorRequest” on page 433.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopReq
SBYN_TopicRequestor*
Pointer to the TopicRequestor object.
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
lTimeout
long
Timeout value, in milliseconds.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the reply message, or 0 if no reply arrives before the waiting period ends.
TopicRequestorClose
Syntax
TopicRequestorClose(pTopReq, iError, pczError)
Description
Closes the specified topic requestor.
Note: When a message producer or consumer is no longer needed, it should be closed.
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Name
Type
Description
pTopReq
SBYN_TopicRequestor*
Pointer to the TopicRequestor object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
5.8.19.
The QueueRequestor Interface
The QueueRequestor object is used in request/reply messaging to simplify making
service requests. Given a non-transacted QueueSession object and a destination
Queue, it creates a TemporaryQueue object for the responses and provides a request
method that sends the request message and waits for its reply.
The QueueRequestor interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ CreateQueueRequestor on page 435
Вѓ QueueRequestorClose on page 436
Вѓ QueueRequestorRequest on page 436
Вѓ QueueRequestorRequestTimeout on page 437
CreateQueueRequestor
Syntax
CreateQueueRequestor(pQueSessn, pDest, iError, pczError)
Description
Constructs a QueueRequestor object. This implementation assumes that the parent
queue session is non-transacted and that the value of its DeliveryMode property is
either AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE or DUPS_OK_ACKNOWLEDGE.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSessn
SBYN_QueueSession*
Pointer to the parent QueueSession object.
pDest
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the destination queue.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
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Return Value
SBYN_QueueRequestor*
Pointer to the constructed QueueRequestor object.
QueueRequestorClose
Syntax
QueueRequestorClose(pQueReq, iError, pczError)
Description
Closes the specified queue requestor.
Note: When a message producer or consumer is no longer needed, it should be closed.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueReq
SBYN_QueueRequestor*
Pointer to the QueueRequestor object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
QueueRequestorRequest
Syntax
QueueRequestorRequest(pQueReq, pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Sends a request and waits for a reply, without any upper limit on the time to wait
(compare “QueueRequestorRequestTimeout” on page 437). The temporary queue is
used for the JMSReplyTo destination. Only one reply per request is expected.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopReq
SBYN_TopicRequestor*
Pointer to the TopicRequestor object.
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
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Return Value
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the reply message.
QueueRequestorRequestTimeout
Syntax
QueueRequestorRequestTimeout(pQueReq, pMsg, lTimeout,
iError, pczError)
Description
Sends a request and waits for a reply, but only during the specified period of time.
Compare to “QueueRequestorRequest” on page 436.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueReq
SBYN_QueueRequestor*
Pointer to the QueueRequestor object.
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
lTimeout
long
Timeout value, in milliseconds.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the reply message, or 0 if no reply arrives before the waiting period ends.
5.8.20.
Destructor Methods
Destructor methods include the following:
Вѓ DeleteQueueConnectionFactory on page 438
Вѓ DeleteQueueConnection on page 438
Вѓ DeleteQueueReceiver on page 439
Вѓ DeleteQueueSender on page 439
Вѓ DeleteQueueSession on page 440
Вѓ DeleteTopicConnectionFactory on page 440
Вѓ DeleteTopicConnection on page 441
Вѓ DeleteTopicSession on page 441
Вѓ DeleteTopicSubscriber on page 441
Вѓ DeleteTopicRequestor on page 442
Вѓ DeleteQueueRequestor on page 439
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Вѓ DeleteTopicPublisher on page 442
Вѓ DeleteMessage on page 443
Вѓ DeleteWString on page 444
Вѓ DeleteWStringList on page 445
DeleteQueueConnectionFactory
Syntax
DeleteQueueConnectionFactory(pQueCxnFac, iError, pczError)
Description
Deletes the specified queue connection factory.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueCxnFac
SBYN_QueueConnectionFactory*
Pointer to the QueueConnectionFactory
object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
DeleteQueueConnection
Syntax
DeleteQueueConnection(pQueCxn, iError, pczError)
Description
Deletes the specified queue connection.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueCxn
SBYN_QueueConnection*
Pointer to the QueueConnection object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
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DeleteQueueReceiver
Syntax
DeleteQueueReceiver(pQueRecvr, iError, pczError)
Description
Deletes the specified queue receiver.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueRecvr
SBYN_QueueReceiver*
Pointer to the QueueReceiver object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
DeleteQueueRequestor
Syntax
DeleteQueueRequestor(pQueReq, iError, pczError)
Description
Deletes the specified queue requestor.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueReq
SBYN_QueueRequestor
*
Pointer to the QueueRequestor object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
DeleteQueueSender
Syntax
DeleteQueueSender(pQueSender, iError, pczError)
Description
Deletes the specified queue sender.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSender
SBYN_QueueSender*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
DeleteQueueSession
Syntax
DeleteQueueSession(pQueSessn, iError, pczError)
Description
Deletes the specified queue session.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pQueSessn
SBYN_QueueSession*
Pointer to the QueueSession object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
DeleteTopicConnectionFactory
Syntax
DeleteTopicConnectionFactory(pTopCxnFac, iError, pczError)
Description
Deletes the specified topic connection factory.
Parameters
Name
Type
pTopCxnFac
SBYN_TopicConnectionFactory*
Pointer to the TopicConnectionFactory
object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
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Return Value
None.
DeleteTopicConnection
Syntax
DeleteTopicConnection(pTopCxn, iError, pczError)
Description
Deletes the specified topic connection.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopCxn
SBYN_TopicConnection*
Pointer to the TopicConnection object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
DeleteTopicSession
Syntax
DeleteTopicSession(pTopSession, iError, pczError)
Description
Deletes the specified topic session.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopSessn
SBYN_TopicSession*
Pointer to the TopicSession object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
DeleteTopicSubscriber
Syntax
DeleteTopicSubscriber(pTopSub, iError, pczError)
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Deletes the specified topic subscriber.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopSub
SBYN_TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the TopicSubscriber object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
DeleteTopicRequestor
Syntax
DeleteTopicRequestor(pTopReq, iError, pczError)
Description
Deletes the specified topic requestor.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
qTopReq
SBYN_TopicRequestor*
Pointer to the TopicRequestor object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
DeleteTopicPublisher
Syntax
DeleteTopicPublisher(pTopPub, iError, pczError)
Description
Deletes the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pTopPub
SBYN_TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
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Description
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
DeleteMessage
Syntax
DeleteMessage(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Deletes the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pMsg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
None.
5.8.21.
The WString Helper Interface
The WString structure (wide string—not part of the standard JMS API), is used to
facilitate the handling of text strings.
The WString helper interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ CharToWString on page 443
Вѓ DeleteWString on page 444
Вѓ WStringToChar on page 444
Also see “The WStringList Helper Interface” on page 445.
CharToWString
Syntax
CharToWString(pczStr, iError, pczError)
Description
Translates the specified character array to a WString (wide string) object.
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Name
Type
Description
pczStr
const char*
Pointer to the character array.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_WString*
Pointer to the WString object containing the translation of the character array.
DeleteWString
Syntax
DeleteWString(WStr, iError, pczError)
Description
Deletes the specified WString (wide string) object.
Parameters
Name
WStr
Type
Description
SBYN_WString*
Pointer to the WString object.
Return Value
None.
WStringToChar
Syntax
WStringToChar(WStr, iError, pczError)
Description
Translates the specified WString (wide string) object to a character array.
Parameters
Name
WStr
Type
Description
SBYN_WString*
Pointer to the WString object.
Return Value
char*
Pointer to the character array holding the translation.
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The WStringList Helper Interface
The WStringList structure (wide string list—not part of the standard JMS API), is used
to facilitate the handling of text strings.
The WStringList helper interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ DeleteWStringList on page 445
Вѓ GetPropertyName on page 445
Also see “The WString Helper Interface” on page 443.
DeleteWStringList
Syntax
DeleteWString(WStrList)
Description
Deletes the specified WStringList object (list of wide strings).
Parameters
Name
WStrList
Type
Description
SBYN_WString*
Pointer to the WStringList object.
Return Value
None.
GetPropertyName
Syntax
GetPropertyName(msg, iError, pczError)
Description
Retrieves a list of property names defined for the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
msg
SBYN_Message*
Pointer to the message.
iError
int*
Pointer to the error number.
pczError
char*
Pointer to the error message text.
Return Value
SBYN_WStringList*
Pointer to the WStringList object (a list of wide strings) holding the property names.
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Error Codes and Messages in the C API for JMS
The C API for JMS defines error codes as shown in Table 14.
Table 14 Error Codes Defined in the C API for JMS
Error Code
Explanation
0x80040300 = 2147746560 decimal
JE_CODE_E_GENERAL
JMS exception, unspecified.
0x80040301 = 2147746561 decimal
JE_CODE_E_REALLOC
A JMS exception occurred as a result of memory
reallocation.
0x80040302 = 2147746562 decimal
JE_CODE_E_MALLOC
A JMS exception occurred as a result of memory
allocation.
0x80040303 = 2147746563 decimal
JE_CODE_E_CONNECTION
A JMS exception occurred in setting up a connection.
0x80040304 = 2147746564 decimal
JE_CODE_E_CREATION
A JMS exception occurred while creating a JMS object.
0x80040305 = 2147746565 decimal
JE_CODE_E_CLOSED_SOCKET
A JMS exception occurred because of a closed socket.
0x80040306 = 2147746566 decimal
JE_CODE_E_EOF
Processing ended because the BytesMessage or
StreamMessage ended unexpectedly.
0x80040307 = 2147746567 decimal
JE_CODE_E_NOTREADABLE
Processing ended because the message could not be
read.
0x80040308 = 2147746568 decimal
JE_CODE_E_NOTWRITEABLE
Processing ended because the message could not be
written.
0x80040309 = 2147746569 decimal
JE_CODE_E_FORMAT
Processing ended because the JMS client attempted to
use a data type not supported by the message (or a
message property), or attempted to read message data
(or a message property) as the wrong type.
0x8004030A = 2147746570 decimal
JE_CODE_E_ROLLBACK
The attempt to commit the session was unsuccessful of a
transaction being rolled back.
0x8004030B = 2147746571 decimal
JE_CODE_E_STATE
Processing ended because a method was invoked at an
illegal or inappropriate time or because the provider was
not in an appropriate state for the requested operation.
0x8004030C = 2147746572 decimal
JE_CODE_E_DESTINATION
Processing ended because the destination could not be
understood or was found to be invalid.
0x8004030D = 2147746573 decimal
JE_CODE_E_NOTIMPL
Processing ended because a feature or interface was not
implemented.
0x8004030E = 2147746574 decimal
JE_CODE_E_INDEX_OUT_OF_BOUNDS
Processing ended because an index of some sort (such
as to an array, to a string, or to a vector) was found to be
outside the valid range.
0x8004030F = 2147746575 decimal
JE_CODE_E_NULL_POINTER
Processing ended because the pointer in a case where
an object was required.
0x80040310 = 2147746576 decimal
JE_CODE_E_INVLD_CLIENT_ID
Processing ended because the connection’s client ID
was rejected by the provider.
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Error Code
Explanation
0x80040311 = 2147746577 decimal
JE_CODE_E_INVLD_SELECTOR
Processing ended because the message selector was
found to be syntactically invalid.
0x80040312 = 2147746578 decimal
JE_CODE_E_JMS_SECURITY
Processing was ended by JMS Security—for example,
the provider rejected a name/password combination
submitted by a client.
0x80040313 = 2147746579 decimal
JE_CODE_E_RESOURCE_ALLOC
Processing ended because of the provider was unable to
allocate resources required for the method/function.
0x80040314 = 2147746580 decimal
JE_CODE_E_XA_IN_PROGRESS
Processing ended because a transaction was in progress.
5.8.24.
Differences Between JMS Java API and SeeBeyond JMS C API
The C API has a few differences compared to the Java API for JMS, as noted below.
Differences Between Java and C in the BytesMessage Interface
For methods ReadBytes() and WriteBytes(), Java defines one signature to read or write
the entire array (making use of Java’s ability to easily determine the length of the given
array), and another to read/write a portion of the array. Because C has no easy way to
determine array length, the C API implements only the second functionality (reading or
writing a portion of the array), and also provides a facility to see if more data exists.
Differences Between Java and C in the MapMessage Interface
The C API has not defined any equivalent for the Java MapMessage interface.
Differences Between Java and C in the MessageProducer Interface
The C API provides functions GetJMS_ProducerID() and SetJMS_ProducerID, which
have no equivalent in the Java API.
Differences Between Java and C in Error Handling
Although C does not support exception-handling, the supplied wrappers for C and
RPG use an error-handling scheme allows a JMS C++ exception to propagate to the
application.
For each JMS C/RPG API, the final two parameters are an integer (iErr) and a text
buffer (szErrBuf). Check the value of iErr after making any C API call; if the value is
nonzero, it indicates that the underlying code has thrown an exception, and you should
check the error description contained in the buffer.
For example:
pTopicConnection = CreateTopicConnection(pTcf, &iErr, szErrBuf);
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if (iErr){
printf("ERROR %d: %s\n", iErr, szErrBuf);
}
5.9
The Supported C++ APIs for Seebeyond JMS
The e*Gate API Kit contains C++ APIs that are used to extend the functionality of
e*Gate. These APIs are contained in the following classes:
Вѓ The Message Interface for JMS in C++ on page 449
Вѓ The BytesMessage Interface for JMS in C++ on page 474
Вѓ The TextMessage Class on page 481
Вѓ The Connection Interface for JMS in C++ on page 482
Вѓ The QueueConnection Interface for JMS in C++ on page 484
Вѓ The Session Interface for JMS in C++ on page 485
Вѓ The TopicConnection Interface for JMS in C++ on page 487
Вѓ The QueueConnectionFactory Interface for JMS in C++ on page 490
Вѓ The TopicConnectionFactory Interface for JMS in C++ on page 491
Вѓ The ExceptionListener Interface for JMS in C++ on page 491
Вѓ The DeliveryMode Interface for JMS in C++ on page 492
Вѓ The Queue Interface for JMS in C++ on page 493
Вѓ The TemporaryQueue Interface for JMS in C++ on page 493
Вѓ The Topic Interface for JMS in C++ on page 494
Вѓ The TemporaryTopic Interface for JMS in C++ on page 495
Вѓ The MessageProducer Interface for JMS in C++ on page 495
Вѓ The QueueSender Interface for JMS in C++ on page 500
Вѓ The TopicPublisher Interface on page 504
Вѓ The QueueSession Interface for JMS in C++ on page 508
Вѓ The TopicSession Interface for JMS in C++ on page 510
Вѓ The Xid Interface for JMS in C++ on page 515
Вѓ The XAResource Interface for JMS in C++ on page 516
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5.10.1.
The Message Interface for JMS in C++
The Message interface is the root interface of all JMS messages. It defines the message header
and the acknowledge method used for all messages.
Most message-oriented middleware (MOM) products treat messages as lightweight
entities that consist of a header and a payload. The header contains fields used for
message routing and identification; the payload contains the application data being
sent.
Within this general form, the definition of a message varies significantly across
products. It would be quite difficult for the JMS API to support all of these message
models.
With this in mind, the JMS message model has the following goals:
Вѓ Provide a single, unified message API
Вѓ Provide an API suitable for creating messages that match the format used by
provider-native messaging applications
Вѓ Support the development of heterogeneous applications that span operating
systems, machine architectures, and computer languages
Вѓ Support messages containing objects in the Java programming language ("Java
objects")
Вѓ Support messages containing Extensible Markup Language (XML) pages
The Message methods are:
acknowledge on page 450
clearBody on page 450
clearProperties on page 451
propertyExists on page 451
getBooleanProperty on page 451
getByteProperty on page 452
getDoubleProperty on page 452
getFloatProperty on page 452
getIntProperty on page 453
getLongProperty on page 453
getPropertyName on page 454
getShortProperty on page 454
getStringProperty on page 454
setBooleanProperty on page 455
setByteProperty on page 455
setDoubleProperty on page 456
setFloatProperty on page 456
setIntProperty on page 456
setLongProperty on page 457
setObjectProperty on page 457
setShortProperty on page 458
setStringProperty on page 458
propertyExists on page 458
getBooleanProperty on page 459
getByteProperty on page 459
getDoubleProperty on page 460
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getFloatProperty on page 460
getIntProperty on page 460
getLongProperty on page 461
getObjectProperty on page 461
getShortProperty on page 462
getStringProperty on page 462
setBooleanProperty on page 462
setByteProperty on page 463
setDoubleProperty on page 463
setFloatProperty on page 464
setIntProperty on page 464
setLongProperty on page 464
setObjectProperty on page 465
setShortProperty on page 465
setStringProperty on page 466
getJMSCorrelationID on page 466
getJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes on page 466
getJMSDeliveryMode on page 466
getJMSExpiration on page 467
getJMSMessageID on page 467
getJMSPriority on page 467
getJMSRedelivered on page 468
getJMSReplyTo on page 468
getJMSTimestamp on page 468
getJMSType on page 468
setJMSCorrelationID on page 469
setJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes on page 469
setJMSDeliveryMode on page 469
setJMSExpiration on page 470
setJMSMessageID on page 470
setJMSPriority on page 471
setJMSRedelivered on page 471
setJMSReplyTo on page 471
setJMSTimestamp on page 472
setJMSType on page 472
setJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes on page 472
setJMSMessageID on page 473
setJMSType on page 473
acknowledge
Syntax
void acknowledge()
Description
Acknowledges the receipt of current and previous messages.
Return Value
None.
clearBody
Syntax
void clearBody()
Description
Clears the body of a message, leaving the message header values and property entries
intact.
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Return Value
None.
clearProperties
Syntax
void clearProperties()
Description
Clears the properties from a message, leaving the message header fields and body
intact.
Return Value
None.
propertyExists
Syntax
STCBOOL propertyExists(name)
Description
Checks whether a value for a specific property exists.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
WString&
The name of the property to check.
Return Value
STCBOOL
Returns true if the property value is defined; otherwise, returns false.
getBooleanProperty
Syntax
STCBOOL getBooleanProperty(name)
Description
Checks whether a value for a specific property exists.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
WString&
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Return Value
STCBOOL
Returns true if the property value is defined; otherwise, returns false.
getByteProperty
Syntax
unsigned getByteProperty(name)
Description
Reads the value of the specified byte property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
named
Type
Description
WString&
The name of the property to check.
Return Value
unsigned char
The value of the property.
getDoubleProperty
Syntax
double getDoubleProperty(name)
Description
Reads the value of the specified double (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
WString&
The name of the property to check.
Return Value
Double
The value of the property.
getFloatProperty
Syntax
float getFloatProperty(name)
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Description
Reads the value of the specified floating-point (numeric) property in the specified
message.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
WString&
The name of the property to check.
Return Value
float
The value of the property.
getIntProperty
Syntax
int getIntProperty(name)
Description
Reads the value of the specified integer (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
WString&
The name of the property to check.
Return Value
int
The value of the property.
getLongProperty
Syntax
int64_t getLongProperty(name)
Description
Reads the value of the specified long (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
WString&
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Return Value
int64_t
The long value of the property.
getPropertyName
Syntax
wNamesList getPropertyName(name)
Description
Returns a list of WStrings for the specified message.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
wNamesList
Returns a list of the property names.
Return Value
wNamesList
Returns a list.
getShortProperty
Syntax
short getShortProperty(name)
Description
Reads the value of the specified short (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
WString&
The name of the property to check.
Return Value
short
The value of the property.
getStringProperty
Syntax
WString getStringProperty(name)
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Description
Reads the value of the specified text property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
WString
The name of the property to check.
Return Value
WString
A WString (wide string) object containing the value of the property.
setBooleanProperty
Syntax
void setBooleanProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified Boolean property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
WString&
The name of the property to check.
value
STCBool
The value to be written.
Return Value
None
setByteProperty
Syntax
void setByteProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified byte property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
WString&
The name of the property to check.
value
unsigned char
The value to be written.
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Return Value
None
setDoubleProperty
Syntax
void setDoubleProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified double (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
WString&
The name of the property to check.
value
double
The value to be written.
Return Value
None
setFloatProperty
Syntax
void setFloatProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified byte property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
WString&
The name of the property to check.
value
float
The value to be written.
Return Value
None
setIntProperty
Syntax
void setIntProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified byte property in the specified message.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
WString&
The name of the property to check.
value
int
The value to be written.
Return Value
None
setLongProperty
Syntax
void setLongProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified long (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
WString&
The name of the property to check.
User defined
long
The value to be written.
Return Value
None
setObjectProperty
Syntax
void setObjectProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified object property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
WString&
The name of the property to check.
User defined
SerialObject
The value to be written.
Return Value
None
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setShortProperty
Syntax
void setShortProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified short (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
WString&
The name of the property to check.
value
short
The value to be written.
Return Value
None
setStringProperty
Syntax
void setStringProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified text property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
WString&
The name of the property to check.
value
char *
The value to be written.
Return Value
None
propertyExists
Syntax
STCBOOL propertyExists(name)
Description
Checks whether a value for a specific property exists.
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Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
Return Value
STCBOOL
Returns true if the property value is defined; otherwise, returns false.
getBooleanProperty
Syntax
STCBOOL getBooleanProperty(name)
Description
Reads the value of the specified Boolean property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
Return Value
STCBOOL
The value of the property.
getByteProperty
Syntax
unsigned char getByteProperty(name)
Description
Reads the value of the specified byte property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
Return Value
unsigned char
The value of the property.
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getDoubleProperty
Syntax
double getDoubleProperty(name)
Description
Reads the value of the specified double (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
Return Value
double
The value of the property.
getFloatProperty
Syntax
float getFloatProperty(name)
Description
Reads the value of the specified floating-point (numeric) property in the specified
message.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
Return Value
float
The value of the property.
getIntProperty
Syntax
int getIntProperty(name)
Description
Reads the value of the specified integer (numeric) property in the specified message.
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Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
Return Value
int
The value of the property.
getLongProperty
Syntax
int64_t getLongProperty(name)
Description
Reads the value of the specified long (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
Return Value
int64_t
The long value of the property.
getObjectProperty
Syntax
SerialObject getObjectProperty(name)
Description
Reads the value of the specified object property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the name of the object property to
check.
Return Value
SerialObject
The serialized value of the property.
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getShortProperty
Syntax
short getShortProperty(name)
Description
Reads the value of the specified short (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
Return Value
short
The value of the property.
getStringProperty
Syntax
WString getStringProperty(name)
Description
Reads the value of the specified text property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the name of the property to check.
Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the value of the property.
setBooleanProperty
Syntax
void setBooleanProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified Boolean property in the specified message.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
char*
Pointer to the property name.
value
STCBOOL
The value to be written.
Return Value
None.
setByteProperty
Syntax
void setByteProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified byte property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
char*
Pointer to the property name.
value
unsigned char
The value to be written.
Return Value
None.
setDoubleProperty
Syntax
void setDoubleProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified double (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
char*
Pointer to the property name.
value
double
The value to be written.
Return Value
None.
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setFloatProperty
Syntax
void setFloatProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified floating-point (numeric) property in the specified
message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
char*
Pointer to the property name.
Value
float
The value to be written.
Return Value
None.
setIntProperty
Syntax
void setIntProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified integer (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
char*
Pointer to the property name.
value
int
The value to be written.
Return Value
None.
setLongProperty
Syntax
void setLongProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified long (numeric) property in the specified message.
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Name
Type
Description
name
char*
Pointer to the property name.
value
int64_t
The value to be written.
Return Value
None.
setObjectProperty
Syntax
void setObjectProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified long (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
char*
Pointer to the property name.
value
SerialObject
The value to be written.
Return Value
None.
setShortProperty
Syntax
void setShortProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified short (numeric) property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
char*
Pointer to the property name.
value
short
The value to be written.
Return Value
None.
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setStringProperty
Syntax
void setStringProperty(name, value)
Description
Writes a value for the specified text property in the specified message.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
name
char*
Pointer to the property name.
value
char*
The value to be written.
Return Value
None.
getJMSCorrelationID
Syntax
WString getJMSCorrelationID()
Description
Retrieves the correlation ID for the specified message.
Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the text.
getJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes
Syntax
char* getJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes()
Description
Retrieves the correlation ID for the specified message as an array of characters.
Return Value
None
getJMSDeliveryMode
Syntax
int getJMSDeliveryMode()
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Description
Retrieves the value of the DeliveryMode property for the specified message.
Return Value
None
getJMSExpiration
Syntax
int64_t getJMSExpiration()
Description
Retrieves the value of the timestamp set for the expiration of the specified message.
Return Value
int64_t
Long timestamp.
getJMSMessageID
Syntax
WString getJMSMessageID()
Description
Retrieves the message ID of the specified message.
Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the text.
getJMSPriority
Syntax
int getJMSPriority()
Description
Retrieves the priority level for the specified message.
Return Value
int
The priority level.
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getJMSRedelivered
Syntax
STCBOOL getJMSRedelivered()
Description
Retrieves an indication of whether the specified message is being redelivered.
Return Value
STCBOOL
Returns true if the message is being redelivered; otherwise, returns false.
getJMSReplyTo
Syntax
Destination* getJMSReplyTo()
Description
Retrieves the Destination object where a reply to the specified message should be sent
(for request/reply messaging).
Return Value
SBYN_Destination*
Pointer to the Destination object.
getJMSTimestamp
Syntax
int64_t getJMSTimestamp()
Description
Retrieves the timestamp of the specified message.
Return Value
int64_t
Long timestamp.
getJMSType
Syntax
WString getJMSType()
Description
Gets the message type identifier supplied by the client when the message was sent.
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Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the text.
setJMSCorrelationID
Syntax
void setJMSCorrelationID(correlationID)
Description
Sets the correlation ID for the specified message.
Parameters
Name
correlationID
Type
Description
WString
The text string containing the correlation ID.
Return Value
None.
setJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes
Syntax
void setJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes(deliveryMode)
Description
Sets the correlation ID for the specified message.
Parameters
Name
deliveryMode
Type
Description
char *
Pointer to the character array containing the
bytes for the correlation ID.
Return Value
None.
setJMSDeliveryMode
Syntax
void setJMSDeliveryMode(destination)
Description
Sets the delivery mode for the specified message.
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Name
destination
Type
Description
Destination*
Pointer to the value corresponding to the
delivery mode.
Return Value
None.
setJMSExpiration
Syntax
void setJMSExpiration(expiration)
Description
Sets the timestamp at which the specified message is due to expire.
Parameters
Name
expiration
Type
Description
int64_t
Timestamp of the expiration.
Return Value
None.
setJMSMessageID
Syntax
void setJMSMessageID(id)
Description
Sets the message ID of the specified message.
Parameters
Name
id
Type
Description
WString
The text string containing the message ID.
Return Value
None.
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setJMSPriority
Syntax
void setJMSPriority(priority)
Description
Sets the priority level for the specified message.
Parameters
Name
priority
Type
Description
int
The priority level.
Return Value
None.
setJMSRedelivered
Syntax
void setJMSRedelivered(redelivered)
Description
Determines whether to flag the specified message as being redelivered. Used, for
example, to specify redelivery for a message that has been sent but not acknowledged.
Parameters
Name
redelivered
Type
Description
STCBOOL
Flag: If true, the message is being redelivered.
Return Value
None.
setJMSReplyTo
Syntax
void setJMSReplyTo(replyTo)
Description
Sets the Destination object where a reply to the specified message should be sent.
Parameters
Name
replyto
Type
Description
Destination*
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Return Value
None.
setJMSTimestamp
Syntax
void setJMSTimestamp(timestamp)
Description
Sets the timestamp (JMSTimestamp header field) that the specified message was
handed off to a provider to be sent. Note that this is not necessarily the time the
message is actually transmitted; the actual send can occur later because of transactions
or other client-side queueing of messages.
Parameters
Name
timestamp
Type
Description
int64_t
Timestamp to be set.
Return Value
None.
setJMSType
Syntax
void setJMSType(type)
Description
Sets the JMSType header field, which is often used to identify the message structure
and the payload type.
Parameters
Name
type
Type
Description
WString
The text string containing the data.
Return Value
None.
setJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes
Syntax
void setJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes(correlationID)
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Description
Sets the correlation ID for the specified message.
Parameters
Name
correlationID
Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the character array containing the
bytes for the correlation ID.
Return Value
None.
setJMSMessageID
Syntax
void setJMSMessageID(id)
Description
Sets the message ID of the specified message.
Parameters
Name
id
Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the text string containing the message
ID.
Return Value
None.
setJMSType
Syntax
void setJMSType(type)
Description
Sets the JMSType header field, which is often used to identify the message structure
and the payload type.
Parameters
Name
pczJMSType
Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the text string containing the data.
Return Value
None.
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The BytesMessage Interface for JMS in C++
A BytesMessage object is used for messages containing a stream of uninterpreted
bytes. The receiver of the message supplies the interpretation of the bytes.
The BytesMessage methods are:
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readByte on page 474
readChar on page 475
readDouble on page 475
readFloat on page 475
readInt on page 475
readLong on page 476
readShort on page 476
readUnsignedByte on page 476
readUnsignedShort on page 476
readUTF on page 477
reset on page 477
writeBoolean on page 477
writeByte on page 478
writeBytes on page 478
writeBytes on page 478
writeChar on page 479
writeDouble on page 479
writeFloat on page 480
writeInt on page 480
writeLong on page 480
writeShort on page 481
readBoolean
Syntax
STCBOOL readBoolean()
Description
Reads a Boolean value from the BytesMessage stream.
Return Value
STCBOOL
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
readByte
Syntax
unsigned char readByte()
Description
Reads a single unsigned character from the BytesMessage stream.
Return Value
unsigned char
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
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readChar
Syntax
unsigned short readChar()
Description
Reads a single Unicode character from the BytesMessage stream.
Return Value
unsigned short
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
readDouble
Syntax
double readDouble()
Description
Reads a double numeric value from the BytesMessage stream.
Return Value
double
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
readFloat
Syntax
float readFloat()
Description
Reads a floating-point numeric value from the BytesMessage stream.
Return Value
float
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
readInt
Syntax
int readInt()
Description
Reads a signed integer value from the BytesMessage stream.
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Return Value
int
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
readLong
Syntax
int64_t readLong(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads a signed long integer from the BytesMessage stream.
Return Value
long
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
readShort
Syntax
short readShort(pMsg, iError, pczError)
Description
Reads a signed short integer from the BytesMessage stream.
Return Value
short
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
readUnsignedByte
Syntax
readUnsignedByte()
Description
Reads an unsigned short integer from the BytesMessage stream.
Return Value
int
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
readUnsignedShort
Syntax
int readUnsignedShort()
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Description
Reads an unsigned short integer from the BytesMessage stream.
Return Value
int
The value read from the BytesMessage stream.
readUTF
Syntax
WString readUTF()
Description
Reads the value of a string that has been encoded using a modified UTF-8 format from
the BytesMessage stream.
Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the text from the
BytesMessage stream.
reset
Syntax
void reset()
Description
Puts the message body into read-only mode and repositions the stream of bytes to the
beginning.
Return Value
None.
writeBoolean
Syntax
void writeBoolean(value)
Description
Writes a Boolean value to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
value
Type
Description
STCBOOL
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Return Value
None.
writeByte
Syntax
void writeByte(value)
Description
Writes a single byte (unsigned char) to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
value
Type
Description
unsigned char
The value to be written.
Return Value
None.
writeBytes
Syntax
void writeBytes(value)
Description
Writes an array of bytes (unsigned char values) to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
value
Type
Description
unsigned char*
Pointer to the value to be written.
Return Value
None.
writeBytes
Syntax
WriteBytesEx(value, offset, length)
Description
Writes a portion of a byte array (unsigned char values) to the BytesMessage stream.
For example, to extract “nag” from “manager”, set iOffset=2 and iLength=3.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
pczValue
unsigned char*
Pointer to the value to be written.
offset
int
The initial offset within the byte array.
length
int
The number of bytes to use.
Return Value
None.
writeChar
Syntax
void writeChar(value)
Description
Writes an unsigned short integer to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
value
Type
Description
unsigned short
The value to be written.
Return Value
None.
writeDouble
Syntax
void writeDouble(value)
Description
Writes a double numeric value to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
value
Type
Description
double
The value to be written.
Return Value
None.
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writeFloat
Syntax
writeFloat(value)
Description
Writes a floating-point numeric value to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
value
Type
Description
float
The value to be written.
Return Value
None.
writeInt
Syntax
void writeInt(value)
Description
Writes an integer numeric value to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
value
Type
Description
int
The value to be written.
Return Value
None.
writeLong
Syntax
void writeLong(value)
Description
Writes a long numeric value to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
value
Type
Description
int
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Return Value
None.
writeShort
Syntax
void writeShort(value)
Description
Writes a short numeric value to the BytesMessage stream.
Parameters
Name
value
Type
Description
short
The value to be written.
Return Value
None.
5.10.3.
The TextMessage Class
A TextMessage is used to send a message containing text. It adds a text message body.
When a client receives a TextMessage, it is in read-only mode. If an attempt is made to
write to the message while in read-only mode, an error is returned. However, if
ClearBody is called first, then message can be then read from and written to.
The TextMessage functions include the following:
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GetText
Syntax
WString getText()
Description
Retrieves the string containing the data associated with the message.
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WString
Wide string.
SetText
Syntax
void SetText(buffer)
Description
Sets the string containing the data associated with the message.
Parameters
Name
Buffer
Type
Description
WString
The text string.
Return Value
None.
SetText
Syntax
void SetText(buffer)
Description
Sets the string containing the data associated with the message.
Parameters
Name
Buffer
Type
Description
char*
Pointer to the text string.
Return Value
None.
5.10.4.
The Connection Interface for JMS in C++
A Connection object is an active connection to a JMS point-to-point provider or an
active connection to a JMS pub/sub provider. A client uses a Connection to create one
or more Sessions for producing and consuming messages.
The Connection interface includes the following methods:
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close
Syntax
void close()
Description
Closes the specified connection.
Return Value
None.
getClientID
Syntax
WString getClientID()
Description
Retrieves the client ID associated with the specified Connection object.
Return Value
WString*
WString (wide string) object containing the text.
setClientID
Syntax
void setClientID(ClientID)
Description
Sets the client ID to be associated with the specified Connection object. In other words,
this method allows you to name the connection.
Parameters
Name
clientID
Type
Description
WString
Text string for the client ID.
Return Value
None.
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Syntax
void start()
Description
Starts (or restarts) delivering incoming messages via the specified Connection object. If
the connection is already started, the call is ignored without error.
Return Value
None.
stop
Syntax
void stop()
Description
Temporarily halts delivering incoming messages via the specified Connection object. If
the connection is already stopped, the call is ignored without error.
Return Value
None.
5.10.5.
The QueueConnection Interface for JMS in C++
A QueueConnection is an active connection to a JMS PTP provider. A client uses a
QueueConnection to create one or more QueueSessions for producing and consuming
messages.
The QueueConnection Interface methods:
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createQueueSession
Syntax
QueueSession* createQueueSession(transacted, acknowledgeMode)
Description
Creates a Session object.
Parameters
Name
transacted
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int
Description
Ignored if the session is transacted.
If the session is not transacted, indicates
whether the consumer or client acknowledges
messages that it receives.
Return Value
SBYN_Session* pointer.
5.10.6.
The Session Interface for JMS in C++
The Session Interface methods:
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getTransacted on page 486
recover on page 486
rollback on page 486
bytesMessage on page 486
createTextMessage on page 487
createTextMessage on page 487
close
Syntax
void close()
Description
Closes the specified session.
Note: Sessions should be closed when they are no longer needed.
Return Value
None.
commit
Syntax
void commit()
Description
Commits all messages done in this transaction and releases any locks currently held.
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Return Value
None.
getTransacted
Syntax
STCBOOL getTransacted()
Description
Queries whether the specified session is or is not transacted.
STCBOOL
Returns true if the session is transacted; otherwise, returns false.
recover
Syntax
void recover()
Description
Stops message delivery in the specified session, causes all messages that might have
been delivered but not acknowledged to be marked as redelivered, and restarts
message delivery with the oldest unacknowledged message. Note that redelivered
messages need not be delivered in the exact order they were originally delivered.
Return Value
None.
rollback
Syntax
rollback(pSessn, iError, pczError)
Description
Rolls back any messages done in this transaction and releases any locks currently held.
Return Value
None.
bytesMessage
Syntax
BytesMessage* bytesMessage()
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Description
Creates a BytesMessage— an object used to send a message containing a stream of
uninterpreted bytes.
Return Value
BytesMessage*
Pointer to the created message object.
createTextMessage
Syntax
TextMessage createTextMessage()
Description
Creates an uninitialized TextMessage— an object used to send a message containing a
string to be supplied.
Return Value
TextMessage
The created message object.
createTextMessage
Syntax
TextMessage createTextMessage(stringBuffer)
Description
Creates an initialized TextMessage— an object used to send a message containing the
supplied string.
Parameters
Name
stringBuffer
Type
Description
WString
stringBuffer to the Text message.
Return Value
TextMessage
5.10.7.
The TopicConnection Interface for JMS in C++
The TopicConnection Interface methods are:
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createTopicSession
Description
ConnectionConsumer createTopicSession(transacted, acknowledgeMode)
Syntax
Create a TopicSession
Parameters
Name
Description
transacted
If true, session is transacted.
acknowledgeMode
msAutoAcknowledge = 1 : The session automatically
acknowledges a client’s receipt of a message when it has either
successfully returned from a call to receive or the
MessageListener it has called to process the message
successfully returns.
msClientAcknowledge = 2 : A client acknowledges a message by
calling the message’s acknowledge method. Acknowledging a
consumed message automatically acknowledges the receipt of
all messages that have been delivered by its session.
msDupsOkAcknowledge = 3 : Instructs the session to lazily
acknowledge the delivery of messages. This is likely to result in
the delivery of some duplicate messages if the Message Service
fails. It should only be used by consumers that are tolerant of
duplicate messages. The benefit is the reduction of session
overhead, achieved by minimizing the work done to prevent
duplicates.
Return Value
ConnectionConsumer
close
Syntax
void close()
Description
Closes the specified session.
Note: Sessions should be closed when they are no longer needed.
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Return Value
None.
getClientID
Syntax
WString getClientID()
Description
Retrieves the client ID associated with the specified Connection object.
Return Value
WString*
Pointer to a WString (wide string) object containing the text.
setClientID
Syntax
void setClientID(clientID)
Description
Sets the client ID to be associated with the specified Connection object. In other words,
this method allows you to name the connection.
Parameters
Name
clientID
Type
Description
void
The text string for the client ID.
Return Value
None.
setClientID
Syntax
void setClientID(clientID)
Description
Sets the client ID to be associated with the specified Connection object. In other words,
this method allows you to name the connection.
Parameters
Name
clientID
Type
Description
char*
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char *
Pointer to the text string to the client ID.
getExceptionListener
Syntax
ExceptionListener getExceptionListener()
Description
Gets the ExceptionListener object for this connection.
Return Value
ExceptionListener
5.10.8.
The QueueConnectionFactory Interface for JMS in C++
Using point-to-point messaging, a client uses a QueueConnectionFactory object to
create QueueConnection objects.
The QueueConnectionFactory interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ createQueueConnection on page 490
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createQueueConnection
Syntax
QueueConnection* createQueueConnection()
Description
Constructs a QueueConnection object.
Return Value
QueueConnection*
Pointer to the QueueConnection object that was created.
createQueueConnection
Syntax
QueueConnection createQueueConnection(userName, password)
Description
Constructs a Connection object
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Name
Type
Description
userName
char*
Pointer to the userName.
password
char*
Pointer to the password.
Return Value
QueueConnection* pointer.
5.10.9.
The TopicConnectionFactory Interface for JMS in C++
Using pub/sub messaging, a client uses a TopicConnectionFactory object to create
TopicConnection objects.
The TopicConnectionFactory interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ createTopicConnectionFactory on page 491
createTopicConnectionFactory
Syntax
TopicConnection* createTopicConnectionFactory()
Description
Constructs a TopicConnectionFactory for the specified host and port. Once
constructed, it can create TopicConnection objects for a pub/sub JMS provider.
Return Value
TopicConnection*
Pointer to the TopicConnection object that was created.
The ExceptionListener Interface for JMS in C++
5.10.10.
If the JMS IQ manager detects a serious problem with a Connection object, it informs
the Connection object's ExceptionListener, if one has been registered. It does this by
calling the listener's onException method, passing it a JMSException argument
describing the problem.
This allows a client to be asynchronously notified of a problem. Some Connections only
consume messages so they would have no other way to learn their Connection has
failed.
A JMS provider should attempt to resolve connection problems themselves prior to
notifying the client of them.
The ExceptionListener Interface methods:
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OnException
Syntax
void OnException(exception)
Description
Notifies user of a JMS exception.
Parameters
Name
exception
Description
The JMS exception.
Returns
None.
The DeliveryMode Interface for JMS in C++
5.10.11.
The delivery modes supported by the JMS API are PERSISTENT and
NON_PERSISTENT.
A client marks a message as persistent if it feels that the application will have problems
if the message is lost in transit. A client marks a message as non-persistent if an
occasional lost message is tolerable. Clients use delivery mode to tell the JMS IQ
manager how to balance message transport reliability throughput.
Delivery mode only covers the transport of the message to its destination. Retention of
a message at the destination until its receipt is acknowledged is not guaranteed by a
PERSISTENT delivery mode. Clients should assume that message retention policies are
set administratively. Message retention policy governs the reliability of message
delivery from destination to message consumer. For example, if a client’s message
storage space is exhausted, some messages as defined by a site specific message
retention policy may be dropped.
A message is guaranteed to be delivered once-and-only-once by a JMS Provider if the
delivery mode of the message is persistent and if the destination has a sufficient
message retention policy.
NON_PERSISTENT Field
This is the lowest overhead delivery mode because it does not require that the message
be logged to stable storage. The level of JMS provider failure that causes a
NON_PERSISTENT message to be lost is not defined.
A JMS provider must deliver a NON_PERSISTENT message with an at-most-once
guarantee. This means it may lose the message but it must not deliver it twice.
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This mode instructs the JMS provider to log the message to stable storage as part of the
client’s send operation. Only a hard media failure should cause a PERSISTENT
message to be lost.
The Queue Interface for JMS in C++
5.10.12.
A Queue object encapsulates a provider-specific queue name. In this manner, a client
specifies the identity of queue to JMS methods. The actual length of time messages are
held by a queue and the consequences of resource overflow are not defined by JMS.
The Queue Interface methods are:
getQueueName on page 493
toString on page 493
getQueueName
Syntax
WString getQueueName()
Description
Get the name of this queue. Clients that depend upon the name, are not portable.
Returns
WString
Wide string object.
toString
Syntax
WString toString()
Description
Return a pretty printed version of the queue name
Returns
WString
Wide string object.
The TemporaryQueue Interface for JMS in C++
5.10.13.
A TemporaryQueue is a unique Queue object created for the duration of a
QueueConnection. It is a system defined queue that can only be consumed by the
QueueConnection that created it.
The TemporaryQueue Interface methods are:
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Delete
Syntax
void Delete()
Description
Delete this temporary queue. If there are still existing senders or receivers still using it,
then a JMSException will be thrown.
Throws JMSException if JMS implementation fails to delete a Temporary topic due to
some internal error.
Returns
Nothing.
The Topic Interface for JMS in C++
5.10.14.
A Topic object encapsulates a provider-specific topic name. The topic object provides
the means for a client to specify the identity of a topic to JMS methods.
Many Pub/Sub implementations group topics into hierarchies and provide various
options for subscribing to parts of the hierarchy. JMS places no restriction on what a
Topic object represents.
The Topic Interface methods:
getTopicName on page 494
toString on page 494
getTopicName
Syntax
WString getTopicName()
Description
Gets the name of this topic.
Returns
WString
Wide string object.
toString
Syntax
WString toString()
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Returns a string representation of this object.
Returns
WString
Wide string object.
The TemporaryTopic Interface for JMS in C++
5.10.15.
A TemporaryTopic object is a unique Topic object created for the duration of a
TopicConnection. It is a system-defined topic that can be consumed only by the
TopicConnection that created it.
The TemporaryTopic Interface methods are:
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Delete
Syntax
void Delete()
Description
Deletes this temporary topic. If there are existing subscribers still using it, a JMSException
will be thrown.
Returns
None.
The MessageProducer Interface for JMS in C++
5.10.16.
The MessageProducer interface includes the following methods:
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Вѓ getTimeToLive on page 497
Вѓ setDeliveryMode on page 498
Вѓ setDisableMessageID on page 498
Вѓ setDisableMessageTimestamp on page 498
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close
Syntax
void close()
Description
Closes the specified message producer.
Note: When a message producer is no longer needed, it should be closed.
Return Value
None.
getDeliveryMode
Syntax
int QueueSenderGetDeliveryMode()
Description
Retrieves the value of the DeliveryMode property of the specified message producer.
Return Value
int
getDisableMessageID
Syntax
STCBOOL getDisableMessageID()
Description
Queries whether message IDs are or are not disabled for the specified message
producer.
Return Value
SBYN_BOOL
Returns true if message IDs are disabled; otherwise, returns false.
getDisableMessageTimestamp
Syntax
STCBOOL getDisableMessageTimestamp()
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Queries whether message timestamping is or is not disabled for the specified message
producer.
Return Value
SBYN_BOOL
Returns true if message timestamping is disabled; otherwise, returns false.
getJMS_ProducerID
Syntax
void getJMS_ProducerID(ProducerID)
Description
Retrieves the value of the ProducerID property for the specified message producer.
Return Value
None.
getPriority
Syntax
int getPriority()
Description
Queries the value of the message Priority property of the specified message producer.
Return Value
int
Message priority level, from 0 (least expedited) through 9 (most expedited).
getTimeToLive
Syntax
int64_t getTimeToLive()
Description
Queries the value of the TimeToLive property of the specified message producer.
Return Value
int64_t
Length of time (milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a produced message
should be retained by JMS.
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setDeliveryMode
Syntax
void setDeliveryMode(DeliveryMode)
Description
Sets the value of the DeliveryMode property of the specified message producer.
Parameters
Name
DeliveryMode
Type
Description
int
Value for the DeliveryMode property.
Return Value
None.
setDisableMessageID
Syntax
void setDisableMessageID(value)
Description
Determines whether message IDs are disabled for this queue sender. Default false.
Parameters
Name
value
Type
Description
STC_BOOL
Flag, default false; if true, message IDs are
disabled.
Return Value
None.
setDisableMessageTimestamp
Syntax
void setDisableMessageTimestamp(value)
Description
Determines whether message timestamping is disabled for this message producer.
Default false.
Since message timestamps take effort to create and increase the size of a message, this
flag can be set true to reduce overhead if message IDs are not used by an application.
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Name
value
Type
Description
STC_BOOL
Flag, default false; if true, message
timestamping is disabled.
Return Value
None.
setJMS_ProducerID
Syntax
void setJMS_ProducerID(ProducerID)
Description
Sets the value of the ProducerID property for the specified message producer.
Parameters
Name
ProducerID
Type
Description
char*
Pointer to text string containing the Producer ID.
Return Value
None.
setPriority
Syntax
void setPriority(deliveryMode)
Description
Sets the value of the message Priority property, from 0 (least expedited) through
9 (most expedited).
Parameters
Name
deliverMode
Type
Description
int
Message priority level.
Return Value
None.
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setTimeToLive
Syntax
void setTimeToLive(TimeToLive)
Description
Sets the value of the TimeToLive property of the specified message producer.
Parameters
Name
TimeToLive
Type
Description
long
Value to be used for TimeToLive: Length of time
(milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a
produced message should be retained by JMS.
Return Value
None.
The QueueSender Interface for JMS in C++
5.10.17.
Using point-to-point messaging, a client uses a QueueSender object to send messages
to a queue. After sending a message to a queue, a client may retain the message and
modify it without affecting the message that has been sent. The same message object
may be sent multiple times.
The QueueSender interface includes the following methods:
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send
Syntax
void send(message)
Description
Sends the specified message to the queue.
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Name
message
Type
Description
Message*
Pointer to the message to send.
Return Value
None.
send
Syntax
void send(message)
Description
Sends the specified message to the queue.
Parameters
Name
message
Type
Description
BytesMessage*
Pointer to the message to send.
Return Value
None.
send
Syntax
void send(message)
Description
Sends the specified message to the queue.
Parameters
Name
message
Type
Description
TextMessage*
Pointer to the message to send.
Return Value
None.
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Syntax
void send(message, DeliveryMode, priority, timeToLive)
Description
Sends the specified message to the queue, overriding one or more default values for
properties of the specified queue sender.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
message
message*
Pointer to the message to send.
deliveryMode
int
Value to be used for DeliveryMode.
priority
int
Value to be used for Priority.
timeToLive
int64_t
Value to be used for TimeToLive: Length of time
(milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a
produced message should be retained by JMS.
Return Value
None.
send
Syntax
void send(message, DeliveryMode, priority, timeToLive)
Description
Sends the specified message to the queue, overriding one or more default values for
properties of the specified queue sender.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
message
BytesMessage*
Pointer to the message to send.
deliveryMode
int
Value to be used for DeliveryMode.
priority
int
Value to be used for Priority.
timeToLive
int64_t
Value to be used for TimeToLive: Length of time
(milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a
produced message should be retained by JMS.
Return Value
None.
