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I have a problem with using the MessageListener together with Hibernate.
I am receiving messages via JMS and the MessageListener mechanism of Spring 2.0m3. As this is startup by the...
sorry, I have mixed up two things:
- targetClient (define whether the target is MQ or JMS)
- transportType (define type of transport)
For target client you can use an URL, which is...
I've done it without having used a .dll or .so lib on my path.
Which connection type do you try to use? I have set the connection type to 1 within the JMS URL.
I had a similar problem. I solved it using an empty username " " and an empty password " ", whereby empty means just one blank character.
I think that is the standard user/pass...
I have a strange problem with running out of database connections.
I have a command line application using spring 2.0m3, hibernate 3.1.3, c3p0 as connection pooling and Oracle 9.2 as...
The question is: is it possible to have two active consumers at the same time. I think the JMS spec says, that only one consumer can be active.
My understanding of Spring MessageListener is:
I've a question about redundancy with MessageDriven POJOs.
There is one Websphere MQ queue and I want to use the new Spring 2.x MessageListener to read new incoming messages...
does anyone have an idea how to handle the JmsException?
I'm working with Websphere MQ and receiving an JmsException during shutdown of QueueManager.
2006-04-25 11:01:35,341 ERROR [DefaultMessageListenerContainer]- Execution of...
same question from my side.
Theoretically the MessageListener should reconnect automatically after getting an exception.
There is an onException() method in the ExceptionListener...
Thanks for the hint.
It's working fine.
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I haven't found a solution using Spring. I've now have developed a class which uses plain JDBC to access the stored procedure.
Does anyone know how to solve it with...
is it possible to set a property value for a bean as a result of a (static) method?
<bean id="testBean" class="test.bean">
<property name="testProp" ref="RESULT OF METHOD"/>...
No, you don't have to deploy it. The consumer is automatically started up at startup of Spring, while loading the applicationContext.
But you have to load the appContext. Otherwise it will not be...
you can setup the numbers of concurrentConsumers for the DefaultMessageListenerContainer, see:
I'm having a quite strange problem to solve:
I'm using the new DefaultMessageListenerContainer (org.springframework.jms.listener.DefaultMessageListenerContainer) for receiving messages...
there is a road map within the issue tracking system:
I want to have a well known location, but specifiy that within the code and not within a beanFactory file.
My issue is, that I have an absolute path for my config file, which resides somewhere in...
Thanks for you advice.
I think I'll use the Version class within my startup client class.
What is the purpose of InitializingBean? Can I load a class at startup of the Spring container?
while playing around with Spring versions 1.2.7 and 2.0 M3 I thought it would be good to have some possibility to show the spring version number while startup of spring container (e.g....
sorry for being unprecise.
I'm currently using XmlBeanDefinitionReader and I want to exchange that with something like the SingletonBeanFactoryLocator.
But I want to specify the main...
I want to share the application context between several plain Java clients to reduce the startup time of the Spring container.
Currently I'm using a XmlBeanDefinitionReader to load my...
any update available for the current schedule?
Thanks for the info. I'll wait until sunset :-)