yes, thats correct, The spec says that this is ignored when the message is sent.
Thanks for the quick answer;
The delivery mode on the message is always ignored?
Just for my benefit, do you happen to remember where in the spec its mentioned? I wouldnt mind refreshing myself on it.
section 3.4.2 eludes to it. you can set it after receive but thats it. its really only used by the JMS layer itself to set it to what ever the default is.
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btw, if you wondering why this is on the API but ignored its bercause of JMS 1.1 Sect. 3.11.4: A provider must be prepared to accept, from a client, a message whose implementation is not one of its own.