On 9 November 2015 at 17:09, aconway <acon...@redhat.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 2015-11-09 at 13:49 +0000, Marinov, Vladimir wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> We are implementing AMQP support in our messaging server and for that
>> purpose we use Proton-j 0.9.1. I'm currently trying to implement
>> transactional acquisition and I'm stuck with the following:
>> When a client tries to acquire messages transactionally from the
>> server, it send a flow frame with a 'txn-id' entry in its properties
>> so I need to access this information. The thing is that in the
>> onLinkFlow handler method I get an object of type Event which doesn't
>> seem to contain the txn-id (it actually seems pretty blank) and I
>> can't find it anywhere else. On the other hand, I'm pretty certain
>> this information is sent to us because we trace incoming frames in
>> our trace handler and the flow frames all contain txn-id. Am I
>> missing something and do you have any suggestions?
>> Regards,
>> Vladimir
> The information is there, I've had to scrape it out before. I believe
> it is is part of the delivery disposition state:
> pn_event_delivery_t(),
> pn_delivery_remote_state(),
> pn_disposition_something_my_memory_isnt_what_it_used_to_be()
> Give me a shout if you can't track it down, I wrote code in qpidd at
> some point that did something with the TXN id, I can find it need be.
> Cheers,
> Alan.

I believe you are thinking of transactional retirement, whereas
Vladimir is talking about transactional acquisition, which uses the
flow frame for some of the process rather than disposition frames.


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