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Syntax
void send(message, DeliveryMode, priority, timeToLive)
Description
Sends the specified message to the queue, overriding one or more default values for
properties of the specified queue sender.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
message
TextMessage*
Pointer to the message to send.
deliveryMode
int
Value to be used for DeliveryMode.
priority
int
Value to be used for Priority.
timeToLive
int64_t
Value to be used for TimeToLive: Length of time
(milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a
produced message should be retained by JMS.
Return Value
None.
send
Syntax
void send(queue, message)
Description
Sends the specified message to the specified queue, using default values for properties
(DeliveryMode, Priority, and TimeToLive) of the specified queue sender.
Typically, a message producer is assigned a queue at creation time; however, the JMS
API also supports unidentified message producers, which require that the queue be
supplied every time a message is sent.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
queue
Queue*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
message
Message*
Pointer to the message to send.
Return Value
None.
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Syntax
send(queue, message, deliveryMode, priority, timeToLive)
Description
Sends the specified message to the specified queue, overriding one or more default
values for properties of the specified queue sender.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
queue
Queue*
Pointer to the QueueSender object.
message
Message*
Pointer to the message to send.
deliveryMode
int
Value to be used for DeliveryMode.
priority
int
Value to be used for Priority.
timeToLive
int64_t
Value to be used for TimeToLive: Length of time
(milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a
produced message should be retained by JMS.
Return Value
None.
The TopicPublisher Interface
5.10.18.
The TopicPublisher interface includes the following methods:
Вѓ getTopic on page 504
Вѓ publish on page 505
Вѓ publish on page 505
Вѓ publish on page 506
Вѓ publish on page 506
Вѓ publish on page 506
Вѓ publish on page 507
Вѓ publish on page 507
Вѓ publish on page 508
getTopic
Syntax
Topic* getTopic()
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Description
Gets the specified topic.
Returns
Topic*
Pointer to the specified topic.
publish
Syntax
void publish(message)
Description
Publishes the specified message to the topic, using default values for properties
(DeliveryMode, Priority, and TimeToLive) of the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
message
Type
Description
Message*
Pointer to the message to be published.
Return Value
None.
publish
Syntax
void publish(message)
Description
Publishes the specified message to the topic, using default values for properties
(DeliveryMode, Priority, and TimeToLive) of the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
message
Type
Description
BytesMessage*
Pointer to the message to be published.
Return Value
None.
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publish
Syntax
void publish(message)
Description
Publishes the specified message to the topic, using default values for properties
(DeliveryMode, Priority, and TimeToLive) of the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
message
Type
Description
TextMessage*
Pointer to the message to be published.
Return Value
None.
publish
Syntax
void publish(message, deliveryMode, priority, timeToLive)
Description
Publishes the specified message to the topic, overriding one or more default values for
properties of the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
message
Message*
Pointer to the message to be published.
deliveryMode
int
Value to be used for DeliveryMode.
priority
int
Value to be used for Priority.
timeToLive
int64_t
Value to be used for TimeToLive: Length of time
(milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a
produced message should be retained by JMS.
Return Value
None.
publish
Syntax
void publish(message, deliveryMode, priority, timeToLive)
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Description
Publishes the specified message to the topic, overriding one or more default values for
properties of the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
message
BytesMessage*
Pointer to the message to be published.
deliveryMode
int
Value to be used for DeliveryMode.
priority
int
Value to be used for Priority.
timeToLive
int64_t
Value to be used for TimeToLive: Length of time
(milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a
produced message should be retained by JMS.
Return Value
None.
publish
Syntax
void publish(message, deliveryMode, priority, timeToLive)
Description
Publishes the specified message to the topic, overriding one or more default values for
properties of the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
message
TextMessage*
Pointer to the message to be published.
deliveryMode
int
Value to be used for DeliveryMode.
priority
int
Value to be used for Priority.
timeToLive
int64_t
Value to be used for TimeToLive: Length of time
(milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a
produced message should be retained by JMS.
Return Value
None.
publish
Syntax
void publish(topic, message)
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Description
Publishes the specified message to the specified topic.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
topic
Topic*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
message
Message*
Pointer to the message.
Return Value
None.
publish
Syntax
void publish(topic, message, deliveryMode, priority, timeToLive)
Description
Publishes the specified message to the specified topic, overriding one or more default
values for properties of the specified topic publisher.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
topic
Topic*
Pointer to the TopicPublisher object.
message
Message*
Pointer to the message to publish.
delivery
int
Value to be used for DeliveryMode.
priority
int
Value to be used for Priority.
timeToLive
long
Value to be used for TimeToLive: Length of time
(milliseconds elapsed since dispatch time) that a
produced message should be retained by JMS.
Return Value
None.
The QueueSession Interface for JMS in C++
5.10.19.
The QueueSession Interface methods are:
createQueue on page 509
createReceiver on page 509
createReceiver on page 509
createSender on page 510
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createQueue
Syntax
queue createQueue(queueName)
Description
Creates an identity with a specific queue name; does not create a physical queue.
This functionality is provided for rare cases where clients need to dynamically create a
queue identity with a provider-specific name. Clients that depend on this functionality
are not portable.
Parameters
Name
queueName
Type
Description
WString
The name of the queue.
Return Value
WString.
createReceiver
Syntax
QueueReceiver* createReceiver(queue)
Description
Creates a Receiver object to receive messages;
Parameters
Name
queue
Type
Description
queue*
Pointer to the queue.
Return Value
QueueReceiver* pointer.
createReceiver
Syntax
QueueReceiver* createReceive(queue, messageSelector)
Description
Creates a Receiver object to receive messages using a message selector.
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Name
Type
Description
queue
Queue*
Pointer to the queue.
messageSelector
char*
Pointer to the text of the message selector.
Return Value
QueueReceiver* pointer.
createSender
Syntax
QueueSender createSender(queue)
Description
Creates a Sender object to send messages.
Parameters
Name
queue
Type
Description
queue*
Pointer to the queue.
Return Value
QueueSender* pointer.
createTemporaryQueue
Syntax
TemporaryQueue createTemporaryQueue()
Description
Creates a Temporary object for a specified session.
Return Value
TemporaryQueue.
The TopicSession Interface for JMS in C++
5.10.20.
The TopicSession Interface methods are:
createDurableSubscriber on page 511
createDurableSubscriber on page 512
createPublisher on page 512
createSubscriber on page 513
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createTemporaryTopic on page 514
createTopic on page 514
unsubscribe on page 514
createDurableSubscriber
Syntax
TopicSubscriber* createDurableSubscriber(topic, name)
Description
Creates a durable subscriber to the specified topic, specifying whether messages
published by its own connection should be delivered to it.
Using pub/sub messaging, if a client needs to receive all the messages published on a
topic, including messages published while the subscriber is inactive, it uses a durable
subscriber. The JMS provider retains a record of this durable subscription and ensures
that each message from the topic's publishers is retained until either it has been
acknowledged by this durable subscriber or else it has expired.
Sessions with durable subscribers must always provide the same client ID, and each
client must specify a name that (within the given client ID) uniquely identifies each
durable subscription it creates. Only one session at a time can have a TopicSubscriber
for a particular durable subscription. An inactive durable subscriber is one that exists
but does not currently have a message consumer associated with it.
A client can change an existing durable subscription by creating a durable
TopicSubscriber with the same name and a new topic (and/or message selector).
Changing a durable subscriber is equivalent to deleting the old one and creating a new
one.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
topic
Queue*
Pointer to the topic.
name
char*
Pointer to the text string containing the client ID
of the durable subscriber.
Return Value
TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the created TopicSubscriber object.
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createDurableSubscriber
Syntax
TopicSubscriber* createDurableSubscriber(topic, name,
messageSelector, noLocal)
Description
Creates a durable subscriber to the specified topic, using a message selector
(messageSelector) and/or specifying whether messages published by its own connection
should be delivered to it (noLocal).
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
topic
Topic*
Pointer to the topic.
name
char*
Pointer to the text string containing the client ID
of the durable subscriber.
messageSelector
char*
Pointer to the string containing the text of the
message selector; only messages with properties
matching the message selector expression are
delivered. A value of null or an empty string
indicates that there is no message selector for
the message consumer.
noLocal
STCBOOL
Flag, default false. If true, inhibits the delivery of
messages published by its own connection.
Return Value
TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the created TopicSubscriber object.
createPublisher
Syntax
TopicPublisher createPublisher(topic)
Description
Creates a publisher for the specified topic.
Parameters
Name
topic
Type
Description
Topic*
Pointer to the topic.
Return Value
TopicPublisher*
Pointer to the created TopicPublisher object.
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createSubscriber
Syntax
TopicSubscriber* createSubscriber(topic)
Description
Creates a nondurable subscriber to the specified topic—in other words, a subscriber that
receives only those messages that are published while the subscriber is active.
Parameters
Name
topic
Type
Description
Topic*
Pointer to the topic.
Return Value
TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the TopicSubscriber object.
createSubscriber
Syntax
TopicSubscriber* createSubscriber(topic, messageSelector, noLocal)
Description
Creates a nondurable subscriber to the specified topic—in other words, a subscriber that
receives only those messages that are published while the subscriber is active
In some cases, a connection may both publish and subscribe to a topic. The NoLocal
parameter allows a subscriber to inhibit the delivery of messages published by its own
connection. The default value for this attribute is false.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
topic
Topic*
Pointer to the topic.
messageSelector
char*
Pointer to the string containing the text of the
message selector; only messages with properties
matching the message selector expression are
delivered. A value of null or an empty string
indicates that there is no message selector for
the message consumer.
noLocal
STCBOOL
Flag, default false. If true, inhibits the delivery of
messages published by its own connection.
Return Value
TopicSubscriber*
Pointer to the TopicSubscriber object.
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createTemporaryTopic
Syntax
TemporaryTopic* createTemporaryTopic()
Description
Creates a temporary topic that lives only as long as the specified TopicSession does
(unless the topic is deleted earlier).
Return Value
TemporaryTopic*
Pointer to the created TemporaryTopic object.
createTopic
Syntax
Topic createTopic(topicName)
Description
Creates a topic identity with a specific topic name; does not create a physical topic.
This functionality is provided for rare cases where clients need to dynamically create a
topic identity with a provider-specific name. Clients that depend on this functionality
are not portable.
Parameters
Name
topicName
Type
Description
WString
The text string containing the name of the topic.
Return Value
Topic
unsubscribe
Syntax
void unsubscribe(name)
Description
Unsubscribes a durable subscription that has been created by a client. Note that it is an
error to delete a durable subscription while there is an active TopicSession for the
subscription, or while a consumed message is part of a pending transaction or has not
been acknowledged in the session.
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Parameters
Name
name
Type
Description
void
The name used to identify this subscription.
Return Value
None.
The Xid Interface for JMS in C++
5.10.21.
The Xid Interface has the following methods:
getBranchQualifier on page 515
getFormatId on page 515
getGlobalTransactionId on page 516
getBranchQualifier
Syntax
const unsigned char* getBranchQualifier(&pl)
Description
Obtain the transaction branch identifier part of XID as an array of bytes.
Parameters
Name
&pl
Type
Description
long
Returns the long address.
Return Value
const unsigned char*
getFormatId
Syntax
uint64_t getFormatId()
Description
Obtain the format identifier part of the XID.
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Return Value
uint64_t
getGlobalTransactionId
Syntax
const unsigned char* getGlobalTransactionId(&pl)
Description
Obtain the global transaction identifier part of XID as an array of bytes.
Parameters
Name
&pl
Type
Description
long
Returns the long address.
Return Value
const unsigned char*
The XAResource Interface for JMS in C++
5.10.22.
The XAResource Interface has the following methods:
commit on page 517
Xid**recover on page 517
rollback on page 518
getTransactionTimeout on page 518
setTransactionTimeout on page 519
isSameRM on page 519
prepare on page 519
start on page 520
end on page 520
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Flag definitions
TMENDRSCAN
End a recovery scan
TMFAIL
Disassociates the caller and mark the transaction branch rollback-only.
TMJOIN
Caller is joining existing transaction branch.
TMNOFLAGS
Use TMNOFLAGS to indicate no flags value is selected.
TMONEPHASE
Caller is using one-phase optimization.
TMRESUME
Caller is resuming association with suspended transaction branch.
TMSTARTRSCAN
Start a recovery scan.
TMSUCCESS
Disassociate caller from transaction branch
TMSUSPEND
Caller is suspending (not ending) association with transaction branch.
XA_OK
The transaction work has been prepared normally.
XA_RDONLY
The transaction branch has been read-only and has been committed.
commit
Syntax
void commit(Xid, onePhase)
Description
Commits the global transaction specified by xid
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
xid
Xid*
A pointer to the global
transaction identifier.
onePhase
STCBOOL
Flag; if true, a one-phase commit protocol is
used to commit the work done on behalf of
xid.
Returns
void.
Xid**recover
Syntax
void Xid**recover(flag)
Description
This method is used during recovery to obtain the list of transaction branches that are
currently in prepared or heuristically completed states.
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Parameters
Name
flag
Type
Description
One of TMSTARTRSCAN, TMENDRSCAN,
TMNOFLAGS. TMNOFLAGS must be used
when no other flags are set in flags.
int
Returns
int.
rollback
Syntax
void rollback(xid)
Description
Roll back work done on behalf of a transaction branch.
Parameters
Name
xid
Type
Description
Xid*
A global transaction identifier
Returns
None.
getTransactionTimeout
Syntax
int getTransactionTimeout()
Description
Obtain the current transaction timeout value set for this XAResource instance. If
XAResource.setTransactionTimeout was not used prior to calling this method, the
return value is the default timeout set for the resource manager; otherwise, the value
used in the previous setTransactionTimeout call is returned.
Returns
None.
setTransactionTimeout
Syntax
STCBOOL setTransactionTimeout()
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Description
Sets the current transaction timeout value for this XAResource instance. Once set, this
timeout value is effective until setTransactionTimeout is invoked again with a
different value. To reset the timeout value to the default value used by the resource
manager, set the value to zero. If the timeout operation is performed successfully, the
method returns true; otherwise false. If a resource manager does not support transaction
timeout value to be set explicitly, this method returns false
Returns
STCBOOL
isSameRM
Syntax
int isSameRM(xares)
Description
This method is called to determine if the resource manager instance represented by the
target object is the same as the resource manager instance represented by the parameter
xares.
Parameters
Name
xid
Type
Description
Xid*
A global transaction identifier
Returns
int
prepare
Syntax
Xid* prepare(xid)
Description
Asks the resource manager to prepare for a transaction commit of the transaction
specified in xid.
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Parameters
Name
xid
Type
Description
Xid*
A global transaction identifier
Returns
int
A value indicating the resource manager’s decision on the outcome of the
transaction. The possible values are XA_RDONLY or XA_OK.
start
Syntax
void start(xid, flags)
Description
Start work on behalf of a transaction branch specified in xid. If TMJOIN is specified, the
start is for joining a transaction previously seen by the resource manager. If
TMRESUME is specified, the start is to resume a suspended transaction specified in the
parameter xid. If neither TMJOIN or TMRESUME is specified and the transaction
specified by xid has previously been seen by the JMS, the resource manager throws the
XAException exception.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
xid
Xid*
A global transaction identifier
flags
int
One of TMNOFLAGS, TMJOIN, or TMRESUME
Returns
None
end
Syntax
void end(xid, flags)
Description
Ends the work performed on behalf of a transaction branch. The JMS IQ manager
disassociates the XA resource from the transaction branch specified and allows the
transaction be completed.
If TMSUSPEND is specified in flags, the transaction branch is temporarily suspended in
an incomplete state. The transaction context must then be resumed by specifying
TMRESUME.
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If TMFAIL is specified, the message failed. The JMS IQ manager may mark the
transaction as rollback-only.
If TMSUCCESS is specified, the message has completed successfully.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
xid
Xid*
A global transaction identifier
flags
int
One of TMSUCCESS, TMFAIL, or TMSUSPEND
Returns
None.
MSGSRVC_API *Lookup
5.10.23.
The methods for the MSGSRVC_API *Lookup are:
*LookupQueueConnectionFactory on page 521
*LookupXAQueueConnectionFactory on page 522
*LookupQueue on page 523
*LookupTopicConnectionFactory on page 523
*LookupXATopicConnectionFactory on page 524
*LookupTopic on page 525
*CreateXid on page 525
*LookupXADataSource on page 526
*LookupQueueConnectionFactoryExt on page 526
*LookupXAQueueConnectionFactoryExt on page 527
*LookupXATopicQueueConnectionFactoryExt on page 528
*LookupQueueConnectionFactory
Syntax
*LookupQueueConnectionFactory(dllname, initString, hostname, port,
usPortOffset, iMaxRetires)
Description
Constructs a QueueConnectionFactory for the specified host and port using the given
<iniString> name. You can replace this method if you are using your own naming
service lookup API call.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
dllname
const char*
dllname should always be set to
MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME unless you rename the
default libraries shipped with the API Kit.
initString
const char*
User defined name.
hostName
const char*
The default is DEFAULT_SERVER_NAME if you do
not define a name.
port
unsigned short
The default is DEFAULT_PORT if you do not
define a port.
usPortOffset
unsigned short
The default port offset is 0 if you do not define
an offset.
iMaxRetries
int
The default number of maximum retries is 30 if
you do not define a maximum number of retries.
Returns
QueueConnectionFactory
*LookupXAQueueConnectionFactory
Syntax
*LookupXAQueueConnectionFactory(dllname, initString, hostname, port,
usPortOffset, iMaxRetires)
Description
Constructs a QueueXAConnectionFactory for the specified host and port using the
given <iniString> name. You can replace this method if you are using your own naming
service lookup API call.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
dllname
const char*
dllname should always be set to
MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME unless you rename the
default libraries shipped with the API Kit.
initString
const char*
User defined name.
hostName
const char*
The default is DEFAULT_SERVER_NAME if you do
not define a name.
port
unsigned short
The default is DEFAULT_PORT if you do not
define a port.
usPortOffset
unsigned short
The default port offset is 0 if you do not define
an offset.
iMaxRetries
int
The default number of maximum retries is 30 if
you do not define a maximum number of retries.
Returns
XAQueueConnectionFactory
*LookupQueue
Syntax
*LookupQueue(const char*, const char*)
Description
Constructs a topic using the given topicName.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
User defined
const char*
User defined string.
User defined
const char*
User defined string.
Returns
Queue
*LookupTopicConnectionFactory
Syntax
*LookupTopicConnectionFactory(dllname, initString, hostname, port,
usPortOffset, iMaxRetires)
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Description
Constructs a TopicConnectionFactory for the specified host and port using the given
<iniString> name. You can replace this method if you are using your own naming
service lookup API call.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
dllname
const char*
dllname should always be set to
MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME unless you rename the
default libraries shipped with the API Kit.
initString
const char*
User defined name.
hostName
const char*
The default is DEFAULT_SERVER_NAME if you do
not define a name.
port
unsigned short
The default is DEFAULT_PORT if you do not
define a port.
usPortOffset
unsigned short
The default port offset is 0 if you do not define
an offset.
iMaxRetries
int
The default number of maximum retries is 30 if
you do not define a maximum number of retries.
Returns
TopicConnectionFactory
*LookupXATopicConnectionFactory
Syntax
*LookupXATopicConnectionFactory(dllname, initString, hostname, port,
usPortOffset, iMaxRetires)
Description
Constructs a XATopicConnectionFactory for the specified host and port using the given
<iniString> name. You can replace this method if you are using your own naming
service lookup API call.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
dllname
const char*
dllname should always be set to
MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME unless you rename the
default libraries shipped with the API Kit.
initString
const char*
User defined name.
hostName
const char*
The default is DEFAULT_SERVER_NAME if you do
not define a name.
port
unsigned short
The default is DEFAULT_PORT if you do not
define a port.
usPortOffset
unsigned short
The default port offset is 0 if you do not define
an offset.
iMaxRetries
int
The default number of maximum retries is 30 if
you do not define a maximum number of retries.
Returns
XATopicConnectionFactory
*LookupTopic
Syntax
*LookupTopic(dllname, topicName)
Description
Constructs a topic using the given topicName.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
dllname
const char*
dllname should always be set to
MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME unless you rename the
default libraries shipped with the API Kit.
topicName
const char*
Name of the topic.
Returns
Topic
*CreateXid
Syntax
*CreateXid(dllname)
Description
Constructs an Xid.
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Parameters
Name
dllname
Type
Description
const char*
dllname should always be set to
MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME unless you rename the
default libraries shipped with the API Kit.
Returns
Xid
*LookupXADataSource
Syntax
*LookupXADataSource(const char*, const char*)
Description
Used to retrieve the XADataSource using a thirdparty library. For example, call
LookupXADataSource(ORACLE_DLL_Name, “myname”) to get and instance of
XADataSource
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
User defined
const char*
User defined String.
User defined
const char*
User defined String.
Returns
XADataSource
*LookupQueueConnectionFactoryExt
Syntax
*LookupQueueConnectionFactoryExt(dllname, initString, hostname, port,
usPortOffset, iMaxRetires, iInterval)
Description
Constructs QueueConnectionFactoryExt for the specified host and port using the given
<iniString> name. You can replace this method if you are using your own naming
service lookup API call.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
dllname
const char*
dllname should always be set to
MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME unless you rename the
default libraries shipped with the API Kit.
initString
const char*
User defined name.
hostName
const char*
The default is DEFAULT_SERVER_NAME if you do
not define a name.
port
unsigned short
The default is DEFAULT_PORT if you do not
define a port.
usPortOffset
unsigned short
The default port offset is 0 if you do not define
an offset.
iMaxRetries
int
The default number of maximum retries is 30 if
you do not define a maximum number of retries.
iInterval
int
The default retry interval is 100 millisecond if
you do not define the retry interval.
Returns
QueueConnectionFactory
*LookupXAQueueConnectionFactoryExt
Syntax
*LookupXAQueueConnectionFactoryExt(dllname, initString, hostname,
port, usPortOffset, iMaxRetires, iInterval)
Description
Constructs XAQueueConnectionFactoryExt for the specified host and port using the
given <iniString> name. You can replace this method if you are using your own naming
service lookup API call.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
dllname
const char*
dllname should always be set to
MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME unless you rename the
default libraries shipped with the API Kit.
initString
const char*
User defined name.
hostName
const char*
The default is DEFAULT_SERVER_NAME if you do
not define a name.
port
unsigned short
The default is DEFAULT_PORT if you do not
define a port.
usPortOffset
unsigned short
The default port offset is 0 if you do not define
an offset.
iMaxRetries
int
The default number of maximum retries is 30 if
you do not define a maximum number of retries.
iInterval
int
The default retry interval is 100 millisecond if
you do not define the retry interval.
Returns
XAQueueConnectionFactory
*LookupXATopicQueueConnectionFactoryExt
Syntax
*LookupXATopicConnectionFactoryExt(dllname, initString, hostname,
port, usPortOffset, iMaxRetires, iInterval)
Description
Constructs XATopicConnectionFactoryExt for the specified host and port using the
given <iniString> name. You can replace this method if you are using your own naming
service lookup API call.
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Parameters
Name
Type
Description
dllname
const char*
dllname should always be set to
MSCLIENT_DLL_NAME unless you rename the
default libraries shipped with the API Kit.
initString
const char*
User defined name.
hostName
const char*
The default is DEFAULT_SERVER_NAME if you do
not define a name.
port
unsigned short
The default is DEFAULT_PORT if you do not
define a port.
usPortOffset
unsigned short
The default port offset is 0 if you do not define
an offset.
iMaxRetries
int
The default number of maximum retries is 30 if
you do not define a maximum number of retries.
iInterval
int
The default retry interval is 100 millisecond if
you do not define the retry interval.
Returns
XATopicQueueConnectionFactory
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6.1
Configuring the Multiplexer Client
After the e*Gate API Kit is installed, additional steps are required to finish the setup
before data exchange can begin. Both the multiplexer client, which represents the
machine upon which the external application resides, and the multiplexer server, which
is the machine upon which the Participating Host resides, require handling.
This section provides steps for setting up the Multiplexer and Muxpooler.
6.1.1.
Before You Begin
To allow the client system to communicate with the e*Gate API Kit, you must do the
following:
1 Install the required client files on the external system.
2 Configure the client components as necessary to use the TCP/IP port you will
specify in “Push IP Port” on page 532.
6.1.2.
Setting up the Multiplexer
To begin using the Multiplexer, do the following:
1 Copy the following files from your <eGate>\client\bin folder to a folder on your
external system:
ВЉ stc_xipmpclnt.dll
ВЉ stc_common.dll
ВЉ stc_ewipmpclnt.dll
2 From the command prompt of the external system, register all three files into
Windows Registry by using the following command:
regsvr32 <path>\<filename>
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Section 6.2
Configuring the Multiplexer Server
Setting up the Muxpooler
To begin using the Muxpooler, do the following:
1 Copy the following files from your <eGate>\client\bin folder to a folder on your
external system:
ВЉ stc_common.dll
ВЉ stcph.jar
2 Be sure that stcph.jar is included in your classpath and then, from a command
prompt of the external system, register stc_common.dll in the Windows Registry
with the following command:
regsvr32 <path>\stc_common.dll
This remainder of this chapter describes the e*Way configuration parameters and the
external configuration requirements for the e*Gate API Kit.
