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Re: [xmlblaster] New to xmlBlaster and have questions...

Kelli Fuller wrote:

I am involved in developing an interface between 2 systems using xmlBlaster with Java and a publish/subscribe architecture. Being new to xmlBlaster, I have some pretty basic questions that I am hoping someone can answer for me:

1. Is it possible to edit the content of a message that has been published and is sitting in the xmlBlaster queue? Or would I have to subscribe to that message, create an XML file containing the message's contents plus the edit I need to make, then publish that message again?

2. What exactly does unsubscribe do for me? What are some uses for it? Is there a way to call unsubscribe on a message that will then prevent a subsequent subscribe call from seeing the unsubscribed message?


if you start playing with xmlBlaster i would strongly recommend to do it on our
cvs development branch, it is as stable as the main trunk and you
save porting your code to the new release in 2/3 weeks.

This development branch you access like:

cvs -d   :pserver:reader at server.xmlBlaster.org:/opt/cvsroot login

  -> Password is 'cvs'

cvs -d :pserver:reader at server.xmlBlaster.org:/opt/cvsroot checkout -r branch_pqueue xmlBlaster


cd xmlBlaster
build.sh all

(if you use WIN$:  build.bat all)


Thank you very much,

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