1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 14, 2009 12:11 PM by Ronald van Kuijk

    Variable and Looking Up Token

    Brad Davis Novice

      I have a pattern I am trying to use to asynchronously signal a process to continue. Unfortunately, because I need to do this between clusters and to a particular queue, I am not able to leverage the "async" attribute in this case.

      So, I am trying to figure out how to reference a token, and correlate back to that token when I receive a message in a MDB.

      Currently, I took the Token ID and used that to correlate. However, I get ID not found exception when I do the lookup in the MDB.

      I am using 3.2.3; I have data on the token that I could use to look the token up through hibernate, but would need some information related to how to query the token when referencing the variables mapped to its instance.

      Thanks,
      Brad

        • 1. Re: Variable and Looking Up Token
          Ronald van Kuijk Master

           

          Unfortunately, because I need to do this between clusters and to a particular queue, I am not able to leverage the "async" attribute in this case.

          Why not?

          So, I am trying to figure out how to reference a token, and correlate back to that token when I receive a message in a MDB.

          Currently, I took the Token ID and used that to correlate. However, I get ID not found exception when I do the lookup in the MDB.

          Maybe it is not persisted yet