Important: From the perspective of the e*Gate GUIs, the e*Gate API Kit e*Way is not a system
of components distributed between the web server and a Participating Host, but a
single component that runs an executable file—the multiplexer stcewipmp.exe.
Whenever this guide discusses procedures within the context of an e*Gate GUI
(such as this chapter, which deals in part with the e*Way Editor), the term “e*Way”
refers only to the Participating Host component of the e*Way system.
6.2
Configuring the Multiplexer Server
6.2.1.
Multiplexer e*Way Configuration Parameters
e*Way configuration parameters are set using the e*Way Editor.
To change e*Way configuration parameters:
1 In the Schema Designer’s Component editor, select the e*Way you want to
configure and display its properties.
2 Under Configuration File, click New to create a new file, Find to select an existing
configuration file, or Edit to edit the currently selected file.
3 In the Additional Command Line Arguments box, type any additional command
line arguments that the e*Way may require, taking care to insert them at the end of
the existing command-line string. Be careful not to change any of the default
arguments unless you have a specific need to do so.
For more information about how to use the e*Way Editor, see the e*Way Editor’s online
Help or the e*Gate Integrator User’s Guide.
The e*Way’s configuration parameters are contained in a single section: General
Settings.
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General Settings
Request Reply IP Port
Description
Specifies the IP port that the e*Way will listen (bind) to for client connections.
This parameter is used for Request/Reply behavior.
Required Values
A valid TCP/IP port number between 1 and 65536. The default is 26051. Normally,
you only need to change the default number if the specified TCP/IP port is in use,
or you have other requirements for a specific port number.
Push IP Port
Description
Specifies the IP port through which this e*Way allows an external system to connect
and receive unsolicited (without submitting a request) Events.
Required Values
A valid TCP/IP port number between 0 and 65536. The default is 0.
Additional Information
If an Event received by this e*Way has 0 for all fields in the 24-byte MUX header, it
is sent to all callers of the WaitForUnsolicited. This parameter is optional. If set to 0,
the e*Way follows the request/reply scenario and does not accept unsolicited
Events.
Rollback if no Clients on Push Port
Description
Specifies whether Events continually roll back if no push clients are connected.
Required Values
Yes or No. If set to Yes, Events continually roll back if no push client is connected.
Wait For IQ Ack
Description
Specifies whether the send client function is to wait for an acknowledgment (that
the Event was committed to the IQ) before returning.
Required Values
Yes or No. If set to Yes, the send client function does NOT return until the Event is
committed to the IQ.
Caution: The Wait for IQ Ack parameter should be set to Yes only if the data must be
committed to the IQ on every transaction before the API returns to the client. A
setting of Yes causes significant performance impact. If normal request/reply type
transactions are being sent/received, and the data can be recreated at the client, this
parameter should not be set.
Send Empty MSG When External Disconnect
Description
Specifies whether the e*Way sends an empty incoming Event (containing only the
multiplexer header) when an external client disconnects.
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Required Values
Yes or No. If set to Yes, the e*Way sends an empty incoming Event when an external
client disconnects.
MUX Instance ID
Description
Specifies an 8-byte header to prepend to the 24-byte session ID of an Event received
from an external connection before sending to e*Gate; see “Notes on Session ID,
Instance ID, and Recovery ID” on page 533.
Required Values
A string. The default is 0. If set to a value other than 0, the first eight bytes are
prepended to the 24-byte session ID when the Event is sent to e*Gate.
Note: The strings 00, 000, and so forth (up to 00000000) are valid, although inadvisable.
However, the single-byte string 0 has a special meaning: “Do not use this option.”
MUX Recovery ID
Description
Specifies an 8-byte header to prepend to the 24-byte session ID of an Event to
republish back to e*Gate if the multiplexer finds that the session has been dropped.
Required Values
A string. The default is 0. If set to a value other than 0, the first eight bytes are
prepended to the 24-byte session ID when the Event is republished to e*Gate.
6.2.2.
Notes on Session ID, Instance ID, and Recovery ID
When an external system connects to the multiplexer, the e*Way prepends a 24-byte
header, called the session ID, to each Event before sending it into e*Gate. e*Gate then
performs the processing and returns the result to the multiplexer, which expects this 24byte header to remain prepended to the Event after it is returned from e*Gate.
However, because many implementations involve more than one multiplexer, there can
be a need to know which one of the multiplexers generated the request—for example,
to allow a single Collaboration Rule to process or route Events from different
multiplexers, to recover undelivered Events due to dropped sessions, or even to
facilitate a second delivery channel for the undelivered Events. To allow for such
interfaces, the multiplexer can be configured to prepend a further 8-byte header before
the session ID on Events it sends into e*Gate. This 8-byte header is the value specified
by the configuration parameter MUX Instance ID. If no value is specified for this
parameter, only the 24-byte session ID is prepended. Upon successful back-end
processing, e*Gate does not return the MUX Instance ID; it returns only the session ID.
If the multiplexer receiving this Event finds that the corresponding session has been
dropped, it can republish the Event into e*Gate, prepending a different 8-byte header.
This “backup” header is the value specified by the configuration parameter MUX
Recovery ID. If no value is specified for this parameter, the multiplexer can drop the
Event if the session has been dropped.
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This chapter describes the e*Way configuration parameters, the external configuration
requirements, and the implementation for the e*Gate API Kit Multiplexer e*Way.
Important: From the perspective of the e*Gate GUIs, the e*Gate API Kit e*Way is not a system
of components distributed between the web server and a Participating Host, but a
single component that runs an executable file (the multiplexer stcewipmp.exe).
When this manual discusses procedures within the context of any e*Gate GUI (such
this chapter, which deals in part with the e*Way Editor), the term “e*Way” refers
only to the Participating Host component of the e*Way system.
7.1
Implementing the Multiplexer Models
The e*Gate API kit Multiplexer supports three basic architectures:
1 Request/Reply, where data is sent to the e*Gate system and a response is returned
2 Send-only, where data is sent to the e*Gate system but no data is returned
3 Receive, where an external system connects to the e*Gate system and allows for the
delivery unsolicited Events
This section discusses how to use the Multiplexer to exchange data with an e*Gate
system.
7.1.1.
Multiplexer Overview
Request Reply
Figure 35 The Multiplexer concept
Request
External
Application
e*Gate
Processing
Reply
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The external system uses API-kit client components to send the data to the multiplexing
e*Way using an SeeBeyond-proprietary IP-based protocol. Depending on the external
system’s requirements and capabilities, these client components can be single- or multithreaded.
Figure 36 illustrates how the multiplexing e*Way receives data from an external
application and returns processed data to the same application.
Figure 36 Data flow through the Multiplexing e*Way
1
T
T
T
External
External
System
System
T
Threads
Threads
Events
Events
2
CT
CT
CT
5
Client
Client
Threads
Threads
CT
Events with
Events
24-bytewith
24-byte
Headers
Headers
3
C
C
C
CollaborCollaborations
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Multiplexing
Multiplexing
e*Way
e*Way
C
C
4
To & From Other e*Gate Components
To & From Other e*Gate Components
Client threads within the e*Way package the data as e*Gate Events, adding a 24-byte
header. Among other functions, this header provides "return address" information that
can optionally be used to return data to the client thread that originated it.
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Each e*Way can handle up to 1,000 client threads at once. If your requirements demand
more processing power, you can define more multiplexing e*Ways.
Collaborations within the e*Way perform any appropriate processing that may be
required, and route the processed Events to other destinations.
Note: The 24-byte header must be preserved as the Events are processed through the
e*Gate system.
The e*Way can also route information back to the thread on the external system that
sent the original data.
Processed data, still containing the original 24-byte header, is returned to the
multiplexing e*Way.
The e*Way uses the 24-byte "return address" to identify the destination of the data to be
returned to the external system.
The e*Way returns the data, minus the 24-byte header, to the external system.
7.1.2.
Multiplexer Request/Reply Sample Schema
Request/Reply schemas have two classes of components:
1 “Front end” components that handle communications with the external application.
These components receive requests and route replies to the correct destination.
2 “Back end” components that process the requests and compose the replies. These
components also provide the bridge between the e*Gate system and your existing
systems.
The multiplexing e*Way and its related Collaborations comprise the front-end
components. Additional e*Ways and their related Collaborations comprise the backend components. The backend e*Way(s) can be of any type required to communicate
with the external system(s).
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Figure 37 below illustrates a Request/Reply schema.
Figure 37 The Request/Reply schema
External
Application
Client Thread
Request from
Application
Reply to
Application
AppRequest
Collaboration
AppReply
Collaboration
Request Event
Reply Event
BackendRequest
Collaboration
BackendReply
Collaboration
Data Formatted
for Processing by
External System
Processed Data
Returned to
e*Gate
Multiplexing
e*Way
Backend
e*Way
Backend
External
System
1 Data enters the e*Gate system through the multiplexing e*Way via the Request
Collaboration.
2 The Request Collaboration publishes the Request Event.
3 The BackendRequest Collaboration within the back-end e*Way subscribes to the
Request Event, and routes or processes the data as appropriate.
4 After the data has been processed, the back-end e*Way’s BackendReply
Collaboration publishes the data as the Reply Event.
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5 The Reply Collaboration within the multiplexing e*Way subscribes to the Reply
Event.
6 The multiplexing e*Way returns the processed data to the requesting thread in the
external application.
7.1.3.
ETDs, Collaboration Rules, and the “Return Address” Header
As discussed in “Request/Reply” on page 30, the multiplexing e*Way maintains
“return address” information in a 24-byte header that must be preserved as the data
flows through the e*Gate system.
The simplest Event Type Definition (ETD) that can be used within a Request/Reply
schema has two nodes: one for the header, the second for the remainder of the Event
data.
Figure 38 The simplest Request/Reply ETD
This ETD is sufficient if you wish to send data through the e*Gate system simply as a
blob. If your data has a more complex structure, add subnodes to the “data” node, then
describe the structure of the data within those subnodes. Figure 38 below illustrates an
ETD that describes delimited data (for example, as in the data “First name^Last
name”).
Figure 39 A Request/Reply ETD for delimited data
Collaboration Rules that manipulate data between ETDs must preserve the Request/
Reply header (in the figures above, “RRheader”). Be sure that each Collaboration Rule
that manipulates Request/Reply data copies the contents of the Request/Reply header
from the source ETD to the target ETD (as shown in Figure 40 below).
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Figure 40 Copying the Request/Reply header
7.1.4.
Using the C APIs
The C application must do the following:
1 Load the following header files, located on the installation CD-ROM in the root
\sdk directory:
gendefs.h, tracelog.h, ewipmpclnt.h
2 Link the stc_ewipmpclnt.dll and the stc_common.dll libraries at compile time.
3 Use the EWIPMP_Open function (see “EWIPMP_Open” on page 546) to open a
connection to the multiplexer e*Way.
4 Get the data from the user.
5 Format the data as appropriate to be processed by e*Gate.
6 Use the EWIPMP_Send function (see “EWIPMP_Send” on page 547) to send data
to the e*Gate system.
7 Use the EWIPMP_Wait function (see “EWIPMP_Wait” on page 547) to cause
execution to pause long enough for e*Gate to process and return the data.
8 Use the EWIPMP_Free function (see “EWIPMP_Free” on page 545) to free the
memory associated with the returned data in the message buffer.
9 Use the EWIPMP_Close function (see “EWIPMP_Close” on page 544) to close the
connection.
7.1.5.
Using the Java APIs
The Java application must do the following:
1 Load the com.stc.ewip package.
2 Create an instance of the IPMPReqReply mux object.
3 Use the various set methods (described beginning with “setDebug” on page 564) to
define the host name, TCP/IP port, expiration time, and timeout.
4 Use the connect method (see “connect” on page 559) to open a connection to the
multiplexing e*Way.
5 Get the data from the user.
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6 Assemble the data to be sent to e*Gate in an appropriate format.
7 Use the sendMessage method (see “sendMessage” on page 563) to send the
request to the e*Gate system.
8 Use one of the getResponse methods (such as “getResponse” on page 561) to
retrieve the response from the e*Gate system.
9 Use the disconnect method (see “disconnect” on page 559) to close the connection.
A commented sample.java file is available on the e*Gate installation CD-ROM; for
more information, see “Sample Implementation” on page 543.
7.1.6.
Using the ActiveX Control Within Visual Basic Applications
The Visual Basic application must do the following:
1 Create an instance of the ActiveX MUX object.
2 Define the host name and TCP/IP port numbers.
3 Use the Connect method (see “Connect” on page 554) to open a connection to the
e*Gate system.
4 Get the data from the user.
5 Format the data as appropriate to be processed by e*Gate.
6 Use the Send method (see “Send” on page 557) to send data to the e*Gate system.
7 Use the Wait method (see “Wait” on page 557) to cause the executing thread to
pause long enough for e*Gate to process and return the data.
8 Use one of the ReplyMessageAs methods (such as “ReplyMessageAsString” on
page 556) to display the returned data.
9 Use one of the LastError methods (such as “LastErrorText” on page 555) to handle
errors.
10 Use the Disconnect method (see “Disconnect” on page 554) to close the connection.
Additional information can be found in commented sample files; for more information,
see “Sample Implementation” on page 543.
7.1.7.
Using Perl APIs
The Perl script must do the following:
1 Use the Multiplexer_Init subroutine (see “Multiplexer_Init” on page 576) to
specify the location of the stc_ewipmpclntperl.pm and stc_ewipmpclntjperl.so
files.
2 Define the host name and TCP/IP port numbers.
3 Format the user data as appropriate for processing within e*Gate.
4 Use the Multiplexer_Open subroutine (see “Multiplexer_Open” on page 577) to
open a connection to the e*Gate Participating Host.
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5 Use the Multiplexer_Send subroutine (see “Multiplexer_Send” on page 578) to
send data to the e*Gate Participating Host.
6 Use the Multiplexer_Wait subroutine (see “Multiplexer_Wait” on page 579) to
cause the Perl script to pause long enough for e*Gate to process and return the data.
7 Use the Multiplexer_ToString subroutine (see “Multiplexer_ToString” on
page 578) to obtain the returned data and display it within the user’s browser.
8 Use the Multiplexer_Free subroutine (see “Multiplexer_Free” on page 576) to free
the memory associated with the returned data.
9 Use the Multiplexer_Close subroutine (see “Multiplexer_Close” on page 575) to
close the connection.
7.2
Using the COBOL APIs
The following code demonstrates a sample set of actions. The string MUXxxx means:
MUXAPI (for CICS); MUXIMS (for IMS); or MUXBAT (for Batch).
1 The MUXxxx load module must be included in the link step when the calling
program is compiled. For CICS only: the CICS IP socket routines should be
included in the same link step.
2 Call MUXxxx with the appropriate parameters to establish a connection to the
multiplexer e*Way.
3 Call MUXxxxS to SEND data to e*Gate, passing the data and its length as specified
in the parameter list.
4 Call MUXxxxR to RECEIVE data from e*Gate; the length of the data received is
returned by the API. Use the MUXAPI-hsecs-to-wait parameter to cause the
execution to pause long enough for e*Gate to process and return the data.
5 Repeat the SEND and RECEIVE as desired to continue passing and receiving data.
6 Call MUXxxxC to close the connection.
Note: Once the connection has been opened successfully, if any of the subsequent functions
fail, the connection must be closed before continuing.
Note: If the data you are sending is larger then 32KB, you need to break the data up into
smaller packets adding a unique identifier to each. To identify the data packets and
assure their delivery, assign each packet a unique identifier. Assign each packet a
sequence number and the total number of data packets to the first message. By
breaking up the message into individual packets, ELS can reassemble the packets
into the complete message. An algorithm needs to be developed for splitting the
original message, coordinating the number of data packets and reconstituting the
original message on the client side.
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The following COBOL “client” program illustrates a simple Open-Send-Receive-Close
scenario, in which a seventeen character text message (hardcoded in working storage in
this example), is sent to the e*Gate “server”, and waits one second to receive a response.
MUXxxx means: MUXAPI (for CICS); MUXIMS (for IMS); or MUXBAT (for Batch).
000011 Identification Division.
000012*================================================================*
000013 Program-id. MUXCLI.
000014
000015*================================================================*
000016 Environment Division.
000017*================================================================*
000018
000019*================================================================*
000020 Data Division.
000021*================================================================*
000022
000030 WORKING-STORAGE SECTION.
000031
000670*================================================================*
000680* Variables used for the MUXAPI function calls
*
000690*================================================================*
000691
000693 01 MUXAPI-handle
pic s9(8) binary value +0.
000694* move host name to this field:
000695 01 MUXAPI-remote-host
pic x(24) value 'remote.host.name'.
000696* default port:
000697 01 MUXAPI-remote-port
pic 9(8) binary value 26051.
000698 01 MUXAPI-message-len
pic 9(8) binary.
000700 01 MUXAPI-secs-to-expire
pic 9(8) binary.
000701 01 MUXAPI-returnmsg-len
pic 9(8) binary.
000703 01 MUXAPI-hsecs-for-ack pic 9(8) binary value 100.
000710 01 MUXAPI-errno
pic 9(8) binary value 0.
000711 01 MUXAPI-retcode
pic s9(8) binary value +0.
000712
000713*================================================================*
000714* misc
000720*================================================================*
000730
000740 01 test-message
pic x(17) value 'Hello From MUXCLI'.
000741 01 MUXAPI-message
pic x(32727) value spaces.
000742 01 MUXAPI-returnmsg
pic x(32727) value spaces.
000750
000760*================================================================*
002002 PROCEDURE DIVISION.
002003*================================================================*
002004
002005 Main.
002010
perform MUXAPI-open-connection
002011
if MUXAPI-retcode < 0
002012
go to exit-program
002013
end-if
002014
002015
move test-message to MUXAPI-message
002016
move 17 to MUXAPI-message-len
002017
002020
perform MUXAPI-send-message
002022
if MUXAPI-retcode >= 0
002030
perform MUXAPI-receive-response
002040
end-if
002041
002050
perform MUXAPI-close-connection.
002051
002052 exit-program.
002053
exec CICS return
002060
end-exec
002061
exit program.
002070
002090 MUXAPI-open-connection.
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call "MUXxxx" using
002105
MUXAPI-handle
002106
MUXAPI-remote-host
002107
MUXAPI-remote-port
002108
MUXAPI-errno
002109
MUXAPI-retcode.
002200
005200 MUXAPI-send-message.
005221
call "MUXxxxS" using
005223
MUXAPI-handle
005240
MUXAPI-message-len
005241
MUXAPI-message
005243
MUXAPI-hsecs-for-ack
005244
MUXAPI-errno
005250
MUXAPI-retcode.
005291
005300 MUXAPI-receive-response.
005311
call "MUXxxxR" using
005313
MUXAPI-handle
005314
MUXAPI-returnmsg-len
005315
MUXAPI-returnmsg
005318
MUXAPI-hsecs-to-wait
005319
MUXAPI-errno
005320
MUXAPI-retcode.
005330
005500 MUXAPI-close-connection.
005503
call "MUXxxxC" using
005505
MUXAPI-handle
005506
MUXAPI-errno
005509
MUXAPI-retcode
7.3
Sample Implementation
A sample implementation is available in the samples directory of the e*Gate CD-ROM.
Follow the directions in the samples\ewmux\Readme.txt file.
In the demonstration schema, the back end is provided by a TCP/IP e*Way that applies
data-manipulation Collaboration Rules and a Loopback e*Way that sends the TCP/IP
e*Way’s output back into the e*Gate system.
If you use the Schema Designer to examine the sample schema, note that the Loopback
e*Way has no Collaborations; the Loopback e*Way requires none to perform its
“loopback” function.
Note: The TCP/IP e*Way used in the demonstration schema was developed specifically for
this use. A general-purpose TCP/IP e*Way is also available for other uses; contact
SeeBeyond for more information.
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Вѓ C API Function Prototypes on page 544
Вѓ COBOL APIs on page 549
Вѓ ActiveX APIs on page 553
Вѓ Java Methods on page 558
ВЉ com.stc.MUXPooler on page 568
Вѓ Perl Subroutines on page 575
8.1
C API Function Prototypes
The file ewipmpclnt.h defines the following function prototypes:
Вѓ EWIPMP_Close on page 544
Вѓ EWIPMP_Free on page 545
Вѓ EWIPMP_Open on page 546
Вѓ EWIPMP_Send on page 547
Вѓ EWIPMP_Wait on page 547
Note: The comments within the ewipmpclnt.h header file contain the same information as
this chapter.
EWIPMP_Close
Syntax
EWIPMP_Close(hIPMP)
Description
EWIPMP_Close closes an IPMP connection and frees all resources associated with the
HEWIPMP handle.
Parameters
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hIPMP
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Type
HEWIPMP
Description
An IPMP connection handle.
Return Values
Boolean
Returns true if the connection was successfully closed; otherwise, returns false. Use
getlasterror() to obtain any error codes.
Examples
//close connection handle
if(hIPMP)
{
EWIPMP_Close(hIPMP)
}
EWIPMP_Free
Syntax
EWIPMP_Free(hIPMP,pbReturnMessage)
Description
EWIPMP_Free frees the memory associated with the pbReturnMessage in the
EWIMP_Wait call.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
hIPMP
HEWIPMP
An IPMP connection handle.
pbReturnMessage
byte *
A message, as a blob.
Return Values
Returns true if the operation was performed successfully; otherwise, returns false.
Use getlasterror() to obtain any error codes.
Examples
// free message buffer
//
if (!EWIPMP_Free(hIPMP, (BYTE*)pBuffer))
{
pBuffer = NULL;
goto FreeFailed;
}
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EWIPMP_Open
Syntax
EWIPMP_Open(phIPMP,pcszServerHost,dwServerPort,dwflags,
pvReserved)
Description
EWIPMP_Open creates and initializes an IPMP connection with a remote host.
Parameters
Name
Type
Optional
Description
phIPMP
pointer
A pointer to the connection handle. Pass this
function an address of an empty handle, and the
function returns the handle for use by other
IPMP functions.
pcszServerHost
char
yes
The name of the remote host. If this parameter is
null, “localhost” is used.
dwServerPort
dword
yes
The TCP/IP port number. If this parameter is
zero, the default 26051 is used.
dwflags
dword
Reserved for future use and must be set to zero.
pvReserved
void
Reserved for future use and must be set to null.
Return Values
Boolean
Returns true and creates an IPMP connection handle if the connection was successfully
established; otherwise, returns false. Use getlasterror() to obtain any error messages.
Additional Notes
The caller must call the EWIMP_Close method (See EWIPMP_Close on page 544) to
release the connection and any resources associated with the handle.
Examples
// open connection to the multiplexer e*way
//
if (pszServerHost == NULL)
{
if (!EWIPMP_Open(&hIPMP, "localhost", dwServerPort, 0, NULL))
{
goto OpenConnectionFailed;
}
}
else
{
if (!EWIPMP_Open(&hIPMP, pszServerHost, dwServerPort, 0, NULL))
{
goto OpenConnectionFailed;
}
}
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EWIPMP_Send
Syntax
EWIPMP_Send(hIPMP,cbMessage,pbMessage,cSecondsToExpire,dwflags,
pvReserved)
Description
EWIPMP_Send sends the specified message, optionally with the specified expiration
time.
Parameters
Name
Type
Optional
Description
hIPMP
handle
An open IPMP connection handle
cbMessage
dword
The count, in bytes, of the message pointed to by
pbMessage
pbMessage
byte
The message content to send into e*Gate
cSecondsToExpire
dword
dwflags
dword
Bit flags reserved for future use. This field must
be set to zero.
pvReserved
void
Reserved for future use and must be set to null.
yes
The number of seconds this request “lives”
within the e*Gate system before being dropped
as an “expired” Event. If it is set to
EWIPMP_NOEXPIRE, the message never expires.
Return Values
Returns true if the message was successfully sent; otherwise, returns false. Use
getlasterror() to obtain any error code.
Examples
// send the message to multiplexer e*way
//
dwMessageLength = dwCurrentBuffLen;
if (!EWIPMP_Send(hIPMP, dwMessageLength, (BYTE*)pBuffer,
cSecondsToExpire, 0, NULL))
{
goto SendFailed;
EWIPMP_Wait
Syntax
EWIPMP_Wait(hIPMP,pcbReturnMessage,ppbReturnMessage,
cMillisecondToExpire,dwflags,pvReserved)
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Description
EWIPMP_Wait causes the application to wait the specified number of milliseconds for
a response to be received via the specified message handle. A message must have been
sent on the same HEWIPMP handle for which EWIPMP_Wait is invoked.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
hIPMP
HEWIPMP
An IPMP connection handle.
pcbReturnMessage
dword
A pointer to a DWORD that receives the count, in
bytes, of the returned message pointed to by
ppbReturnMessage.
ppbReturnMessage
dword
The address of a byte pointer that is allocated and
filled out by this API of the message content received.
