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problems with JMS configuration.

 
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No sure if this is the right place to do my ask, but I am going to give a try:

This is the code:


Well, I want to send my messages to a topic, not to a Queue. With this configuration all the messages are going to the Queue, not to the topic. I can see in the activemq admin page that the topic is not been created, and is created under the queue section?.

What, I am doing wrong?
 
Juan Sotelo
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Like you see in the code, I already made the changes in order to change the destination and send all the messages to a topic:
<bean id="destination" class="org.apache.activemq.command.ActiveMQTopic"

Before I got:
<bean id="destination" class="org.apache.activemq.command.ActiveMQQueue">

The rare thing is that bouth configurations throws same results. What I am doing wrong?

regards and thanks for reading!
 
Juan Sotelo
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I solve the problem with the following code:



Thanks.
 
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