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Use this page to view the details and contents of a JMS message.
A unique identifier for the message.
The delivery mode is either Persistent or Non-Persistent.
The message type, such as BytesMessage, TextMessage, StreamMessage, ObjectMessage, MapMessage, or XMLMessage.
A user-defined identifier for the message, often used to correlate messages about the same subject
The time the message arrived on the destination.
The expiration, or time-to-live value, for a message.
An indicator of the level of importance or urgency of the message, with 0 as the lowest priority and 9 as the highest. Usually, 0-4 are gradients of normal priority and 5-9 are gradients of expedited priority. Priority is set to 4 by default.
Indicates whether the message was redelivered or not.
The earliest absolute time at which a message can be delivered to a consumer.
The number of redelivery tries a message can have before it is moved to an error destination.
Every JMS message contains a standard set of header fields that is included by default and available to message consumers. Some fields can be set by the message producers.
The message content.