Interface TemporaryQueue

All Superinterfaces:
Destination, Queue

public interface TemporaryQueue
extends Queue

A TemporaryQueue object is a unique Queue object created for the duration of a Connection. It is a system-defined queue that can be consumed only by the Connection that created it.

A TemporaryQueue object can be created at either the Session or QueueSession level. Creating it at the Session level allows to the TemporaryQueue to participate in transactions with objects from the Pub/Sub domain. If it is created at the QueueSession, it will only be able participate in transactions with objects from the PTP domain.

See Also:
Session#createTemporaryQueue(), QueueSession#createTemporaryQueue()

Method Summary
 void delete()
          Deletes this temporary queue.
Methods inherited from interface javax.jms.Queue
getQueueName, toString

Method Detail


void delete()
            throws JMSException
Deletes this temporary queue. If there are existing receivers still using it, a JMSException will be thrown.

JMSException - if the JMS provider fails to delete the temporary queue due to some internal error.

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