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JMS publisher-subscriber model scenario

 
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Hi,

I have a requirement , which goes like this :

1. Publisher sends to the topic , xml messages

2. The QPID Broker will help the subscribers , subscribed to that topic with the xml message notification



But this is just a notification given to the subscriber saying that there is message consumed, right?

How do we get the actual message ( XML ) file, I have used to to write the contents of the xml file message into a local directory. Please help me out
 
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your 'textMessage' is the actual xml message which you received from topic.

you are creating notification message for some other validation purpose.
 
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But it does not provide me the xml data , do you have any examples to share?
 
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It will provide you a XML String. Which is text message.

Also when you want to read that XML you need to convert that byte stream of text message to the parser.
After parsing you will get the actual xml tags and values

you can see below links for examples

A JMS Client Examples

JMS, XML, and the heterogeneous enterprise
 
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