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How to use JMS Selector Query in JNDI Step

Question asked by Balamuruganravir on Mar 13, 2016
Latest reply on Mar 15, 2016 by Balamuruganravir

Use Case: I have the test case which publish the request into JMS topic and subscribe the response from other topic.

I am able to publish request successfully. But unable to subscribe the response, getting “No response was returned. Either the timeout occurred or there were problems.  Check your server logs.” Error. When I check in the server actually there are multiple response is available at the subscription topic, In JMS Selector query pane what selector query I should write to filter my response .I tried the below syntax  Properties.messageSender == "myvalue"  but it’s not working.

 

Version: DevTest 8.0.1

Using JNDI Test Step

Can somebody help me to resolve this problem?

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