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I experience some problems sending MQ messages (jms over mq) when i respond to a temporary queue. Usually when i define a WebSphere MQ Queue Destination i can configure that the client program either will be JMS or MQ. How can i configure/alter this information my application have to reply to a destination retreved from my incomming JMS message as shown here : Destination reply_dest = inMessage.getJMSReplyTo();
The default seems to be that JMS is sent back and thus a RFH2 Header is used. I want to be able to send just a MQ message, and not a JMS message.
Hans-Jacob Melby
 
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