The caller must free the returned pointer using
EWIPMP_Free (see EWIPMP_Free on page 545).
cMillisecondToExpire
dword
The number of milliseconds to wait to receive a
message from the remote host. If the caller sets this
parameter to EWIPMP_BLOCKWAIT, this API is not
returned until a message is received or the connection
is closed.
dwflags
dword
Bit flags reserved for future use. This must be set to
zero.
pvReserved
void
Reserved for future use. This must be set to null.
Return Values
Returns true if the message was received properly; returns false if an error occurred or
if the timeout expired. Use getlasterror() to obtain any error codes.
If the timeout expires, the error code is set to GENERROR_TIMEOUT. Other
uncommon error codes that it might return from GETLASTERROR are:
GENERROR_TIMEOUT
0x20000040
GENERROR_INVALID_PARAM
0x20000002
GENERROR_BADFORMAT
0x20000050
GENERROR_MEMORY_ALLOCATION
0x20001000
Examples
// wait for reply
//
if (!EWIPMP_Wait(hIPMP, &dwMessageLength, (BYTE**)&pBuffer,
cMillisecondsToWait, 0, NULL))
{
goto WaitFailed;
}
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COBOL APIs
COBOL APIs
Вѓ Open on page 549
Вѓ Send on page 550
Вѓ Receive on page 551
Вѓ Close on page 553
Open
Syntax
call "MUXAPI" using
MUXAPI-handle
MUXAPI-remote-host
MUXAPI-remote-port
MUXAPI-errno
MUXAPI-retcode.
Description
This function creates a socket connection to the MUX server e*Way running on the
specified remote host and TCP/IP port. This socket connection is defined by a unique
identifier, or “handle,” that is returned by the OPEN. Note this allows multiple
connections to be opened and maintained by a single CICS application to a single or
multiple MUX server e*Ways.
Sample
Sample working storage definitions:
01
MUXAPI-handle
pic s9(8)
binary value +0.
01
MUXAPI-remote-host
pic
x(24)
value ’remote.host.name’.
01
MUXAPI-remote-port
pic
9(8)
binary value 26051.
01
MUXAPI-errno
pic
9(8)
binary value 0.
01
MUXAPI-retcode
pic s9(8)
binary value +0.
Parameters and returns set by the application
MUXAPI - handle
A 4-byte binary number, initialized to zero.
Returns
TCP/IP socket number for the established connection.
MUXAPI - remote-host
A 24-byte character field, containing the DNS name of the remote host on which the
MUX server e*Way is listening.
Returns
Unchanged.
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MUXAPI - remote-port
A 4-byte binary number, containing the TCP/IP port number to which the MUX
server e*Way is listening.
Returns
Unchanged
MUXAPI - errno
A 4-byte binary number, initialized to zero.
Returns
If MUXAPI - retcode is negative (see below), MUXAPI-errno contains an error
number.
MUXAPI - retcode
A 4-byte signed binary number, initialized to zero.
Returns
A value of zero or greater indicates a successful call. A negative value signifies an
error; the error number is contained in MUXAPI-errno.
Send
Syntax
call "MUXAPIS" using
MUXAPI-handle
MUXAPI-message-len
MUXAPI-message
MUXAPI-hsecs-for-ack
MUXAPI-errno
MUXAPI-retcode.
Description
This function sends a message or block of data to the MUX server e*Way. The function
will then wait a specified time (expressed in hundredths of seconds) for an
acknowledgment to arrive on the socket connection identified by the passed handle.
Sample
Sample working storage definitions:
01
MUXAPI-handle
pic s9(8)
binary.
01
MUXAPI-message-len
pic
9(8)
binary.
01
MUXAPI-message
pic
x(32703)
value spaces.
01
MUXAPI-hsecs-for-ack
pic
9(8)
binary.
01
MUXAPI-errno
pic
9(8)
01
MUXAPI-retcode
pic s9(8)
binary value 0.
binary value +0.
Parameters and returns set by the application
MUXAPI - handle
A 4-byte binary number containing the socket number returned by the OPEN.
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Returns
Unchanged.
MUXAPI - message-len
A 4-byte binary number containing the length, in bytes, of the message to be sent to
the MUX server e*Way. The maximum size is 32K - 40 bytes, or 32727 bytes.
Returns
Unchanged.
MUXAPI - message
A 32727-byte character field containing the actual data to be sent to the MUX server
e*Way. The contents of this field will be transmitted without conversion of any kind.
Returns
Unchanged.
MUXAPI - hsecs-for-ack
A 4-byte binary number, initialized to zero. Hundredths of seconds to wait for an
acknowledgment (ACK) from e*Gate after a SEND.
Returns
Unchanged.
MUXAPI - errno
A 4-byte binary number, initialized to zero.
Returns
If MUXAPI - retcode is negative (see below), MUXAPI-errno contains an error
number.
MUXAPI - retcode
A 4-byte signed binary number, initialized to zero.
Returns
A value of zero or greater indicates a successful call. A negative value signifies an
error; the error number is contained in MUXAPI-errno.
Receive
Syntax
call "MUXAPIR" using
MUXAPI-handle
MUXAPI-returnmsg-len
MUXAPI-returnmsg
MUXAPI-hsecs-to-wait
MUXAPI-errno
MUXAPI-retcode.
Description
This function receives a message or block of data from the MUX server e*Way. The
function will wait a specified time (expressed in hundredths of seconds) for a message
to arrive on the socket connection identified by the passed handle.
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Sample
Sample working storage definitions:
01
MUXAPI-handle
pic s9(8)
binary.
01
MUXAPI-returnmsg-len
pic
9(8)
binary.
01
MUXAPI-returnmsg
pic
x(32727)
value spaces.
01
MUXAPI-hsecs-to-wait
pic
9(8)
binary value 100.
01
MUXAPI-errno
pic
9(8)
binary value 0.
01
MUXAPI-retcode
pic s9(8)
binary value +0.
Parameters and returns set by the application
MUXAPI - handle
A 4-byte binary number, containing the socket number returned by the OPEN.
Returns
Unchanged.
MUXAPI - returnmsg-len
A 4-byte binary number, initialized to zero.
Returns
The length, in bytes, of the data received from the MUX server e*Way.
MUX API - returnmsg
A 32727-byte character field.
Returns
The data received from the MUX server e*Way.
MUXAPI - hsecs-to-wait
A 4-byte binary number, representing the hundredths of seconds to wait for a
response from e*Gate.
Returns
Unchanged.
MUXAPI - errno
A 4-byte binary number, initialized to zero.
Returns
If MUXAPI - retcode is negative (see below), MUXAPI-errno contains an error
number.
MUXAPI - retcode
A 4-byte signed binary number, initialized to zero.
Returns
A value of zero or greater indicates a successful call. A negative value signifies an
error; the error number is contained in MUXAPI-errno.
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Close
Syntax
call "MUXAPIC" using
MUXAPI-handle
MUXAPI-errno
MUXAPI-retcode.
Description
The Close function shuts down the socket connection with the MUX server e*Way and
frees any resources associated with it.
Sample
Sample working storage definitions:
01
MUXAPI-handle
pic s9(8)
binary.
01
MUXAPI-errno
pic
binary value 0.
01
MUXAPI-retcode
pic s9(8)
9(8)
binary value +0.
Parameters and returns set by the application
MUXAPI - handle
A 4-byte binary number, containing the socket number returned by the OPEN.
Returns
Unchanged.
MUXAPI - errno
A 4-byte binary number, initialized to zero.
Returns
If MUXAPI - retcode is negative (see below), MUXAPI-errno contains an error
number.
MUXAPI - retcode
A 4-byte signed binary number, initialized to zero.
Returns
A value of zero or greater indicates a successful call. A negative value signifies an
error; the error number is contained in MUXAPI-errno.
8.3
ActiveX APIs
The e*Gate API Kit ActiveX control supports the following methods:
Вѓ Connect on page 554
Вѓ Disconnect on page 554
Вѓ LastErrorCode on page 555
Вѓ LastErrorText on page 555
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Вѓ ReplyMessageAsArray on page 556
Вѓ ReplyMessageAsString on page 556
Вѓ ReplyMessageSize on page 556
Вѓ Send on page 557
Вѓ Wait on page 557
Connect
Syntax
Connect bstrMUXHost, lMUXListenPort
Description
Connect opens a connection to the specified host using the specified port.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
bstrMUXHost
BSTR
The name of a network host.
lMUXListenPort
long
The TCP/IP port number over which to establish the
connection.
Return Values
None.
Examples
rr.Connect strHost, dwPort
Disconnect
Syntax
Disconnect
Description
Disconnect closes an open connection.
Parameters
None.
Return Values
None.
Examples
rr.Disconnect()
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LastErrorCode
Syntax
LastErrorCode
Description
LastErrorCode returns the last error code.
Parameters
None.
Return Values
Returns an error code.
Examples
rr.Send strSend, 1000
if rr.LastErrorCode() > 0 then
ShowError(rr)
else
rr.Wait 10000
if rr.LastErrorCode() > 0 then
ShowError(rr)
else
Response.Write "<H1 align=center>MUX e*Way Response string</H1>"
Response.Write "<P>"
LastErrorText
Syntax
LastErrorText
Description
LastErrorText returns the text of the last error code.
Parameters
None.
Return Values
Returns an error message.
Examples
rr.Send strSend, 1000
if rr.LastErrorCode() > 0 then
ShowError(rr)
else
rr.Wait 10000
if rr.LastErrorCode() > 0 then
ShowError(rr)
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Response.Write "<H1 align=center>MUX e*Way Response string</H1>"
Response.Write "<P>"
ReplyMessageAsArray
Syntax
ReplyMessageAsArray
Description
ReplyMessageAsArray returns the outbound data as an array.
Parameters
None.
Return Values
Returns an array.
ReplyMessageAsString
Syntax
ReplyMessageAsString
Description
ReplyMessageAsString returns the outbound data as a string.
Parameters
None.
Return Values
Returns a string.
Examples
rr.Wait 10000
if rr.LastErrorCode() > 0 then
ShowError(rr)
else
Response.Write "<H1 align=center>MUX e*Way Response string</H1>"
Response.Write "<P>"
Response.Write(rr.ReplyMessageAsString)
Response.Write "</P>"
ReplyMessageSize
Syntax
ReplyMessageSize
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Description
ReplyMessageSize returns the length in bytes of the outbound data.
Parameters
None.
Return Values
Returns a long integer.
Send
Syntax
Send bstrRequestMessage, cSecondsAlive
Description
Send sends data into the e*Gate system.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
bstruRequestMessage
BSTR
The message to send into the e*Gate system.
cSecondsAlive
long
The number of seconds this request “lives” within
e*Gate before being dropped as an expired Event.
Return Values
None.
Examples
rr.Send strSend, 1000
Wait
Syntax
Wait cBlockMilliseconds
Description
Wait causes the application to wait the specified number of milliseconds for a message
to be received.
Parameters
Name
cBlockMilliseconds
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Return Values
None.
Examples
rr.Wait 10000
8.3.1.
ActiveX Class ID
The ID for the IP Multiplexing ActiveX control is
xipmpclnt.MUX
8.4
Java Methods
The Java class file IPMPReqReply.java defines the following classes:
Вѓ connect on page 559
Вѓ disconnect on page 559
Вѓ getHost on page 560
Вѓ getPort on page 560
Вѓ getResponse on page 561
Вѓ getResponseBytes on page 561
Вѓ getSecondsToExpire on page 562
Вѓ getSleepDuration on page 562
Вѓ getTimeout on page 563
Вѓ sendMessage on page 563
Вѓ setDebug on page 564
Вѓ setHost on page 565
Вѓ setPort on page 565
Вѓ setSecondsToExpire on page 566
Вѓ setSleepDuration on page 566
Вѓ setTimeout on page 567
Defaults
The IPMPReqReply class establishes the following default variables and values:
Variable
port
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Meaning
26051
The TCP/IP port over which the connection to
the remote host is established.
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Type
Value
Meaning
host
String
""
(null string)
The name of the remote host.
timeOut
long
10000
The number of milliseconds the application
waits to receive a message from the remote
host.
connectionHandle
long
0
A connection handle to the remote host.
secondsToExpire
long
10
The number of seconds that the message may
travel within the e*Gate system before e*Gate
marks it as “expired.”
connect
Syntax
connect()
Description
connect establishes an IPMP connection with a remote host.
Type
Boolean
Parameters
None.
Return Values
Boolean
Returns true if the connection was established properly; otherwise, returns false.
Examples
// attempt to connect
result = mux.connect();
if (result == false)
System.out.println("Unable to connect");
disconnect
Syntax
disconnect()
Description
disconnect closes an IPMP connection.
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Type
Boolean
Parameters
None.
Return Values
Boolean
Returns true if the connection was broken properly; otherwise, returns false.
Examples
// close our connection
result = mux.disconnect();
if (result == false)
System.out.println("Unable to close");
System.exit(0);
getHost
Syntax
getHost()
Description
getHost returns the name of the current host as defined by the class file’s global
variable host. If no host name is defined, getHost returns a null string.
Type
java.lang.String
Parameters
None.
Return Values
java.lang.String
Returns a host name if one is defined; otherwise, returns a null string.
Examples
host = mux.getHost();
getPort
Syntax
getPort()
Description
getPort returns the TCP/IP port number defined by the class file’s global variable port.
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Type
long
Parameters
None.
Return Values
long
Returns a port number.
Examples
port = mux.getPort();
getResponse
Syntax
getResponse()
Description
getResponse polls the remote system and returns that system’s response.
Type
java.lang.String
Parameters
None.
Return Values
java.lang.String
Returns the remote system’s response. If no response is received or there is no
connection handle, returns a null string.
Examples
// retrieve our response
message = mux.getResponse();
getResponseBytes
Syntax
getResponseBytes()
Description
getResponseBytes polls the remote system and returns that system’s response. The
response is returned as a blob (unlike getResponse on page 561, which packages the
response as a string).
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Type
byte[]
Parameters
None.
Return Values
byte array
Returns the remote system’s response as a byte array. If no response is received or
there is no connection handle, returns a null string.
Examples
byte[] returnBytest = mux.getResponseByte();
getSecondsToExpire
Syntax
getSecondsToExpire()
Description
getSecondsToExpire returns the expiration time (in seconds) as defined by the class
file’s global variable secondsToExpire. See “Defaults” on page 558 for more
information.
Type
long
Parameters
None.
Return Values
long
Returns the expiration time (in seconds).
Examples
secondsToExpire = mux.getSecondsToExpire();
getSleepDuration
Syntax
getSleepDuration()
Description
getSleepDuration obtains the current internal sleep interval for MUX reply waiting.
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Type
long
Parameters
None.
Return Values
long
Returns the sleep interval (in milliseconds).
Examples
long sleepduration = mux.getSleepDuration();
getTimeout
Syntax
getTimeout()
Description
getTimeout returns the timeout period (in milliseconds) as defined by the class file’s
global variable timeOut. See “Defaults” on page 558 for more information.
Type
long
Parameters
None.
Return Values
long
Returns the timeout period (in milliseconds).
Examples
timeOut = mux.getTimeout();
sendMessage
Syntax
sendMessage(byte[] message_bytes)
Description
sendMessage sends the specified message to the remote host.
Type
Boolean
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Parameters
Name
message_bytes
Type
Description
byte[ ] or String
The message to send.
Return Values
Boolean
Returns true if a non-null message was sent successfully; otherwise, returns false.
Examples
message = new String("Hello");
result = mux.sendMessage(message);
if (result == false)
System.out.println("Message was not sent successfully");
else
System.out.println("Message was sent successfully");
setDebug
Syntax
setDebug(mode)
Description
setDebug controls the print capability for debugging messages to System.out.
By default, it is not enabled.
Type
void
Parameters
Name
mode
Type
boolean
Description
Set this to true to enable debugging methods.
The default, false, suppresses debugging.
Return Values
None.
Examples
mux.setDebug(true);
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setHost
Syntax
setHost(host_name)
Description
setHost sets the name of the remote host to the specified value.
Type
void
Parameters
Name
host_name
Type
String
Description
The new host name.
Return Values
None.
Examples
mux.setHost("localhost");
setPort
Syntax
setPort(port_number)
Description
setPort sets the TCP/IP port number to the specified value.
Type
void
Parameters
Name
port_number
Type
long
Description
The new port number.
Return Values
None.
Examples
mux.setPort(26051);
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setSecondsToExpire
Syntax
setSecondsToExpire(seconds)
Description
setSecondsToExpire sets the expiration time to the specified value. See “Defaults” on
page 558 for more information.
Type
void
Parameters
Name
seconds
Type
long
Description
The new expiration time.
Return Values
None.
Examples
mux.setSecondsToExpire(10);
setSleepDuration
Syntax
setSleepDuration(milliseconds)
Description
setSleepDuration changes the current internal sleep interval for MUX reply waiting.
Type
void
Parameters
Name
milliseconds
Type
Description
long
The time (in milliseconds) that MUX waits for
each phase of reply processing.
Return Values
None.
Examples
long sleepduration = mux.setSleepDuration(1000);
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setTimeout
Syntax
setTimeout(milliseconds)
Description
setTimeout sets the timeout to the specified value. See “Defaults” on page 558 for more
information.
Type
void
Parameters
Name
milliseconds
Type
long
Description
The new timeout.
Return Values
None.
Examples
mux.setTimeout(10000);
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com.stc.MUXPooler
com.stc.MUXPooler
The MUXPooler class operates between the multi-plexing e*Way and the external
application. The MUXPooler is opened with the configured number of connections
regardless of the number of connected applications. These connections are maintained
by the e*Way to improve performance (connection/disconnection overhead is
removed). The applications connected to the MUXPooler share these connections. If all
of the connections are occupied, when another application tries to connect to the
MUXPooler, a “Waiting for a free MUX” or “No MUX Available” message is produced.
8.5.1.
Constructors
The MUXPooler class has three Constructors for instantiating an object:
Вѓ public MUXPooler():Instantiates the object only. Each of the additional
attributes must be called individually.
ВЉ setHost on page 573
ВЉ setPort on page 574
ВЉ setTimeout on page 574
ВЉ setSecondsToExpire on page 574
Вѓ public MUXPooler(String host, int port, int
connectionCount,int timeout, int secondsToExpire): Instantiates
the object and sets the values of the specified attributes.
Вѓ public MUXPooler(String host, int port, int
connectionCount,int timeout, int secondsToExpire, boolean
debug):Instantiates the object and sets the values of the specified attributes.
Included in these attributes is the ability to print debugging code to System.out. By
default it is not enabled.
8.5.2.
Methods
This class will create a user-defined number of MUX (multiplexer) connections to
e*Gate and send/receive Events to e*Gate:
Вѓ connect on page 569
Вѓ disconnect on page 569
Вѓ disconnect on page 569
Вѓ getConnectionCount on page 570
Вѓ getHost on page 570
Вѓ getPort on page 571
Вѓ getSecondsToExpire on page 571
Вѓ getTimeout on page 571
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Вѓ resizeMUXPool on page 572
Вѓ sendBytes on page 572
Вѓ sendMessage on page 572
Вѓ setConnectionCount on page 573
Вѓ setHost on page 573
Вѓ setPort on page 574
Вѓ setSecondsToExpire on page 574
connect
Syntax
connect()
Description
connect opens a connection to the Participating Host that is running the MUX e*Way.
Parameters
None.
Return Values
Boolean
Returns true if the command executed successfully; otherwise, returns false.
disconnect
Syntax
disconnect()
Description
disconnect closes the connection to the Participating Host that is running the MUX
e*Way and waits for each connection to finish the associated transaction.
Parameters
None.
Return Values
Boolean
Returns true if the command executed successfully; otherwise, returns false.
disconnect
Syntax
disconnect(WaitOnMux)
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Description
disconnect disconnects all connections to the MUX e*Way.
Parameters
Name
WaitOnMux
Type
Boolean
Description
Determines whether to wait for current transactions to
complete before disconnecting.
Return Values
Boolean
Returns true if the command executed successfully; otherwise, returns false.
getConnectionCount
Syntax
getConnectionCount()
Description
getConnectionCount returns the number of MUX connections currently available.
Parameters
None.
Return Values
integer
Returns the total number of connections available within the MUXPooler. This
includes free, non-used connections as well as the occupied connections.
getHost
Syntax
getHost()
Description
getHost returns the host name.
Parameters
None.
Return Values
string
Returns the host name.
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getPort
Syntax
getPort()
Description
getPort returns the port number of the host machine.
Parameters
None.
Return Values
integer
Returns the port number.
getSecondsToExpire
Syntax
getSecondsToExpire()
Description
getSecondsToExpire returns the expiration time in seconds.
Parameters
None.
Return Values
integer
Returns the number of milliseconds.
getTimeout
Syntax
getTimeout()
Description
getTimeout returns the number of milliseconds to wait for a response before timeout.
Parameters
None.
Return Values
integer
Returns the number of milliseconds.
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resizeMUXPool
Syntax
resizeMUXPool(newSize)
Description
resizeMUXPool resizes the muxPool to the specified size.
Parameters
Name
newSize
Type
integer
Description
The number of connections of the muxPool
Return Values
Boolean
Returns true if the command executed successfully; otherwise, returns false.
Additional Information
resizeMUXPool is used to change the pool size at runtime (as necessary).
sendBytes
Syntax
sendBytes(bytes_array)
Description
sendBytes takes the message (Event) that is to be delivered into e*Gate, and returns
e*Gate’s response. A null string is returned if there is no response.
Parameters
Name
bytes_array
Type
byte array
Description
The message (Event) as a byte array
Return Values
byte array
Returns a byte array containing e*Gate’s response if available; otherwise, returns
null.
sendMessage
Syntax
sendMessage(message)
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Description
sendMessage takes the message (Event) that is to be delivered into e*Gate, and returns
e*Gate’s response. A null string is returned if there is no response.
Parameters
Name
message
Type
string
Description
The message (Event) to send
Return Values
string
Returns string containing e*Gate’s response; otherwise, returns null if there was no
response.
setConnectionCount
Syntax
setConnectionCount(count)
Description
setConnectionCount sets the number of MUX connections created.
Parameters
Name
count
Type
integer
Description
The number of MUX connections
Return Values
None.
Additional Information
setConnectionCount is used to initialize the Class.
setHost
Syntax
setHost(host)
Description
setHost specifies the host name with which to establish connection.
Parameters
Name
host
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Description
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Return Values
None.
setPort
Syntax
setPort(integer)
Description
setPort specifies the port number with which to establish connection.
Parameters
Name
port
Type
integer
Description
The port name.
Return Values
None.
setSecondsToExpire
Syntax
setSecondsToExpire(seconds)
Description
setSecondsToExpire sets the expiration time to the specified value.
Parameters
Name
seconds
Type
integer
Description
The number of seconds
Return Values
None.
setTimeout
Syntax
setTimeout(timeout)
Description
setTimeout sets the timeout to the specified value.
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Parameters
Name
timeout
Type
integer
Description
The number of seconds
Return Values
None.
8.6
Perl Subroutines
The e*Gate API Kit supports the following Perl extension subroutines:
Вѓ Connect on page 554
Вѓ LastErrorCode on page 555
Вѓ LastErrorText on page 555
Вѓ Multiplexer_Close on page 575
Вѓ Multiplexer_Close on page 575
Вѓ Multiplexer_Free on page 576
Вѓ Multiplexer_Init on page 576
Вѓ Multiplexer_Open on page 577
Вѓ Multiplexer_Send on page 578
Вѓ Multiplexer_ToString on page 578
Вѓ Multiplexer_Wait on page 579
Вѓ ReplyMessageAsArray on page 556
Вѓ Send on page 557
Вѓ Wait on page 557
Multiplexer_Close
Syntax
Multiplexer_Close(handle)
Description
Multiplexer_Close closes the connection on the specified handle.
Parameters
Name
handle
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Description
The handle returned by Multiplexer_Open.
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Return Values
integer
Returns 1 if the command executed successfully; otherwise, returns 0.
Example
$result = Multiplexer_Close($handle);
if(!$result)
{
print "Multiplexer_Close failed.\n";
}
Multiplexer_Free
Syntax
Multiplexer_Free(handle, message-pointer)
Description
Multiplexer_Free frees the memory associated with the message pointer.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
handle
handle
The handle returned by Multiplexer_Open.
message-pointer
pointer
The message pointer.
Return Values
integer
Returns 1 if the command executed successfully; otherwise, returns 0.
