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Article:
  Designing Messaging Applications with Temporary Queues
Subject:   Code on the client side
Date:   2007-04-23 17:30:27
From:   chun chikwong
Hi Thakur, I would like to see the source code on the client side if it is available. I understand 90% of what you said in the article, the 5% lies on the client side (other than create the JMSReplyTo header field) how it gets back the message and proceeds.


Another 5% is on the section "Some Considerations for the Client Side When Using Temporary Queues", in which you were talking about concurrency and JMS sessions. Sorry I am pretty new on this JMS stuffs.


A very nice article indeed.
Matthew



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  1. Code on the client side
    2007-04-26 10:20:57  chun chikwong [View]

  2. Code on the client side
    2007-04-24 17:44:09  ThribhuvanThakur [View]

  3. Code on the client side
    2007-04-23 18:40:40  ThribhuvanThakur [View]

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