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Webmethods related query

Vinny Menon
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Joined: Jan 10, 2006
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Hi folks,
i didnt find the place where to put this question.Apologies for posting the query here.

anyways,any help on this one is appreciated.
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My application is in java and has 2 components. App A and App B

App A publishes to a webmethods topic and App B reads from the topic and writes to a Queue.

the problem is ,when i read from the topic,the documents in the topic does not get deleted.

it stays there.I am able to send the messages to the Q,but the topic should be drained.it is not.

is there some property to be set ,so that the topic documents get drained as i read from the webmethods topic?
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thanks in advance
cheers
vinny m.


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