Examples
$message_ptr = Multiplexer_Wait($handle,$message_length,3000, 0, 0);
$result = Multiplexer_Free($handle, $message_ptr);
if(!$result)
{
print "Multiplexer_Free failed.\n";
}
Multiplexer_Init
Syntax
Multiplexer_Init(dll-path)
Description
Multiplexer_Init specifies the path that contains the e*Way’s library files. This function
is required in every Perl script that communicates with the Participating Host.
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Parameters
Name
dll-path
Type
string
Description
The path that contains the e*Way’s.dll files. The path
can be a relative or absolute path to the script that
calls the function.
Return Values
integer
Returns 1 if the command executed successfully; otherwise, returns 0.
Examples
# this is where stc_ewipmpclntperl.dll is located.
use lib ("xxx/xxx/xxx"); Where xxx represents your file location.
use CGI qw/:standard/;
use stc_ewipmpclntperl.dll;
# call Multiplexer_Init to define the dll path
Multiplexer_Init("xxx/xxx/xxx"); Where xxx represents your file
location.
Multiplexer_Open
Syntax
Multiplexer_Open(server-name, server-port, flags, reserved)
Description
Multiplexer_Open opens a connection to the Participating Host that is running the
IPMP e*Way.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
server-name
string
The name of the e*Gate Participating Host.
server-port
integer
The port through which to communicate with the
multiplexing e*Way. If this value is 0 (zero), the default
port 26051 is used.
flags
integer
Command flags. Always set to 0 (zero) unless directed
otherwise by SeeBeyond support personnel.
reserved
integer
Reserved for future SeeBeyond use. Always set to 0
(zero) unless directed otherwise by SeeBeyond
support personnel.
Return Values
Returns a connection handle.
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Examples
$handle = Multiplexer_Open(“server.mycompany.com”, 26051, 0, 0);
if(!$handle)
{ print "Multiplexer_Open failed.\n"; }
Multiplexer_Send
Syntax
Multiplexer_Send(handle, message-length, message,seconds-to-expire,
flags, reserved)
Description
Multiplexer_Send sends the specified message to the e*Gate Participating Host.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
handle
handle
The handle returned by Multiplexer_Open.
message-length
integer
The length of the message, in bytes.
message
string
The data to send to the e*Gate Participating Host.
seconds-to-expire
integer
The number of seconds after which the data within the
e*Gate system expires.
flags
integer
Command flags. Always set to 0 unless directed
otherwise by SeeBeyond support personnel.
reserved
integer
Reserved for future SeeBeyond use. Always set to 0
(zero) unless directed otherwise by SeeBeyond
support personnel.
Return Values
integer
Returns 1 if the command executed successfully; otherwise, returns 0.
Examples
$result = Multiplexer_Send($handle, $message_length,$message,0,0,0);
if(!$result)
{
print "STC_MUX::Multiplexer_Send failed.\n";
}
Multiplexer_ToString
Syntax
Multiplexer_ToString(message-pointer)
Description
Multiplexer_ToString returns the data associated with the specified message pointer as
a string.
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Parameters
Name
message-pointer
Type
pointer
Description
The pointer returned by Multiplexer_Wait.
Return Values
integer
Returns 1 if the command executed successfully; otherwise, returns 0.
Additional Notes
In the current implementation, the null character (“\0”) terminates a response message,
and any information that follows a null character is discarded when you use
Multiplexer_ToString to convert the response message to a string.
Examples
$message_received = Multiplexer_ToString($message_ptr);
$result = Multiplexer_Free($handle, $message_ptr);
if(!$result)
{
print "Multiplexer_Free failed.\n";
}
See LastErrorCode on page 555 for more information.
Multiplexer_Wait
Syntax
Multiplexer_Wait(handle, message-length,millsecond-timeout, flags,
reserved)
Description
Multiplexer_Wait causes the application to wait up to the specified number of
milliseconds for a message to be received.
Parameters
Name
Type
Description
handle
handle
The handle returned by Multiplexer_Open.
message-length
integer
The length of the message received, in bytes (assigned
as an output parameter).
millisecond-timeout
integer
The number of milliseconds to wait
flags
integer
Command flags. Always set to 0 (zero) unless directed
otherwise by SeeBeyond support personnel.
reserved
integer
Reserved for future SeeBeyond use. Always set to 0
(zero) unless directed otherwise by SeeBeyond
support personnel.
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Return Values
Returns a message pointer.
Examples
$message_ptr = Multiplexer_Wait($handle,$message_length,3000, 0, 0);
if(!$message_ptr)
{
print "Multiplexer_Wait failed.\n";
}
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A.1
Cobol API Return Codes
The following error codes have been created for the e*Gate API Kit’s Cobol support.
Error Code
Description
Programmer Response
3001
Get Host Name error.
Be sure that the host name and port number are
correct.
3002
Error on return from ezacic08.
Internal error. Call your system administrator.
3003
Something other than an
acknowledgment (ACK) was
received in response to a SEND.
Internal error. Call your system administrator.
3004
Timed out waiting for an ACK
after a SEND.
Increase the value of MUXAPI-hsecs-for-ack.
3005
Timed out waiting for a RECEIVE.
Increase the value of MUXAPI-hsecs-to-wait.
Note: The units for timeout values are
hundredths of a second. For example, to set the
timeout value to one second, pass the value 100.
A.2
Cobol Error Return Codes
The following return codes can be found in the IP CICS Sockets Guide Version 2 Release 8
and 9, OS/390 SecureWay Communications Server. As of the date of the creation of this
document, it can be downloaded from:
http://www-1.ibm.com/servers/s390/os390/bkserv/r10pdf/commserv.html
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Cobol Error Return Codes
TCP/IP for MVS Return Codes
Error
Number
Message Name
Socket Type
Error Description
Programmer’s
Response
1
EPERM
All
Permission is denied. No
owner exists.
Check that TCP/IP is still
active; Check the
protocol value of the
socket call.
1
EDOM
All
Argument is too large.
Check parameter values
of the function call.
2
ENOENT
All
The data set or directory was
not found.
Check files used by the
function call.
2
ERANGE
All
The result is too large.
Check parameter values
of the function call.
3
ESRCH
All
The process was not found. A
table entry was not located.
Check parameter values
and structures pointed
to by the function
parameters.
4
EINTR
All
A system call was
interrupted.
Check that the socket
connection and TCP/IP
are still active.
5
EIO
All
An I/O error occurred.
Check status and
contents of source
database if this occurred
during a file access.
6
ENXIO
All
The device or driver was not
found.
Check status of the
device attempting to
access.
7
E2BIG
All
The argument list is too long.
Check the number of
function parameters.
8
ENOEXEC
All
An EXEC format error
occurred.
Check that the target
module on an exec call is
a valid executable
module.
9
EBADF
All
An incorrect socket
descriptor was specified.
Check socket descriptor
value. It might be
currently not in use or
incorrect.
9
EBADF
Givesocket
The socket has already been
given. The socket domain is
not AF_INET.
Check the validity of
function parameters.
9
EBADF
Select
One of the specified
descriptor sets is an incorrect
socket descriptor.
Check the validity of
function parameters.
9
EBADF
Takesocket
The socket has already been
taken.
Check the validity of
function parameters.
10
ECHILD
All
There are no children.
Check if created
subtasks still exist.
11
EAGAIN
All
There are no more processes.
Retry the operation. Data
or condition might not
be available at this time.
12
ENOMEM
All
There is not enough storage.
Check validity of
function parameters.
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Error
Number
Message Name
Socket Type
Error Description
Programmer’s
Response
13
EACCES
All
Permission denied, caller not
authorized.
Check access authority
of file.
13
EACCES
Takesocket
The other application
(listener) did not give the
socket to your application.
Permission denied, caller not
authorized.
Check access authority
of file.
14
EFAULT
All
An incorrect storage address
or length was specified.
Check validity of
function parameters.
15
ENOTBLK
All
A block device is required.
Check device status and
characteristics.
16
EBUSY
All
Listen has already been
called for this socket. Device
or file to be accessed is busy.
Check if the device or
file is in use.
17
EEXIST
All
The data set exists.
Remove or rename
existing file.
18
EXDEV
All
This is a cross-device link. A
link to a file on another file
system was attempted.
Check file permissions.
19
ENODEV
All
The specified device does
not exist.
Check file name and if it
exists.
20
ENOTDIR
All
The specified device does
not exist.
Use a valid file that is a
directory.
21
EISDIR
All
The specified directory is a
directory.
Use a valid file that is not
a directory.
22
EINVAL
All types
An incorrect argument was
specified.
Check validity of
function parameters.
23
ENFILE
All
Data set table overflow
occurred.
Reduce the number of
open files.
24
EMFILE
All
The socket descriptor table is
full.
Check the maximum
sockets specified in
MAXDESC().
25
ENOTTY
All
An incorrect device call was
specified.
Check specified IOCTL()
values.
26
ETXTBSY
All
A text data set is busy.
Check the current use of
the file.
27
EFBIG
All
The specified data set is too
large.
Check size of accessed
dataset.
28
ENOSPC
All
There is no space left on the
device.
Increase the size of
accessed file.
29
ESPIPE
All
An incorrect seek was
attempted.
Check the offset
parameter for seek
operation.
30
EROFS
All
The data set system is Read
only.
Access data set for read
only operation.
31
EMLINK
All
There are too many links.
Reduce the number of
links to the accessed file.
32
EPIPE
All
The connection is broken.
For socket write/send, peer
has shutdown one or both
directions.
Reconnect with the peer.
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Error
Number
Message Name
Socket Type
Error Description
Programmer’s
Response
33
EDOM
All
The specified argument is too
large.
Check and correct
function parameters.
34
ERANGE
All
The result is too large.
Check parameter values.
35
EWOULDBLOCK
Accept
The socket is in nonblocking
mode and connections are
not queued. This is not an
error condition.
Reissue Accept( ).
35
EWOULDBLOCK
Read
Recvfrom
The socket is in nonblocking
mode and read data is not
available. This is not an error
condition.
Issue a select on the
socket to determine
when data is available to
be read or reissue the
Read( )/Recvfrom( ).
35
EWOULDBLOCK
Send
Sendto
Write
The socket is in nonblocking
mode and buffers are not
available.
Issue a select on the
socket to determine
when data is available to
be written or reissue the
Send( ), Sendto( ), or
Write( ).
36
EINPROGRESS
Connect
The socket is marked
nonblocking and the
connection cannot be
completed immediately. This
is not an error condition.
See the Connect( )
description for possible
responses.
37
EALREADY
Connect
The socket is marked
nonblocking and the
previous connection has not
been completed.
Reissue Connect( ).
37
EALREADY
Maxdesc
A socket has already been
created calling Maxdesc( ) or
multiple calls to Maxdesc( ).
Issue Getablesize( ) to
query it.
37
EALREADY
Setibmopt
A connection already exists
to a TCP/IP image. A call to
SETIBMOPT
(IBMTCP_IMAGE), has
already been made.
Only call Setibmopt( )
once.
38
ENOTSOCK
All
A socket operation was
requested on a nonsocket
connection. The value for
socket descriptor was not
valid.
Correct the socket
descriptor value and
reissue the function call.
39
EDESTADDRREQ
All
A destination address is
required.
Fill in the destination
field in the correct
parameter and reissue
the function call.
40
EMSGSIZE
Sendto
Sendmsg
Send
Write
The message is too long. It
exceeds the IP limit of 64K or
the limit set by the
setsockopt( ) call.
Either correct the length
parameter, or send the
message in smaller
pieces.
41
EPROTOTYPE
All
The specified protocol type is
incorrect for this socket.
Correct the protocol
type parameter.
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Message Name
Socket Type
Error Description
Programmer’s
Response
42
ENOPROTOOPT
Getsockopt
Setsockopt
The socket option specified
is incorrect or the level is not
SOL_SOCKET. Either the level
or the specified optname is
not supported.
Correct the level or
optname.
42
ENOPROTOOPT
Getibmsocket
opt
Setibmsocket
opt
Either the level or the
specified optname is not
supported.
Correct the level or
optname.
43
EPROTONOSUPPORT
Socket
The specified protocol is not
supported.
Correct the protocol
parameter.
44
ESOCKTNOSUPPORT
All
The specified socket type is
not supported.
Correct the socket type
parameter.
45
EOPNOTSUPP
Accept
Givesocket
The selected socket is not a
stream socket.
Use a valid socket.
45
EOPNOTSUPP
Listen
The socket does not support
the Listen call.
Change the type on the
Socket( ) call when the
socket was created.
Listen( ) only supports a
socket type of
SOCK_STREAM.
45
EOPNOTSUPP
Getibmopt
Setibmopt
The socket does not support
this function call. This
command is not supported
for this function.
Correct the command
parameter. See
Getibmopt( ) for valid
commands. Correct by
ensuing a Listen( ) was
not issued before the
Connect( ).
46
EPFNOSUPPORT
All
The specified protocol family
is not supported or the
specified domain for the
client identifier is not
AF_INET=2.
Correct the protocol
family.
47
EAFNOSUPPORT
Bind Connect
Socket
The specified address family
is not supported by this
protocol family.
For Socket( ), set the
domain parameter to
AF_INET. For Bind( ), and
Connect( ), set
Sin_Family in the socket
address structure to
AF_INET.
47
EAFNOSUPPORT
Getclient
Givesocket
The socket specified by the
socket descriptor parameter
was not created in the
AF_INET domain.
The Socket( ) call used to
create the socket should
be changed to use
AF_INET for the domain
parameter.
48
EADDRINUSE
Bind
The address is in a timed wait
because a LINGER delay from
a previous close or another
process is using the address.
If you want to reuse the
same address, use
Setsocketopt( ) with
SO_REUSEADDR. See
Setsockopt( ).
Otherwise, use a
different address or port
in the socket address
structure.
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Error
Number
Message Name
Socket Type
Error Description
Programmer’s
Response
49
EADDRNOTAVAIL
Bind
The specified address is
incorrect for this host.
Correct the function
address parameter.
49
EADDRNOTAVAIL
Connect
The calling host cannot reach
the specified destination.
Correct the function
address parameter.
50
ENETDOWN
All
The network is down.
Retry when the
connection path is up.
51
ENETUNREACH
Connect
The network cannot be
reached.
Ensure that the target
application is active.
52
ENETRESET
All
The network dropped a
connection on a reset.
Reestablish the
connection between the
applications.
53
ECONNABORTED
All
The software caused a
connection abend.
Reestablish the
connection between the
applications.
54
ECONNRESET
All
The connection to the
destination host is not
available.
54
ECONNRESET
Send Write
The connection to the
destination host is not
available.
The socket is closing.
Issue Send( ) or Write( )
before closing the
socket.
55
ENOBUFS
All
No buffer space is available.
Check the application
for massive storage
allocation call.
55
ENOBUFS
Accept
Not enough buffer space is
available to create the new
socket.
Call your system
administrator.
55
ENOBUFS
Send Sendto
Write
Not enough buffer space is
available to send the new
message.
Call your system
administrator.
56
EISCONN
Connect
The socket is already
connected.
Correct the socket
descriptor on Connect( )
or do not issue a
Connect( ) twice for the
socket.
57
ENOTCONN
All
The socket is not connected.
Connect the socket
before communicating.
58
ESHUTDOWN
All
A Send cannot be processed
after socket shutdown.
Issue read/receive
before shutting down
the read side of the
socket.
59
ETOOMANYREFS
All
There are too many
references. A splice cannot
be completed.
Call your system
administrator.
60
ETIMEDOUT
Connect
The connection timed out
before it was completed.
Ensure the server
application is available.
61
ECONNREFUSED
Connect
The requested connection
was refused.
Ensure server application
is available and at
specified port.
62
ELOOP
All
There are too many symbolic
loop levels.
Reduce symbolic links to
specified file.
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Error
Number
Message Name
Socket Type
Error Description
Programmer’s
Response
63
ENAMETOOLONG
All
The file name is too long.
Reduce size of specified
file name.
64
EHOSTDOWN
All
The host is down.
Restart specified host.
65
EHOSTUNREACH
All
There is no route to the host.
Set up network path to
specified host and verify
that host name is valid.
66
ENOTEMPTY
All
The directory is not empty.
Clear out specified
directory and reissue
call.
67
EPROCLIM
All
There are too many
processes in the system.
Decrease the number of
processes or increase
the process limit.
68
EUSERS
All
There are to many users on
the system.
Decrease the number of
users or increase the
user limit.
69
EDQUOT
All
The disk quota has been
exceeded.
Call your system
administrator.
70
ESTALE
All
An old NFS** data set handle
was found.
Call your system
administrator.
71
EREMOTE
All
There are too many levels of
remote in the path.
Call your system
administrator.
72
ENOSTR
All
The device is not a stream
device.
Call your system
administrator.
73
ETIME
All
The timer has expired.
Increase timer values or
reissue function.
74
ENOSR
All
There are no more stream
resources.
Call your system
administrator.
75
ENOMSG
All
There is no message of the
desired type.
Call your system
administrator.
76
EBADMSG
All
The system cannot read the
file message.
Verify that CS for OS/390
installation was
successful and that
message files were
properly loaded.
77
EIDRM
All
The identifier has been
removed.
Call your system
administrator.
78
EDEADLK
All
A deadlock condition has
occurred.
Call your system
administrator.
78
EDEADLK
Select
Selectex
None of the sockets in the
socket descriptor sets is
either AF_NET or AF_IUCV
sockets, and there is no
timeout or no ECB specified.
The select/selectex would
never complete.
Correct the socket
descriptor sets so that an
AF_NET or AF_IUCV
socket is specified. A
timeout of ECB value can
also be added to avoid
the select/selectex from
waiting indefinitely.
79
ENOLCK
All
No record locks are available.
Call your system
administrator.
80
ENONET
All
The requested machine is not
on the network.
Call your system
administrator.
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Number
Message Name
Socket Type
Error Description
Programmer’s
Response
81
ERREMOTE
All
The object is remote.
Call your system
administrator.
82
ENOLINK
all
The link has been severed.
Release the sockets and
re initialize the clientserver connection.
83
EADV
All
An ADVERTISE error has
occurred.
Call your system
administrator.
84
ESRMNT
All
An SRMOUNT error has
occurred.
Call your system
administrator.
85
ECOMM
All
A communication error has
occurred on a Send call.
Call your system
administrator.
86
EPROTO
All
A protocol error has
occurred.
Call your system
administrator.
87
EMULTIHOP
All
A multi hop address link was
attempted.
Call your system
administrator.
88
EDOTDOT
All
A cross-mount point was
detected. This is not an error.
Call your system
administrator.
89
EREMCHG
all
The remote address has
changed.
Call your system
administrator.
90
ECONNCLOSED
All
The connection was closed
by a peer.
Check that the peer is
running.
113
EBADF
All
Socket descriptor is not in
correct range. The maximum
number of socket descriptors
is set by MAXDESC( ). The
default range is 0 - 49.
Reissue function with
corrected socket
descriptor.
113
EBADF
Bind socket
The socket descriptor is
already being used.
Correct the socket
descriptor.
113
EBADF
Givesocket
The socket has already been
given. The socket domain is
not AF_INET.
Correct the socket
descriptor.
113
EBADF
Select
One of the specified
descriptor sets is an incorrect
socket descriptor.
Correct the socket
descriptor. Set on
Select( ) or Selectex( ).
113
EBADF
Takesocket
The socket has already been
taken.
Correct the socket
descriptor.
113
EBADF
Accept
A Listen( ) has not been
issued before the Accept( )
Issue Listen( ) before
Accept( ).
121
EINVAL
All
An incorrect argument was
specified.
Check and correct all
function parameters.
145
E2BIG
All
The argument list is too long.
Eliminate excessive
number of arguments.
156
EMVSINITIAL
All
Process initialization error.
Attempt to initialize
again.
1002
EIBMSOCKOUTOFRANGE
Socket
A socket number assigned by
the client interface code is
out of range.
check the socket
descriptor parameter.
1003
EIBMSOCKINUSE
Socket
A socket number assigned by
the client interface code is
already in use.
Use a different socket
descriptor.
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Cobol Error Return Codes
Message Name
Socket Type
Error Description
Programmer’s
Response
1004
EIBMIUCVERR
All
The request failed because of
an IUCV error. This error is
generated by the client stub
code.
Ensure IUCV/VMCF is
functional.
1008
EIBMCONFLICT
All
This request conflicts with a
request already queued on
the same socket.
Cancel the existing call
or wait for its completion
before reissuing this call.
1009
EIMBCANCELLED
All
The request was cancelled by
the CANCEL call.
Informational, no action
needed.
1011
EIBMBADTCPNAME
All
A TCP/IP name that is not
valid was detected.
Correct the name
specified in the
IBM_TCPIMAGE
structure.
1011
EIBMBADTCPNAME
Setibmopt
A TCP/IP name that is not
valid was detected.
Correct the name
specified in the
IBM_TCPIMAGE.
1011
EIBMBADTCPNAME
INITAPI
A TCP/IP name that is not
valid was detected.
Correct the name
specification the IDENT
option TCPNAME field.
1012
EIBMBADREQUESTCODE
All
A request code that is not
valid was detected.
Contact your system
administrator.
1013
EIBMBADCONNECTIONSTATE
All
A connection token that is
not valid was detected; bad
state.
Verify TCP/IP is active.
1014
EIBMUNAUTHORIZED CALLER
All
An unauthorized caller
specified an authorized
keyword.
Ensure user ID has
authority for the
specified operation.
1015
EIBMBADCONNECTIONMATCH
All
A connection token that is
not valid was detected. There
is no such connection.
Verify TCP/IP is active.
1016
EIBMTCPABEND
All
An abend occurred when
TCP/IP was processing this
request.
Verify that TCP/IP has
restarted.
1026
EIBMINVDELETE
All
Delete requestor did not
create the connection.
Delete the request from
the process that created
it.
1027
EIBMINVSOCKET
All
A connection token that is
not valid was detected. No
such socket exists.
Call your system
programmer.
1028
EIBMINVTCPCONNECTION
All
Connection terminated by
TCP/IP. The token was
invalidated by TCP/IP.
Reestablish the
connection to TCP/IP.
1032
EIBMCALLINPROGRESS
All
Another call was already in
progress.
Reissue after previous
call has completed.
1036
EIBMNOACTIVETCP
Getibmopt
No TCP/IP image was found.
Ensure TCP/IP is active.
1037
EIBMINVTSRBUSERDATA
All
The request control block
contained data that is not
valid.
check your function
parameters and call your
system programmer.
1038
EIBMINVUSERDATA
All
The request control block
contained user data that is
not valid.
Check your function
parameters and call your
system programmer.
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Error
Number
Message Name
Socket Type
Programmer’s
Response
Error Description
1040
EIBMSELECTEXPOST
SELECTEX
SELECTEX passed an ECB that
was already posted.
Check whether the
user’s ECB was already
posted.
2001
EINVALIDRXSOCKETCALL
REXX
A syntax error occurred in
the RXSOCKET parameter
list.
Correct the parameter
list passed to the REXX
socket call.
2002
ECONSOLEINTERRUPT
REXX
A console interrupt occurred.
Retry the task.
2003
ESUBTASKINVALID
REXX
The subtask ID is incorrect.
Correct the subtask ID
on the INITIALIZE call.
2004
ESUBTASKALREADYACTIVE
REXX
The subtask is already active.
Only issue the
INITIALIZE call once in
your program.
2005
ESUBTASKALNOTACTIVE
REXX
The subtask is not active.
Issue the INITIALIZE call
before any other socket
call.
2006
ESOCKETNOTALLOCATED
REXX
The specified socket could
not be allocated.
Increase the user storage
allocation for this job.
2007
EMAXSOCKETSREACHED
REXX
The maximum number of
sockets has been reached.
Increase the number of
allocate sockets, or
decrease the number of
sockets used by your
program.
2009
ESOCKETNOTDEFINED
REXX
The socket is not defined.
Issue the SOCKET call
before the call that fails.
2011
EDOMAINSERVERFAILURE
REXX
A Domain Name Server
failure occurred.
Call your MVS system
programmer.
2012
EINVALIDNAME
REXX
An incorrect name was
received from the TCP/IP
server.
Call your MVS system
programmer.
2013
EINVALIDCLIENTID
REXX
An incorrect clientid was
received from the TCP/IP
server.
Call your MVS server.
2014
EINVALIDFILENAME
REXX
An error occurred during
NUCEXT processing.
Specify the correct
translation table file
name, or verify that the
translation table is valid.
2016
EHOSTNOTFOUND
REXX
The host is not found.
Call your MVS system
programmer.
2017
EIPADDRNOTFOUND
REXX
Address not found.
Call your MVS system
programmer.
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Sockets Extended Return Codes
Error Code
Problem Description
System Action
Programmer’s Response
10100
An ESTATE macro did not
complete normally.
End the call.
Call your MVS system
programmer.
10101
A STORAGE OBTAIN failed.
