Domain: Messaging: JMS Smoke Test
Buttons Column Display Configuration Options
Use this page to browse JMS destinations, browse messages in a specific JMS destination, and manipulate messages.
Name Description Provider
The JMS provider for this destination.
The type of destination.
The name of the destination.
List of durable subscribers, if any.
Enter Selector Expression
A message selector is a boolean expression. It consists of a String with a syntax similar to the where clause of an SQL select statement.
Name Description Filter Messages
Enables you to filter the messages on the destination based on any valid JMS message header or property.
Creates new messages to be sent to a destination.
View the contents of a selected message.
Drains all messages from the destination.
Exports a message in XML format, which results in the creation or replacement of a message on the specified destination.
Imports a message in XML format, which results in the creation or replacement of a message on the specified destination.
Name Description Message ID
A unique identifier for the message. Clicking ID sorts messages in either ascending or descending order by message ID.
The time a message arrives on the destination. WebLogic JMS writes the time stamp in the message when it accepts the message for delivery, not when the application sends the message.
The JMS message type, such as BytesMessage, TextMessage, StreamMessage, ObjectMessage, MapMessage, or XMLMessage.
An indicator of the level of importance or urgency of a 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.
The size of a message in bytes.
A correlation ID is a user-defined identifier for the message, often used to correlate messages about the same subject.
The current state of a message, which could be one of DELAYED, EXPIRED, ORDERED, PAUSED, RECEIVE, REDELIVERY_COUNT_EXCEEDED, SEND, TRANSACTION, or VISIBLE.
Indicates whether a message is PERSISTENT or NON_PERSISTENT.
The expiration, or time-to-live value, for a message.
The earliest absolute time at which a message can be delivered to a consumer.
The maximum number of redelivery attempts a message can have before it is moved to an error destination.