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Need to set attributes on httpSession while using JMS with Spring

 
Giriraj Bhojak
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I am using org.springframework.jms.core.JmsTemplate and org.springframework.jms.listener.DefaultMessageListenerContainer to write and read from MQs.
Once the message is consumed in onMessage, I need to set values on httpSession to indicate successful processing of the request(message).

How do I do that?

I thought of using:


But that would mean serializing the complete session while sending the message.
Is there a way I can achieve this? Some listener that would set values on session probably?

Please help me with this.

I asked this question in the wrong forum earlier.

Thanks,
Giriraj.
 
venk somis
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If you want to capture some flag which indicates you that the given message is Consumed, meaning you are trying to make a semi Request-Response call.

Sending HTTPSession with Message that would not help you, because both are in two different layers and also JMS is an ASYNC process so response will not be
immediate as the actualy task will be performed in different Thread .

So in order to address this issue, you need to create Temparary Queues to which consumer would Respond, and the message filter could be done based on CorrelationId.

Following API could be used.

replyMessage.getJMSCorrelationID());
requestMessage.setJMSReplyTo(replyQueue);


Please see more details below.

http://javaquicknotes.com/questionDelegator/JMS_Request_Response_example

Or
Just see in other java resources for sample.
 
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