End the call.
Increase MVS storage in the
application’s address space.
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Problem Description
System Action
Programmer’s Response
10108
The first call from TCP/IP was
not INITAPI or TAKESOCKET.
End the call.
Change the first TCP/IP call
to INITAPI or TAKESOCKET.
10110
LOAD of EZBSOH03 (alias
EZASOH03) failed.
End the call.
Call the IBM Software
Support Center.
10154
Errors were found in the
parameter list for an IOCTL
call.
Disable the subtask for
interrupts. Return an error
code to the caller.
Correct the IOCTL call. You
might have incorrect
sequencing of socket calls.
10155
The length parameter for an
IOCTL call is 3200 (32 x 100).
Disable the subtask for
interrupts. Return an error
code to the caller.
Correct the IOCTL call. You
might have incorrect
sequencing of socket calls.
10159
A zero or negative data
length was specified for a
READ or READV call.
Disable the subtask for
interrupts. Return an error
code to the caller.
Correct the length in the
READ call.
10161
The REQARG parameter in
the IOCTL parameter list is
zero.
End the call.
Correct the program.
10163
A 0 or negative data length
was found for a RECV,
RECVFROM, or RECVMSG
call.
Disable the subtask for
interrupts. Sever the DLC
path. Return an error code to
the caller.
Correct the data length.
10167
The descriptor set size for
SELECT or SELECTEX call is
less than or equal to zero.
Disable the subtask for
interrupts. Return an error
code to the caller.
Correct the SELECT or
SELECTEX call. You might
have incorrect sequencing
of socket calls.
10168
The descriptor set size in
bytes for a SELECT or
SELECTEX call is greater than
252. A number greater than
the maximum number of
allowed sockets (2000 is
maximum) has been
specified.
Disable the subtask for
interrupts. Return an error
code to the caller.
Correct the descriptor set
size.
10170
A zero or negative data
length was found for a SEND
or SENDMSG call.
Disable the subtask for
interrupts. Return an error
code to the caller.
Correct the data length in
the SEND call.
10174
A zero or negative data
length was found for a
SENDTO call.
Disable the subtask for
interrupts. Return an error
code to the caller.
correct the data length in the
SENDTO call.
10178
The SETSOCKOPT option
length is less than the
minimum length.
Disable the subtask for
interrupts. Return an error
code to the caller.
Correct the OPTLEN
parameter.
10179
The SETSOCKOPT option
length is greater than the
maximum length.
Disable the subtask for
interrupts. Return an error
code to the caller.
Correct the OPTLEN
parameter.
10184
A data length of zero was
specified for a WRITE call.
Disable the subtask for
interrupts. Return an error
code to the caller.
Correct the data length in
the WRITE call.
10186
A negative data length was
specified for a WRITE or
WRITEV call.
Disable the subtask for
interrupts. Return an error
code to the caller.
Correct the data length in
the WRITE call.
10190
The GETHOSTNAME option
length is less than 24 or
greater than the maximum
length.
Disable the subtask for
interrupts. Return an error
code to the caller.
Correct the length
parameter.
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Problem Description
System Action
Programmer’s Response
10193
The GETSOCKOPT option
length is less than the
minimum or greater than the
maximum length.
End the call.
Correct the length
parameter.
10197
The application issued an
INITAPI call after the
connection was already
established.
Bypass the call.
Correct the logic that
produces the INITAPI call
that is not valid.
10198
The maximum number of
sockets specified for an
INITAPI exceeds 2000.
Return to the user.
Correct the INITAPI call.
10200
The first call issued was not a
valid first call.
End the call.
For a list of valid first calls,
refer to the section on
special considerations in the
chapter on general
programming.
10202
The RETARG parameter in
the IOCTL call is zero.
End the call.
Correct the parameter list.
You might have incorrect
sequencing of socket calls.
10203
The requested socket
number is a negative value.
End the call.
Correct the requested
socket number.
10205
The requested socket
number is a negative value.
End the call.
Correct the requested
socket number.
10208
the NAMELEN parameter for
a GETHOSTYNAME call was
not specified.
End the call.
Correct the NAMELEN
parameter. You might have
incorrect sequencing of
socket calls.
10209
The NAME parameter on a
GETHOSTBYNAME call was
not specified.
End the call.
Correct the NAME
parameter. You might have
incorrect sequencing of
socket calls.
10210
The HOSTENT parameter on
a GETHOSTBYNAME call was
not specified.
End the call.
Correct the HOSTENT
parameter. You might have
incorrect sequencing of
socket calls.
10211
The HOSTADDR parameter
on a GETHOSTBYNAME or
GETHOSTBYADDR call is
incorrect.
End the call.
Correct the HOSTENT
parameter. You might have
incorrect sequencing of
socket calls.
10212
The resolver program failed
to load correctly for
GETHOSTBYNAME or
GETHOSTBYADDR call.
End the call.
Check the JOBLIB, STEPLIB,
and link lib datasets and
rerun the program.
10213
Not enough storage is
available to allocate the
HOSTENT structure.
End the call.
Increase the use storage
allocation for this job.
10214
The HOSTENT structure was
not returned by the resolver
program.
End the call.
Ensure that the domain
name server is available. This
can be a non error condition
indicating that the name or
address specified in a
GETHOSTBYADDR or
GETHOSTBYNAME call
could not be matched.
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Error Code
Problem Description
System Action
Programmer’s Response
10215
The APITYPE parameter on
an INITAPI call instruction
was not 2 or 3.
End the call.
Correct the APITYPE
parameter.
10218
The application
programming interface (API)
cannot locate the specified
TCP/IP.
End the call.
Ensure that an API that
supports the performance
improvements related to
CPU conservation is
installed on the system and
verify that a valid TCP/IP
name was specified on the
INITAPI call. This error call
might also mean that
EZASOKIN could not be
loaded.
10219
The NS parameter is greater
than the maximum socket
for this connection.
End the call.
Correct the NS parameter on
the ACCEPT, SOCKET or
TAKESOCKET call.
10221
The AF parameter of a
SOCKET call is not AF_INET.
End the call.
Set the AF parameter equal
of AF_INET.
10222
the SOCTYPE parameter of a
SOCKET call must be stream,
datagram, or raw (1, 2, or 3).
End the call.
Correct the SOCTYPE
parameter.
10223
No ASYNC parameter
specified for INITAPI with
APITYPE=3 call.
End the call.
Add the ASYNC parameter
to the INITAPI call.
10224
The IOVCNT parameter is
less than or equal to zero,
for a READV, RECVMSG,
SENDMSG, or WRITEV call.
End the call.
correct the IOVCNT
parameter.
10225
The IOVCNT parameter is
greater than 120, for a
READV, RECVMSG,
SENDMSG, or WRITEV call.
End the call.
Correct the IOVCNT
parameter.
10226
Invalid COMMAND
parameter specified for a
GETIBMOPT call.
End the call.
Correct the IOVCNT
parameter.
10229
A call was issued on an
APITYPE=3 connection
without an ECB or REQAREA
parameter.
End the call.
Add an ECB or REQAREA
parameter to the call.
10300
Termination is in progress
for either the CICS
transaction or the sockets
interface.
End the call.
None.
10331
A call that is not valid was
issued while in SRB mode.
End the call.
Get out of SRB mode and
reissue the call.
10332
A SELECT call is invoked with
a MAXSOC value greater
than that which was
returned in the INITAPI
function (MAXSNO field).
End the call.
Correct the MAXSOC
parameter and reissue the
call.
10999
An abend has occurred in
the subtask.
Write message EZY1282E to
the system console. End the
subtask and post the TRUE
ECB.
If the call is correct, call your
system programmer.
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Error Code
Problem Description
System Action
Programmer’s Response
20000
An unknown function code
was found in the call.
End the call.
Correct the SOCFUNCTION parameter.
20001
The call passed an incorrect
number of parameters.
End the call.
Correct the parameter list.
20002
The CICS Sockets Interface
is not in operation.
End the call.
Start the CICS Sockets
Interface before executing
this call.
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ClearProperties 354
ConnectionClose 388
ConnectionCreateSession 390
ConnectionCreateTopicSession 390
ConnectionGetClientID 388
ConnectionSetClientID 388
ConnectionStart 389
ConnectionStop 389
CreateQueueConnection 387, 490
CreateQueueConnectionFactory 386
CreateQueueRequestor 435
CreateTopicConnection 403
CreateTopicConnectionFactory 403
CreateTopicRequestor 433
DeleteDestination 405
DeleteMessage 443
DeleteQueueConnection 438
DeleteQueueConnectionFactory 438
DeleteQueueReceiver 439
DeleteQueueRequestor 439
DeleteQueueSender 439
DeleteQueueSession 440
DeleteTopicConnection 441
DeleteTopicConnectionFactory 440
DeleteTopicPublisher 442
DeleteTopicRequestor 442
DeleteTopicSession 441
DeleteTopicSubscriber 441
DeleteWString 444
DeleteWStringList 445
DestinationToString 405
GetBooleanProperty 355
GetByteProperty 356
GetDestinationName 404
GetDoubleProperty 356
GetFloatProperty 357
GetIntProperty 357
GetJMS_ProducerID 447
GetJMSCorrelationID 363
GetJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes 363
GetJMSDeliveryMode 364
GetJMSExpiration 364
GetJMSMessageID 365
GetJMSPriority 365
GetJMSRedelivered 366
GetJMSReplyTo 366
GetJMSTimestamp 367
GetJMSType 367
GetLongProperty 358
GetMessageType 372
GetPropertyName 445
GetShortProperty 358
GetStringProperty 359
GetText 385
Index
A
Acknowledge
C function for JMS 353
acknowledge
C ++ function for JMS 450
C++ function for JMS 450
C++ functions for JMS 450
Acknowledge Method 283, 291, 299, 315, 323
ActiveX APIs for MUX
Connect 554
Disconnect 554
LastErrorCode 555
LastErrorText 555
ReplyMessageAsArray 556
ReplyMessageAsString 556
ReplyMessageSize 556
Send 557
Wait 557
ActiveX control
Class ID 558
in Visual Basic applications 540
AutoAcknowledge mode 350
B
bytesMessage
C++ function for JMS 486
BytesMessage Object 283
BytesMessage Property 301, 324
C
C API for JMS 346
(diagrammed) 347
C APIs for MUX
EWIPMP_Close 544
EWIPMP_Free 545
EWIPMP_Open 546
EWIPMP_Send 547
EWIPMP_Wait 547
C functions for JMS
Acknowledge 353
CharToWString 443
ClearBody 354
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PropertyExists 355
QueueReceiverClose 406
QueueReceiverGetMessageSelector 407
QueueReceiverGetQueue 408
QueueReceiverReceive 407
QueueReceiverReceiveNoWait 408
QueueReceiverReceiveTimeout 408
QueueRequestorClose 436
QueueRequestorRequest 436
QueueRequestorRequestTimeout 437
QueueSenderClose 413
QueueSenderGetDeliveryMode 414, 496
QueueSenderGetDisableMessageID 414
QueueSenderGetDisableMessageTimestamp
415
QueueSenderGetJMS_ProducerID 415
QueueSenderGetPriority 415
QueueSenderGetQueue 416
QueueSenderGetTimeToLive 416
QueueSenderSend 417
QueueSenderSendEx 417
QueueSenderSendToQueue 418
QueueSenderSendToQueueEx 419
QueueSenderSetDeliveryMode 420
QueueSenderSetDisableMessageID 420
QueueSenderSetDisableMessageTimestamp 421
QueueSenderSetJMS_ProducerID 421
QueueSenderSetPriority 422
QueueSenderSetTimeToLive 422
QueueSessionClose 392
QueueSessionCreateQueue 395
ReadBoolean 374
ReadByte 374
ReadBytes 375, 447
ReadChar 375
ReadDouble 376
ReadFloat 376
ReadInt 377
ReadLong 377
ReadShort 377
ReadUnsignedByte 378
ReadUnsignedShort 378
ReadUTF 379
Reset 379
SessionCommit 392
SessionCreateBytesMessage 394
SessionCreateDurableSubscriber 398
SessionCreateDurableSubscriberMessageSelecto
r 399
SessionCreatePublisher 399
SessionCreateReceiveMessageSelector 396
SessionCreateReceiver 396
SessionCreateSender 397
SessionCreateSubscriber 400
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SessionCreateSubscriberMessageSelector 400
SessionCreateTemporary 397
SessionCreateTextMessage 394
SessionCreateTextMessageEx 395
SessionGetTransacted 393
SessionRecover 393
SessionRollback 393
SessionUnsubscribe 402
SetBooleanProperty 359
SetByteProperty 360
SetDestinationName 405
SetDoubleProperty 360
SetFloatProperty 361
SetIntProperty 361
SetJMS_ProducerID 447
SetJMSCorrelationID 368
SetJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes 368
SetJMSDeliveryMode 369
SetJMSExpiration 369
SetJMSMessageID 369
SetJMSPriority 370
SetJMSRedelivered 370
SetJMSReplyTo 371
SetJMSTimestamp 371
SetJMSType 372
SetLongProperty 362
SetShortProperty 362
SetStringProperty 363
SetText 386
TopicPublisherClose 423
TopicPublisherGetDeliveryMode 424
TopicPublisherGetDisableMessageID 424
TopicPublisherGetDisableMessageTimestamp
425
TopicPublisherGetJMS_ProducerID 425
TopicPublisherGetPriority 425
TopicPublisherGetTimeToLive 426
TopicPublisherGetTopic 426
TopicPublisherPublish 427
TopicPublisherPublishEx 427
TopicPublisherPublishToTopic 428, 507
TopicPublisherPublishToTopicEx 429
TopicPublisherSetDeliveryMode 429
TopicPublisherSetDisableMessageID 430
TopicPublisherSetDisableMessageTimestamp
430
TopicPublisherSetJMS_ProducerID 431
TopicPublisherSetPriority 431
TopicPublisherSetTimeToLive 432
TopicRequestorClose 434
TopicRequestorRequest 433
TopicRequestorRequestTimeout 434
TopicSessionCreateTemporaryTopic 401
TopicSessionCreateTopic 402
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Request Reply IP Port 532
Connect
ActiveX API for MUX 554
connect
Java method for MUXPooler 569
connection handle, subroutine to return 577
Connection MetaData Object 291
ConnectionClose
C function for JMS 388
ConnectionCreateSession
C function for JMS 390
ConnectionCreateTopicSession
C function for JMS 390
ConnectionFactory Object 291
ConnectionGetClientID
C function for JMS 388
ConnectionSetClientID
C function for JMS 388
ConnectionStart
C function for JMS 389
ConnectionStop
C function for JMS 389
CorrelationID Property 288, 297, 301, 320, 324
CorrelationIDAsBytes Property 288, 297, 301, 320,
324
Create 189, 190, 308, 331
CreateBytesMessage Method 313, 332, 340, 344
createDurableSubscriber
C++ function for JMS 511, 512
CreateDurableSubscriber Method 332
CreateMapMessage Method 313, 332, 340, 344
CreateMessage Method 311, 314, 332, 338, 340, 344
createPublisher
C++ function for JMS 512
CreatePublisher Method 332
createQueue
C++ function for JMS 509
CreateQueueConnection
C function for JMS 387, 490
createQueueConnection
C++ function for JMS 490
CreateQueueConnectionFactory
C function for JMS 386
CreateQueueRequestor
C function for JMS 435
createQueueSession
C++ function for JMS 484
createReceiver
C++ function for JMS 509
createSender
C++ function for JMS 510
CreateStreamMessage 314
CreateStreamMessage Method 333, 340, 344
createSubscriber
TopicSubscriberClose 409
TopicSubscriberGetMessageSelector 410
TopicSubscriberGetNoLocal 410
TopicSubscriberGetTopic 411
TopicSubscriberReceive 411
TopicSubscriberReceiveNoWait 412
TopicSubscriberReceiveTimeout 411
WriteBoolean 380
WriteByte 380
WriteBytes 381, 447
WriteBytesEx 381
WriteChar 382
WriteDouble 382
WriteFloat 383
WriteInt 383
WriteLong 383
WriteShort 384
WriteUTF 384
WStringToChar 444
C++ functions for JMS
acknowledge 450
readDouble 475
CharToWString
C function for JMS 443
Class ID, ActiveX control 558
ClearBody
C function for JMS 354
clearBody
C++ functions for JMS 450
ClearBody Method 283, 292, 300, 315, 323
ClearProperties
C function for JMS 354
clearProperties
C++ function for JMS 451
ClearProperties Method 283, 292, 300, 315, 323
ClientAcknowledge mode 350
ClientID Property 328, 342
Close
COBOL API for MUX 553
close
C++ function for JMS 483, 485, 488, 496
Close Method 302, 335
COBOL APIs for MUX
Close 553
Open 549
Receive 551
Send 550
commit
C++ function for JMS 485, 517
commit (transaction operation)
defined 350
Commit Method 313, 331, 340, 344
Configuration parameters
Push IP Port 532
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C++ function for JMS 513
CreateSubscriber Method 333
createTemporaryQueue
C++ function for JMS 510
createTemporaryTopic
C++ function for JMS 514
CreateTemporaryTopic Method 333
createTextMessage
C++ function for JMS 487
CreateTextMessage Method 314, 333, 340, 344
createTopic
C++ function for JMS 514
CreateTopic Method 333
CreateTopicConnection
C function for JMS 403
CreateTopicConnection Method 328, 343
CreateTopicConnectionFactory
C function for JMS 403
createTopicConnectionFactory
C++ function for JMS 491
CreateTopicRequestor
C function for JMS 433
createTopicSession
C++ function for JMS 488
CreateTopicSession Method 327, 341, 488
CreateXATopicConnection Method 343
DeleteTopicRequestor
C function for JMS 442
DeleteTopicSession
C function for JMS 441
DeleteTopicSubscriber
C function for JMS 441
DeleteWString
C function for JMS 444
DeleteWStringList
C function for JMS 445
delimited data, handling in ETDs 538
DeliveryMode Property 288, 298, 304, 320, 329
Destination Property 289, 298, 301, 320, 325
DestinationToString
C function for JMS 405
DisableMessageID Property 304, 330
DisableMessageTimes Property 304
DisableMessageTimestamp Property 330
Disconnect
ActiveX API for MUX 554
disconnect
Java method for MUX 559
Java method for MUXPooler 569
DupsOKAcknowledge mode 350
D
end
C++ function for JMS 520
ETDs, sample 538
Event Type Definitions, sample 538
EWIPMP_Close function 544
EWIPMP_Free function 545
EWIPMP_Open function 546
EWIPMP_Send function 547
EWIPMP_Wait function 547
Expiration Property 289, 298, 301, 321, 325
E
Delete
C++ function for JMS 494, 495
Delete Method 322
DeleteDestination
C function for JMS 405
DeleteMessage
C function for JMS 443
DeleteQueueConnection
C function for JMS 438
DeleteQueueConnectionFactory
C function for JMS 438
DeleteQueueReceiver
C function for JMS 439
DeleteQueueRequestor
C function for JMS 439
DeleteQueueSender
C function for JMS 439
DeleteQueueSession
C function for JMS 440
DeleteTopicConnection
C function for JMS 441
DeleteTopicConnectionFactory
C function for JMS 440
DeleteTopicPublisher
C function for JMS 442
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G
GetBoolean Method 292
GetBooleanProperty
C function for JMS 355
getBooleanProperty
C++ function for JMS 451, 459
getBranchQualifier
C++ function for JMS 515
GetByte Method 292
GetByteProperty
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C++ function for JMS 466
GetJMSExpiration
C function for JMS 364
getJMSExpiration
C++ function for JMS 467
GetJMSMessageID
C function for JMS 365
getJMSMessageID
C++ function for JMS 467
GetJMSPriority
C function for JMS 365
getJMSPriority
C++ function for JMS 467
GetJMSRedelivered
C function for JMS 366
getJMSRedelivered
C++ function for JMS 468
GetJMSReplyTo
C function for JMS 366
getJMSReplyTo
C++ function for JMS 468
GetJMSTimestamp
C function for JMS 367
getJMSTimestamp
C++ function for JMS 468
GetJMSType
C function for JMS 367
getJMSType
C++ function for JMS 468
GetLong Method 293
GetLongProperty
C function for JMS 358
getLongProperty
C++ function for JMS 453, 461
GetMessageType
C function for JMS 372
GetObject Method 293
getPort
Java method for MUX 560
Java method for MUXPooler 571
getPriority
C++ function for JMS 497
GetProperty 294
GetProperty Method 283, 300
GetProperty Methods 323
GetPropertyName
C function for JMS 445
getPropertyName
C++ function for JMS 454
getQueueName
C++ function for JMS 493
getResponse
Java method for MUX 561
getResponseBytes
C function for JMS 356
getByteProperty
C++ function for JMS 452, 459
GetBytes Methods 292
GetChar Property 292
getClientID
C++ function for JMS 483, 489
getConnectionCount
Java method for MUXPooler 570
GetDestinationName
C function for JMS 404
getDisableMessageID
C++ function for JMS 496
getDisableMessageTimestamp
C++ function for JMS 496
GetDouble Method 293
GetDoubleProperty
C function for JMS 356
getDoubleProperty
C++ function for JMS 452, 460
getExceptionListener
C++ function for JMS 490
GetFloat Method 293
GetFloatProperty
C function for JMS 357
getFloatProperty
C++ function for JMS 452, 460
getFormatId
C++ function for JMS 515
getGlobalTransactionId
C++ function for JMS 516
getHost
Java method for MUX 560
Java method for MUXPooler 570
GetInt Method 293
GetIntProperty
C function for JMS 357
getIntProperty
C++ function for JMS 453, 460
GetJMS_ProducerID
C function for JMS 447
getJMS_ProducerID
C++ function for JMS 497
GetJMSCorrelationID
C function for JMS 363
getJMSCorrelationID
C++ function for JMS 466
GetJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes
C function for JMS 363
getJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes
C++ function for JMS 466
GetJMSDeliveryMode
C function for JMS 364
getJMSDeliveryMode
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disconnect 559
getHost 560
getPort 560
getResponse 561
getResponseBytes 561
getSecondsToExpire 562
getSleepDuration 562
getTimeout 563
sendMessage 563
setDebug 564
setHost 565
setPort 565
setSecondsToExpire 566
setSleepDuration 566
setTimeout 567
Java methods for MUXPooler
connect 569
disconnect 569
getConnectionCount 570
getHost 570
getPort 571
getSecondsToExpire 571
getTimeout 571
resizeMUXPool 572
sendBytes 572
sendMessage 572
setConnectionCount 573
setHost 573
setPort 574
setSecondsToExpire 574
setTimeout 574
JMS
C API for 346
(diagrammed) 347
JMS API in C
(diagram of object model) 347
constants for 348, 351
destructor functions for 437
differences with Java API 447
error codes and messages for 446
helper interfaces for
WString 443
WStringList 445
interfaces for
(listed) 351
BytesMessage 373
Destination 404
Message 352
Message, extended 372
QueueConnection 387
QueueConnectionFactory 386
QueueReceiver 406
QueueRequestor 435
QueueSender 412
Java method for MUX 561
getSecondsToExpire
Java method for MUX 562
Java method for MUXPooler 571
GetShort Method 294
GetShortProperty
C function for JMS 358
getShortProperty
C++ function for JMS 454, 462
getSleepDuration
Java method for MUX 562
GetStringProperty
C function for JMS 359
getStringProperty
C++ function for JMS 454, 462
GetText
C function for JMS 385
getText
C++ function for JMS 481
getTimeout
Java method for MUX 563
Java method for MUXPooler 571
getTimeToLive
C++ function for JMS 497
getTopicName
C++ function for JMS 494
getTransacted
C++ function for JMS 486
getTransactionTimeout
C++ function for JMS 518
H
handle, subroutine to return 577
header, in Collaboration Rules 538
HostName Property 328, 343
I
installation
files/directories created 36
Windows 34
Installing
UNIX 35
Windows 34
Instance ID, MUX 533
isSameRM
C++ function for JMS 519
ItemExists Method 294
J
Java methods for MUX
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Type 290, 299
ClearMessage Object Methods
ClearProperties 292
Connection Object Methods
Start 290
Stop 290
ConnectionFactory Object Properties
Port 291
MapMessage Object Methods
Acknowledge 291
ClearBody 292
GetBoolean 292
GetByte 292
GetBytes 292
GetChar 292
