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how to add mqrfh2 header

 
Gamb Rockwell
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I would like to add the MQRFH2 header to my messages using JMS. Can anyone point me in the right direction.


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david lightman
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You do not have to worry about adding the RFH2 header for your JMS messsges as it will be added.
cheers!
[ March 08, 2005: Message edited by: david lightman ]
 
Gamb Rockwell
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I set an application specific property in one application using setIntProperty() but it seems that it (the property) does not get to the receiving application using getIntProperty(). Does anyone know of any setting that I need to make to ensure that the property gets set, I read that the property is in the mqrfh2 header and I don't see that header in my receiving message.
 
david lightman
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are both apps JMS or is the sender native MQ?
Have you enumerated through all the properties?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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