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Re: synchronous GET and destination in QOS
Marcel Ruff a écrit :
> Cyrille Giquello wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I try to understand the use of 'destination' in QOS used with
> synchronous get().
> > The test is made from file : testsuite/org/xmlBlaster/TestGet.java,
> in sub testGet().
> > at step 2 (publish) I add a destination in the QOS.
> > String qos =
> > "<qos>"
> > +"<destination>"
> > + ME // Tim
> > + "<ForceQueuing />"
> > +"</destination>"
> > +"</qos>";
> > With this, the .get() no more run, the key is not found.
> > modified TestGet.class trace :
> > ERROR myTestGet.java:184-Tim: XmlBlasterException for trying to get a
> message: The key
> > 'myTestGet' is not available.
> > INFO Tim: Success, erased a message
> > Exception found location=myTestGet.java:97
> > ERROR myTestGet.java:97-Tim: Erased 0 messages:
> > INFO Tim: Success, logged out
> > How can I get a message with a destination ?
> > Have we to change setp 3 (Get a message) from EXACT to XPATH with a
> destination query ???
> > In asynchronous mode (implement I_Callback), I got well the message.
> > I only can't get the message in synchronous get() mode.
> Yep, this is not possible for the moment, see:
I rote this 2 pages, but I don't see anything about my exemple. Shure I don't understand well.
What I said is, in other words :
forceqQueuing and PtP (destination QoS)
work fine in Asynchronous mode ( implements I_Callback )
but it seems not work in synchronous mode ( connection.get() ).
Is that you understood ?
So it's not possible ?
Is there a guide line for developping this need ?
Because I really need it, so if it's not to hard , I can do it.
But I need some help like guide line and architecture overview.
> Oooo, there is much to do ...
What about other guys in contact list ?
> Marcel Ruff
> mailto:ruff at swand.lake.de