GetDouble 293
GetFloat 293
GetInt 293
GetLong 293
GetObject 293
GetProperty 294
GetShort 294
ItemExists 294
PropertyExists 294
SetBoolean 295
SetByte 295
SetBytes 295
SetChar 295
SetDouble 296
SetFloat 296
SetInt 296
SetLong 296
SetObject 296
SetProperty 297
SetShort 297
SetString 297
MapMessage Object Properties
DeliveryMode 298
Destination 298
MapNames 298
MessageID 298
Priority 299
Redelivered 299
Message Consumer Object Methods
Close 302
Message Object Methods
Acknowledge 299
ClearBody 300
ClearProperties 300
GetProperty 300
PropertyExists 300
SetProperty 300
Message Object Properties
CorrelationID 301
QueueSession 391
TextMessage 385
TopicConnectionFactory 403
TopicPublisher 423, 504
TopicRequestor 433
TopicSubscriber 409
structures for 348
JMS COM APIs
Session Object Properties
MessageListener 314, 341
JMS COM+ APIs
BytesMessage Object
ReadUnsignedShort Method 285
BytesMessage Object Methods
Acknowledge 283
ClearBody 283
ClearProperties 283
GetProperty 283
PropertyExists 284, 315
ReadBoolean 284
ReadByte 284
ReadBytes 284
ReadChar 284
ReadDouble 284
ReadFloat 284
ReadInt 285
ReadLong 285
ReadShort 285
ReadUnsignedByte 285
ReadUTF 285
Reset 285
SetBooleanProperty 285
WriteBoolean 286
WriteByte 286, 318
WriteBytes 286
WriteChar 286
WriteDouble 287
WriteFloat 287
WriteInt 287
WriteLong 287
WriteObject 287
WriteShort 288
WriteUTF 288
BytesMessage Object Properties
CorrelationID 288, 297
CorrelationIDAsBytes 288, 297
DeliveryMode 288, 320
Destination 289
Expiration 289, 298
MessageID 289, 321, 325
Priority 289, 325
Redelivered 289
ReplyTo 289, 299
Timestamp 290, 299
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ReadShort 317
ReadString 317
SetProperty 317
WriteBoolean 317
WriteBytes 318
WriteChar 318
WriteDouble 318
WriteFloat 319
WriteInt 319
WriteLong 319
WriteObject 319
WriteShort 319
WriteString 319
StreamMessage Object Properties
CorrelationID 320
CorrelationIDAsBytes 320
Destination 320
Expiration 321
Priority 321
Redelivered 321
ReplyTo 321
Timestamp 321
Type 322
TemporaryTopic Object Methods
Delete 322
ToString 322, 323
TemporaryTopic Object Properties
TopicName 323
TextMessage Object Methods
Acknowledge 323
ClearBody 323
ClearProperties 323
GetProperty 323
PropertyExists 324
SetProperty 324
TextMessage Object Properties
CorrelationID 324
CorrelationIDAsBytes 324
DeliveryMode 324
Destination 325
Expiration 325
Redelivered 326
ReplyTo 326
Timestamp 326
Type 326
Topic Object Methods
ToString 327
Topic Object Properties
TopicName 327
TopicConnection Object Methods
CreateTopicSession 327
Start 327
Stop 328
TopicConnection Object Properties
CorrelationIDAsBytes 301
DeliveryMode 301
Destination 301
Expiration 301
MessageID 302
Priority 302
Redelivered 302
ReplyTo 302
Timestamp 302
Type 302
MessageConsumer Object Method
ReceiveNoWait 303
MessageConsumer Object Methods
ReceiveMessage 303
MessageConsumer Object Properties
MessageListener 303
MessageSelector 303
MessageProducer Object Properties
DeliveryMode 304
DisableMessageID 304
DisableMessageTimes 304
Queue Object Methods
ToString 305
Queue Object Properties
QueueName 305
QueueRequestor Object Methods
Create 308
Request 190, 309
Session Object Methods
Commit 313
CreateBytesMessage 313
CreateMapMessage 313, 332
CreateMessage 311, 314, 338
CreateTextMessage 314
Recover 314
Rollback 314
Run 314
Session Object Properties
Transacted 315
SteamMessage Object Methods
Reset 317
StreamMessage Object Methods
Acknowledge 315
ClearBody 315
ClearProperties 315
ReadBoolean 316
ReadByte 316
ReadBytes 316
ReadChar 316
ReadDouble 316
ReadFloat 316
ReadInt 317
ReadLong 317
ReadObject 317
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CreateTextMessage 340
Recover 341
Rollback 341
Run 341
XASession Object Properties
Transacted 341
XATopicConnection Object Methods
CreateTopicSession 341, 488
Start 342
Stop 342
XATopicConnection Object Properties
ClientID 342
MetaData 342
XATopicConnectionFactory Object Methods
CreateTopicConnection 343
CreateXATopicConnection 343
XATopicConnectionFactory Object Properties
PortOffset 343
XATopicSession Object Methods
Commit 344
CreateBytesMessage 344
CreateMapMessage 344
CreateMessage 344
CreateStreamMessage 344
Recover 344
Rollback 345
XATopicSession Object Properties
MessageListener 345
TopicSession 345
Transacted 345
JNDI 86
ClientID 328
MetaData 328
TopicConnectionFactory Object Methods
CreateTopic 333
CreateTopicConnection 328
TopicConnectionFactory Object Properties
HostName 328, 343
Port 328, 343
PortOffset 329
TopicPublisher Object Methods
Publish 329
TopicPublisher Object Properties
DeliveryMode 329
DisableMessageID 330
DisableMessageTimestamp 330
Priority 330
TimeToLive 330
Topic 331
TopicRequestor Object Methods
Close 189
Create 331
Request 189, 331
STCQueueRequestor 190
STCTopicRequestor 189
TopicSession Object Method
CreateTemporaryTopic 333
TopicSession Object Methods
Commit 331
CreateBytesMessage 332
CreateDurableSubscriber 332
CreateMessage 332
CreatePublisher 332
CreateStreamMessage 333
CreateSubscriber 333
CreateTextMessage 333, 344
Unsubscribe 334
TopicSession Object Properties
MessageListener 334
Transacted 334
TopicSubscriber Object Methods
Close 335
Receive 335
ReceiveNoWait 335
TopicSubscriber Object Properties
MessageListener 335
MessageSelector 335
NoLocal 335
Topic 335
XASession Object Methods
Commit 340
CreateBytesMessage 340
CreateMapMessage 340
CreateMessage 340
CreateStreamMessage 340
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LastErrorCode
ActiveX API for MUX 555
LastErrorText
ActiveX API for MUX 555
M
MapMessage Object 291
MapNames Property 298
maximum client threads per e*Way 536
Message Object 299
MessageConsumer Object 302
MessageID Property 289, 298, 302, 321, 325
MessageListener Object 303
MessageListener Property 303, 314, 334, 335, 341,
345
MessageProducer Object 303
MessageSelector Property 303, 335
MetaData Property 328, 342
Multiplexer_Close subroutine 575
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C function for JMS 407
QueueReceiverGetQueue
C function for JMS 408
QueueReceiverReceive
C function for JMS 407
QueueReceiverReceiveNoWait
C function for JMS 408
QueueReceiverReceiveTimeout
C function for JMS 408
QueueRequestor Object 308
QueueRequestorClose
C function for JMS 436
QueueRequestorRequest
C function for JMS 436
QueueRequestorRequestTimeout
C function for JMS 437
QueueSender Object 309
QueueSenderClose
C function for JMS 413
QueueSenderGetDeliveryMode
C function for JMS 414, 496
QueueSenderGetDisableMessageID
C function for JMS 414
QueueSenderGetDisableMessageTimestamp
C function for JMS 415
QueueSenderGetJMS_ProducerID
C function for JMS 415
QueueSenderGetPriority
C function for JMS 415
QueueSenderGetQueue
C function for JMS 416
QueueSenderGetTimeToLive
C function for JMS 416
QueueSenderSend
C function for JMS 417
QueueSenderSendEx
C function for JMS 417
QueueSenderSendToQueue
C function for JMS 418
QueueSenderSendToQueueEx
C function for JMS 419
QueueSenderSetDeliveryMode
C function for JMS 420
QueueSenderSetDisableMessageID
C function for JMS 420
QueueSenderSetDisableMessageTimestamp
C function for JMS 421
QueueSenderSetJMS_ProducerID
C function for JMS 421
QueueSenderSetPriority
C function for JMS 422
QueueSenderSetTimeToLive
C function for JMS 422
QueueSession Object 310
Multiplexer_Free subroutine 576
Multiplexer_Init subroutine 576
Multiplexer_Open subroutine 577
Multiplexer_send subroutine 578
Multiplexer_ToString subroutine 578
Multiplexer_Wait subroutine 579
MUX Instance ID 533
MUX Recovery ID 533
N
NoLocal Property 335
Non_Persistent
C++ function for JMS 492
O
OnException
C++ function for JMS 492
OnMessage 303
Open
COBOL API for MUX 549
P
Persistent
C++ function for JMS 493
Port Property 291, 328, 343
PortOffset Property 329, 343
prepare
C++ function for JMS 519
Priority Property 289, 299, 302, 321, 325, 330
PropertyExists 294
C function for JMS 355
propertyExists
C++ function for JMS 451, 458
PropertyExists Method 284, 300, 315, 324
publish
C++ function for JMS 504, 505, 506, 507, 508
Publish Method 329
Push IP Port 532
Q
Queue Object 305
QueueBrowser Object 305
QueueConnection Object 305
QueueConnectionFactory Objec 306
QueueName Property 305
QueueReceiver Object 307
QueueReceiverClose
C function for JMS 406
QueueReceiverGetMessageSelector
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ReadUnsignedByte Method 285
ReadUnsignedShort
C function for JMS 378
readUnsignedShort
C++ function for JMS 476
ReadUnsignedShort Method 285
ReadUTF
C function for JMS 379
readUTF
C++ function for JMS 477
ReadUTF Method 285
Receive
COBOL API for MUX 551
Receive Message Method 303
Receive Method 335
ReceiveNoWait Method 303, 335
recover
C++ function for JMS 486
Recover Method 314, 341, 344
Recovery ID, MUX 533
Redelivered Property 289, 299, 302, 321, 326
ReplyMessageAsArray
ActiveX API for MUX 556
ReplyMessageAsString
ActiveX API for MUX 556
ReplyMessageSize
ActiveX API for MUX 556
ReplyTo Property 289, 299, 302, 321, 326
Request 189, 190, 309, 331
Request Reply IP Port 532
request/reply
header, in Collaboration Rules 538
request/reply header
header for request/reply Events 535
Reset
C function for JMS 379
reset
C++ function for JMS 477
Reset Method 285, 317
resizeMUXPool
Java method for MUXPooler 572
rollback
C++ function for JMS 486, 518
rollback (transaction operation)
defined 350
Rollback if no Clients on Push Port 532
Rollback Method 314, 341, 345
Run Method 314, 341
QueueSessionClose
C function for JMS 392
R
ReadBoolean
C function for JMS 374
readBoolean
C++ function for JMS 474
ReadBoolean Method 284, 316
ReadByte
C function for JMS 374
readByte
C++ function for JMS 474
ReadByte Method 284, 316
ReadBytes
C function for JMS 375, 447
ReadBytes Message 284, 316
ReadChar
C function for JMS 375
readChar
C++ function for JMS 475
ReadChar Method 284, 316
ReadDouble
C function for JMS 376
readDouble
C++ function for JMS 475
ReadDouble Method 284, 316
ReadFloat
C function for JMS 376
readFloat
C++ function for JMS 475
ReadFloat Method 284, 316
ReadInt
C function for JMS 377
readInt
C++ function for JMS 475
ReadInt Method 285, 317
ReadLong
C function for JMS 377
readLong
C++ function for JMS 476
ReadLong Method 285, 317
ReadObject Method 317
ReadShort
C function for JMS 377
readShort
C++ function for JMS 476
ReadShort Method 285, 317
ReadString Method 317
ReadUnsignedByte
C function for JMS 378
readUnsignedByte
C++ function for JMS 476
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compensating resource manager (CRM) 103
in C or RPG 116
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in Java and COM+ 67
message selector 93, 95, 96, 131
(discussed) 92
publish/subscribe 69, 70, 72, 73, 117
(diagrammed) 69
queue send/receive 75, 76, 78, 122
(diagrammed) 75
request-reply 80, 81, 82, 85, 127
(diagrammed) 80
XA 97, 99, 102
sample schema for using JMS 110
Send
ActiveX API for MUX 557
COBOL API for MUX 550
send
C++ function for JMS 500, 501, 502, 503, 504
send data to e*Gate, Perl subroutine 578
Send Empty MSG When External Disconnect 532
sendBytes
Java method for MUXPooler 572
sendMessage
Java method for MUX 563
Java method for MUXPooler 572
session modes
AutoAcknowledge 350
ClientAcknowledge 350
DupsOKAcknowledge 350
Session Object 313
SessionCommit
C function for JMS 392
SessionCreateBytesMessage
C function for JMS 394
SessionCreateDurableSubscriber
C function for JMS 398
SessionCreateDurableSubscriberMessageSelector
C function for JMS 399
SessionCreatePublisher
C function for JMS 399
SessionCreateQueue
C function for JMS 395
SessionCreateReceiveMessageSelector
C function for JMS 396
SessionCreateReceiver
C function for JMS 396
SessionCreateSender
C function for JMS 397
SessionCreateSubscriber
C function for JMS 400
SessionCreateSubscriberMessageSelector
C function for JMS 400
SessionCreateTemporary
C function for JMS 397
SessionCreateTextMessage
C function for JMS 394
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C function for JMS 395
SessionGetTransacted
C function for JMS 393
SessionRecover
C function for JMS 393
SessionRollback
C function for JMS 393
SessionUnsubscribe
C function for JMS 402
SetBoolean Method 295
SetBooleanProperty
C function for JMS 359
setBooleanProperty
C++ function for JMS 455, 462
SetBooleanProperty Method 285
SetByte 295
SetByteProperty
C function for JMS 360
setByteProperty
C++ function for JMS 455, 463
SetBytes Method 295
SetChar Method 295
setClientID
C++ function for JMS 483, 489
setConnectionCount
Java method for MUXPooler 573
setDebug
Java method for MUX 564
setDeliveryMode
C++ function for JMS 498
SetDestinationName
C function for JMS 405
setDisableMessageID
C++ function for JMS 498
setDisableMessageTimestamp
C++ function for JMS 498
SetDouble Method 296
SetDoubleProperty
C function for JMS 360
setDoubleProperty
C++ function for JMS 456, 463
SetFloat Methods 296
SetFloatProperty
C function for JMS 361
setFloatProperty
C++ function for JMS 456, 464
setHost
Java constructor method for MUXPooler 573
Java method for MUX 565
SetInt Method 296
SetIntProperty
C function for JMS 361
setIntProperty
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Java constructor method for MUXPooler 574
Java method for MUX 565
setPriority
C++ function for JMS 499
SetProperty Method 297, 300, 317, 324
setSecondsToExpire
Java constructor method for MUXPooler 574
Java method for MUX 566
SetShort Method 297
SetShortProperty
C function for JMS 362
setShortProperty
C++ function for JMS 458, 465
setSleepDuration
Java method for MUX 566
SetString Method 297
SetStringProperty
C function for JMS 363
setStringProperty
C++ function for JMS 458, 466
SetText
C function for JMS 386
setText
C++ function for JMS 482
setTimeout
Java constructor method for MUXPooler 574
Java method for MUX 567
setTimeToLive
C++ function for JMS 500
setTransactionTimeout
C++ function for JMS 519
start
C++ function for JMS 484, 520
Start Method 290, 327, 342
stc_msclient.dll 346
stop
C++ function for JMS 484
Stop Method 290, 328, 342
StreamMessage Object 315
subroutines
Multiplexer_Close 575
Multiplexer_Free 576
Multiplexer_Init 576
Multiplexer_Open 577
Multiplexer_Send 578
Multiplexer_ToString 578
Multiplexer_Wait 579
Supporting Documents 34
C++ function for JMS 456, 464
SetJMS_ProducerID
C function for JMS 447
setJMS_ProducerID
C++ function for JMS 499
SetJMSCorrelationID
C function for JMS 368
setJMSCorrelationID
C++ function for JMS 469
SetJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes
C function for JMS 368
setJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes
C++ function for JMS 469, 472
SetJMSDeliveryMode
C function for JMS 369
setJMSDeliveryMode
C++ function for JMS 469
SetJMSExpiration
C function for JMS 369
setJMSExpiration
C++ function for JMS 470
SetJMSMessageID
C function for JMS 369
setJMSMessageID
C++ function for JMS 470, 473
SetJMSPriority
C function for JMS 370
setJMSPriority
C++ function for JMS 471
SetJMSRedelivered
C function for JMS 370
setJMSRedelivered
C++ function for JMS 471
SetJMSReplyTo
C function for JMS 371
setJMSReplyTo
C++ function for JMS 471
SetJMSTimestamp
C function for JMS 371
setJMSTimestamp
C++ function for JMS 472
SetJMSType
C function for JMS 372
setJMSType
C++ function for JMS 472, 473
SetLong Method 296
SetLongProperty
C function for JMS 362
setLongProperty
C++ function for JMS 457, 464, 465
SetObject Method 296
setObjectProperty
C++ function for JMS 457
setPort
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TemporaryQueue Object 322
TemporaryTopic 322
Text Property 326
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getJMSReplyTo 468
getJMSTimestamp 468
getJMSType 468
getLongProperty 461
getShortProperty 454, 462
getStringProperty 454, 462
propertyExists 451, 458
setBooleanProperty 455, 462
setByteProperty 455, 463
setDoubleProperty 456, 463
setFloatProperty 456, 464
setIntProperty 456, 464
setJMSCorrelationID 469
setJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes 469, 472
setJMSDeliveryMode 469
setJMSExpiration 470
setJMSMessageID 470, 473
setJMSPriority 471
setJMSRedelivered 471
setJMSReplyTo 471
setJMSTimestamp 472
setJMSType 472, 473
setLongProperty 457, 464
setShortProperty 458, 465
setStringProperty 458, 466
The Message Interface in JMS for C++
getByteProperty 459
getLongProperty 453
getPropertyName 454
The Message Interface in JSM for C++
getJMSDeliveryMode 466
The MessageProducer Interface C++ functions for
JMS
close 496
getDisableMessageID 496
getDisableMessageTimestamp 496
getJMS_ProducerID 497
getPriority 497
getTimeToLive 497
setDeliveryMode 498
setDisableMessageID 498
setDisableMessageTimestamp 498
setJMS_ProducerID 499
setPriority 499
setTimeToLive 500
The Messsage Interface for JMS in C++
setObjectProperty 457
The Queue Interface for JMS in C++
getQueueName 493
toString 493
The QueueConnection Interface for JMS in C++
createQueueSession 484
The QueueConnectionFactory Interface for JMS in
C++
TextMessage 323
The BytesMessage Interface for JMS in C++
readBoolean 474
readByte 474
readChar 475
readFloat 475
readInt 475
readLong 476
readShort 476
readUnsignedByte 476
readUnsignedShort 476
reset 477
writeBoolean 477
writeByte 478
writeBytes 478
writeChar 479
writeDouble 479
writeFloat 480
writeInt 480
writeLong 480
writeShort 481
The BytesMessage Interface in JMS for C++
readUTF 477
The Connectin Interface for JMS in C++
ConnectionStart 484
The Connection Interface for JMS in C++
close 483
getClientID 483
setClientID 483
stop 484
The createTopicSession Interface for JMS in C++
close 488
The DeliveryMode Interface for JMS in C++
Non_Persistent 492
Persistent 493
The ExceptionListener Interface for JMS in C++
OnException 492
The Message Interface for C++
setLongProperty 465
The Message Interface for JMS in C++
acknowledge 450
clearBody 450
clearProperties 451
getBooleanProperty 451, 459
getByteProperty 452
getDoubleProperty 452, 460
getFloatProperty 452, 460
getIntProperty 453, 460
getJMSCorrelationID 466
getJMSCorrelationIDAsBytes 466
getJMSExpiration 467
getJMSMessageID 467
getJMSPriority 467
getJMSRedelivered 468
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getBranchQualifier 515
getFormatId 515
getTransactionId 516
Timestamp Property 290, 299, 302, 321, 326
TimeToLive Property 330
Topic Object 326
Topic Property 331, 335
TopicConnection Object 327
TopicConnectionFactory Object 328
TopicName Property 323, 327
TopicPublisherClose
C function for JMS 423
TopicPublisherGetDeliveryMode
C function for JMS 424
TopicPublisherGetDisableMessageID
C function for JMS 424
TopicPublisherGetDisableMessageTimestamp
C function for JMS 425
TopicPublisherGetJMS_ProducerID
C function for JMS 425
TopicPublisherGetPriority
C function for JMS 425
TopicPublisherGetTimeToLive
C function for JMS 426
TopicPublisherGetTopic
C function for JMS 426
TopicPublisherPublish
C function for JMS 427
TopicPublisherPublishEx
C function for JMS 427
TopicPublisherPublishToTopic
C function for JMS 428, 507
TopicPublisherPublishToTopicEx
C function for JMS 429
TopicPublisherSetDeliveryMode
C function for JMS 429
TopicPublisherSetDisableMessageID
C function for JMS 430
TopicPublisherSetDisableMessageTimestamp
C function for JMS 430
TopicPublisherSetJMS_ProducerID
C function for JMS 431
TopicPublisherSetPriority
C function for JMS 431
TopicPublisherSetTimeToLive
C function for JMS 432
TopicRequestor Property 331
TopicRequestorClose
C function for JMS 434
TopicRequestorRequest
C function for JMS 433
TopicRequestorRequestTimeout
C function for JMS 434
TopicSession Object 329, 331
createQueueConnection 490
The QueueSender Interface for JMS in C++
send 500, 501, 502, 503, 504
The QueueSession Interface for JMS in C++
createQueue 509
createReceiver 509
createSender 510
createTemporaryQueue 510
The Session Interface for JMS in C++
bytesMessage 486
close 485
commit 485
createTextMessage 487
getTransacted 486
recover 486
rollback 486
The TemporaryQueue Interface for JMS in C++
Delete 494
The TemporaryTopic Interface for JMS in C++
Delete 495
The TextMessage Interface for JMS in C++
getText 481
setText 482
The Topic Interface for JMS in C++
getTopicName 494
toString 494
The TopicConnection Interface for JMS in C++
close 488
getClientID 489
getExceptionListener 490
setClientID 489
The TopicConnectionFactory Interface for JMS in
C++
createTopicConnectionFactory 491
The TopicPublisher Interface for JMS in C++
publish 504, 505, 506, 507, 508
The TopicSession Interface for JMS in C++
createDurableSubscriber 511, 512
createPublisher 512
createSubscriber 513
createTemporaryTopic 514
createTopic 514
unsubscribe 514
The XAResource Interface for JMS in C++
commit 517
end 520
getTransactionTimeout 518
isSameRM 519
prepare 519
rollback 518
setTransactionTimeout 519
start 520
Xid**recover 517
The Xid Interface for JMS in C++
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TopicSession Property 345
TopicSessionCreateTemporaryTopic
C function for JMS 401
TopicSessionCreateTopic
C function for JMS 402
TopicSubscriberClose
C function for JMS 409
TopicSubscriberGetMessageSelector
C function for JMS 410
TopicSubscriberGetNoLocal
C function for JMS 410
TopicSubscriberGetTopic
C function for JMS 411
TopicSubscriberReceive
C function for JMS 411
TopicSubscriberReceiveNoWait
C function for JMS 412
TopicSubscriberReceiveTimeout
C function for JMS 411
ToString 305
toString
C++ function for JMS 493, 494
ToString Method 322, 323, 327
Transacted Property 315, 334, 341, 345
transacted sessions
defined 350
Type Property 290, 299, 302, 322, 326
WriteBytesEx
C function for JMS 381
WriteChar
C function for JMS 382
writeChar
C++ function for JMS 479
WriteChar Method 286, 318
WriteDouble
C function for JMS 382
writeDouble
C++ function for JMS 479
WriteDouble Method 287, 318
WriteFloat
C function for JMS 383
writeFloat
C++ function for JMS 480
WriteFloat Method 287, 319
WriteInt
C function for JMS 383
writeInt
C++ function for JMS 480
WriteInt Method 287, 319
WriteLong
C function for JMS 383
writeLong
C++ function for JMS 480
WriteLong Method 287, 319
WriteObject Method 287, 319
WriteShort
C function for JMS 384
writeShort
C++ function for JMS 481
WriteShort Method 288, 319
WriteString Method 319
WriteUTF
C function for JMS 384
WriteUTF Method 288
WStringToChar
C function for JMS 444
U
unsubscribe
C++ function for JMS 514
Unsubscribe Method 334
W
Wait
ActiveX API for MUX 557
Wait For IQ Ack 532
WriteBoolean
C function for JMS 380
writeBoolean
C++ function for JMS 477
WriteBoolean Method 286, 317
WriteByte
C function for JMS 380
writeByte
C++ function for JMS 478
WriteByte Method 286, 318
WriteBytes
C function for JMS 381, 447
writeBytes
C++ function for JMS 478
WriteBytes Method 286, 318
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XATopicSession Object 343
Xid**recover
C++ function for JMS 517
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