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From "James Strachan" <>
Subject [messenger] Re: Messagelets problems !
Date Tue, 28 May 2002 23:52:17 GMT
Messagelets problems !Hi Romulus

I've CC'd the commons-dev list in case others might find this interesting. From inside a Servlet
you should be able to use the following code to send a message to some server via JMS, then
block until a response comes back. 

Messenger messenger = MessengerManager.get( "myConnection" );
Destination destination = messenger.getDestination( "jms/Queue" );
TextMessage message = messenger.createTextMessage( "this is some text, maybe even XML" );
Message response = destination, message );

The above will wait until the response is sent from the server process. For details of how
to write the server side, to consume a message from a queue then send a response, there are
examples using either a Messagelet, a Message Driven Object or even a Servlet here:-

The configuration files required to deploy the server side in a Servlet container are here

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: romulus tudose 
  Sent: Tuesday, May 28, 2002 9:25 PM
  Subject: Messagelets problems !

  Hi James,

  I have to go back to you because our messagelet problem is still in same situation:

  we can not get the contact between the servlet and JMS.

  To explain you how it's look like: we have a servlet in one machine and a MOM installed

  in another one. The idea is to send an incoming request from web client via servlet

  to the MOM, this one [the listener connected to MOM] to process the information and 

  *send* back the response to servlet.

  Please help us with a very short example that I can polish [more development and 

  documented] and eventually if you are interested we can publish on the web side 

  because I'm sure that are more interested.

  >Looks good. You could add a topic="false" to the <jndi> element just in case the
JBossMQ implements both topic and queue i>nterfaces in the same connection factory class.

  >See the messenger/src/conf/MessengerJBoss.xml document for examples. This has been tested
by someone on JBossMQ >and it seemed to work

  >Sometimes the JNDI name for the connection factory or the queue needs to be prefixed
by "java:comp/env" or whatever for >official J2EE servers. Does that help?

  >The thing we are trying to accomplish is to consume JMS messages from a JMS Topic deployed
on the JMS Server. Using >plain JMS API calls with Servlets results in a IllegalStateException,
due to the sad fact that this is against the Servlet/J2EE >spec.

  Many thanks for your cooperation !

  Romulus Tudose

  Software Architect

  milliSolutions Holding AB (u.b.)

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