Hi, i recently delved into the world of jms and i have to say it seems to be pretty cool. I got the examples up and running in no time at all. I have a slight problem though.
I'm now trying to use jms in real world situation. I have a sender that is wrapped deep within an existing class and a receiver that i run at the command line. If i have the receiver running and then start to post messages, it all works fine, i get the messages in the order they are being sent, however if i dont have the receiver running, send a few messages and then start the receiver, the order is all jumbled up. I was wondering if anyone had come accross this problem ?
I need to be able to gaurantee the order of receiving messages is the same as sending messages.
Cheers in advance Gavin
[This message has been edited by Gavin Wilkinson (edited April 11, 2001).]