Thanks for the info.
I did check those bits and they were set.

To complete this thread: 

I did find my problem.  In my code I allocated enough bytes in the send 
buffer for two ints (marker and size), but I was sending them as Varint32's.
I changed it to send Uint32's and things are working now.

On Monday, January 21, 2013 1:47:48 AM UTC-5, Feng Xiao wrote:
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> You need to ensure that message.has_id() and message.has_type() are both 
> true before sending the message.
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