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Cannot convert DataHandler to JMS mesage  RSS feed

 
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Hi

I am using ActiveMQ for messaging and Mule 2.0.2 as ESB.
As a normal flow if I transfer a string it will access web service and place the string in messaging queue. Mule will read the string automatically and transfers the data further for processing.

If I pass a DataHandler object (to transfer a file) using web service. It says "Cannot convert object [javax.activation.DataHandler@8edd79] to JMS message", even though I am converting it to JMS message.

Here is the web service method which does the conversion,



queueSender.sendMessage(jmsMsg); will be mapped to the following method


And sometimes I get the following error message.


Please look into the error and suggest some solution.
 
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Please give some solution for this problem.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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