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FW: [xmlblaster] C++ Client SQL92 filter


I managed to get this working by removing type='String' from the Client property... What's up with this? Should i be using another operator for comparing strings ?


   Nelson Silva

-----Original Message-----
From:	inevo
Sent:	Tue 7/26/2005 11:27 AM
To:	xmlblaster at server.xmlBlaster.org
Subject:	Re: [xmlblaster] C++ Client SQL92 filter

I'm using the C++ API. For the subscription my code is :

void XmlBlasterClient::subscribe(char * key,I_Callback* callback, char * filter)
  SubscribeKey subKey(global_);
   SubscribeQos subQos(global_);
        {    AccessFilterQos af(global_, "Sql92Filter","1.0", filter);

         SubscribeReturnQos subRetQos = con.subscribe(subKey, subQos,callback);

then i call it with -> Subscribe("SimpleChat",new ChatCallback(),"canal='teste2'");

For publishing i have this: (MsgHeaderProperties simply contains QosData::ClientPropertyMap clientPropertyMap;

void XmlBlasterClient::Publish(const char * key,const char * content,MsgHeaderProperties * props)
         PublishQos publishQos(global_);
         PublishKey publishKey(global_);
         // Let's add the properties
         MessageUnit msgUnit(publishKey, string(content), publishQos);
         PublishReturnQos pubRetQos = con.publish(msgUnit);

Then in my app i having this :

The subscription message looks like :

 <key oid='SimpleChat' contentMime='text/plain'></key> and qos:
  <erase forceDestroy='false'/>
  <filter type='Sql92Filter'>

And the publish :

  <key oid='SimpleChat'/>
   <state id='OK'/>
   <clientProperty name='canal' type='String'>teste2</clientProperty>

At first glance i think this should work right ? So any help regarding this subject is welcome ..


    Nelson Silva

Marcel Ruff wrote:

> Nelson Silva wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I've been cracking my head over this for a while but to no avail... :
>> [25/Jul/2005 20:42:17 WARN  XmlBlaster.SOCKET.tcpListener-nfgs RequestBroker-/node/xmlBlaster_127_0_0_1_3412] Generating dead message 'callback:/node/xmlBlaster_127_0_0_1_3412/client/nfgs/-3/NORM/1122320537735000000/SimpleChat' from publisher=/node/xmlBlaster_127_0_0_1_3412/client/nfgs/-2 because delivery with queue 'null' failed:
>> Mime access filter 'Sql92Filter' for message 'SimpleChat/2005-07-25 20:42:17.707' from sender '/node/xmlBlaster_127_0_0_1_3412/client/nfgs/-2' to subscriber '/node/xmlBlaster_127_0_0_1_3412/client/nfgs/-3' threw an exception, we don't deliver the message to the subscriber: errorCode=user.illegalArgument message=#exported You have invoked a server method with illegal arguments. -> http://www.xmlblaster.org/xmlBlaster/doc/requirements/admin.errorcodes.listing.html#user.illegalArgument
>> What's happening here ? I have the same thing working in JAVA without problems. I even compiled the C++ client library with SQLite support thinking it might solve it...
> Hi Silva,
> could you please send me the published message and the
> sql query of the subscriber?
> Which version do you use, on which OS?
> thanks
> Marcel