Copyright 2005-2007 Matthew J. Battey

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This software implements a Java interface to SAFMQ (see http://safmq.sourceforge.net).

Created on Jun 3, 2005

import java.io.IOException;
import java.io.InputStream;
import java.io.OutputStreamWriter;
import java.io.PrintWriter;
import java.net.URI;

import com.safmq.MQBuilder;
import com.safmq.MQException;
import com.safmq.MessageQueue;
import com.safmq.QueueMessage;
import com.safmq.Safmq;

 * Note: this example expects a SAFMQ server to be running on the "localhost"
 * or same computer as the example is being run.  It also expects a user to exist
 * with the name "username" and password "password".  Additionally there should
 * be two queues "query" and "resposne", and the user "username" should have
 * read and write access to to this queue. 
 * @author matt
public class RoundTripServer {
    static URI queue_name;
    static String user_name = "username";
    static String password = "password";

    static {
        try {
            queue_name = new URI("safmq://localhost/query");
        } catch (Exception e) {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        try {
            // Allocate a connection to the query queue, we'll read from this queue
            MessageQueue    mq = MQBuilder.buildMessageQueue(queue_name,user_name,password);
            // Allocate a messaeg so we can read from it.
            QueueMessage    msg = new QueueMessage();
            int error;

            // Try and retreive a message from the queue
            error = mq.Retreive(true,-1,msg);
            // Close the queue we don't need it any more, this release resources on the server
            if (error == Safmq.EC_NOERROR) {
                // Output the contents of the emssage
                System.out.println("Message Data Follows");
                System.out.println("Label: " + msg.getLabel());
                InputStream in = msg.getInputStream();
                byte        data[] = new byte[1024];
                int         read;
                while ( (read=in.read(data)) > 0) {

                // allocate a response message              
                QueueMessage response = new QueueMessage();

                // Set the message's body type to give readers a clue to contents
                // Set a name for the message, note this is optional, but some receivers
                // may choose an action depending on the name specified here
                response.setLabel("Round Trip Response");
                // Note the next line is the critical step, it ties the response message
                // with the original query message. 

                // Get the output stream to fill the body.
                // In this case wrap it with a PrintWriter so that we can have formated output.
                PrintWriter pw = new PrintWriter(new OutputStreamWriter(response.getOutputStream()));
                pw.println("This is the response to the round trip client's query");

                // Connect to the response queue
                MessageQueue responseQueue = MQBuilder.buildMessageQueue(new URI(msg.getResponseQueueName()),user_name,password);
                error = responseQueue.Enqueue(response);
                if (error != Safmq.EC_NOERROR)
                    System.out.println("Error sending: "+Safmq.errorDecode(error));
            } else {
                System.out.println("Error retreiving: "+Safmq.errorDecode(error));
        } catch (MQException mqe) {
        } catch (IOException ioe) {
        } catch (Exception e) {