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   22   package javax.jms;
   23   
   24   /** A <CODE>QueueConnection</CODE> object is an active connection to a 
   25    * point-to-point JMS provider. A client uses a <CODE>QueueConnection</CODE> 
   26    * object to create one or more <CODE>QueueSession</CODE> objects
   27    * for producing and consuming messages.
   28    *
   29    *<P>A <CODE>QueueConnection</CODE> can be used to create a
   30    * <CODE>QueueSession</CODE>, from which specialized  queue-related objects
   31    * can be created.
   32    * A more general, and recommended, approach is to use the 
   33    * <CODE>Connection</CODE> object.
   34    * 
   35    *
   36    * <P>The <CODE>QueueConnection</CODE> object
   37    * should be used to support existing code that has already used it.
   38    *
   39    * <P>A <CODE>QueueConnection</CODE> cannot be used to create objects 
   40    * specific to the   publish/subscribe domain. The
   41    * <CODE>createDurableConnectionConsumer</CODE> method inherits
   42    * from  <CODE>Connection</CODE>, but must throw an 
   43    * <CODE>IllegalStateException</CODE>
   44    * if used from <CODE>QueueConnection</CODE>.
   45    *
   46    * @see         javax.jms.Connection
   47    * @see         javax.jms.ConnectionFactory
   48    * @see	 javax.jms.QueueConnectionFactory
   49    */
   50   
   51   public interface QueueConnection extends Connection
   52   {
   53   
   54      /** Creates a <CODE>QueueSession</CODE> object.
   55       *  
   56       * @param transacted indicates whether the session is transacted
   57       * @param acknowledgeMode indicates whether the consumer or the
   58       * client will acknowledge any messages it receives; ignored if the session
   59       * is transacted. Legal values are <code>Session.AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE</code>, 
   60       * <code>Session.CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE</code>, and 
   61       * <code>Session.DUPS_OK_ACKNOWLEDGE</code>.
   62       *  
   63       * @return a newly created queue session
   64       *  
   65       * @exception JMSException if the <CODE>QueueConnection</CODE> object fails
   66       *                         to create a session due to some internal error or
   67       *                         lack of support for the specific transaction
   68       *                         and acknowledgement mode.
   69       *
   70       * @see Session#AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE 
   71       * @see Session#CLIENT_ACKNOWLEDGE 
   72       * @see Session#DUPS_OK_ACKNOWLEDGE 
   73       */
   74   
   75      QueueSession createQueueSession(boolean transacted, int acknowledgeMode) throws JMSException;
   76   
   77      /** Creates a connection consumer for this connection (optional operation).
   78       * This is an expert facility not used by regular JMS clients.
   79       *
   80       * @param queue the queue to access
   81       * @param messageSelector only messages with properties matching the
   82       * message selector expression are delivered. A value of null or
   83       * an empty string indicates that there is no message selector 
   84       * for the message consumer.
   85       * @param sessionPool the server session pool to associate with this 
   86       * connection consumer
   87       * @param maxMessages the maximum number of messages that can be
   88       * assigned to a server session at one time
   89       *
   90       * @return the connection consumer
   91       *  
   92       * @exception JMSException if the <CODE>QueueConnection</CODE> object fails
   93       *                         to create a connection consumer due to some
   94       *                         internal error or invalid arguments for 
   95       *                         <CODE>sessionPool</CODE> and 
   96       *                         <CODE>messageSelector</CODE>.
   97       * @exception InvalidDestinationException if an invalid queue is specified.
   98       * @exception InvalidSelectorException if the message selector is invalid.
   99       * @see javax.jms.ConnectionConsumer
  100       */
  101   
  102      ConnectionConsumer createConnectionConsumer(Queue queue, String messageSelector, ServerSessionPool sessionPool,
  103            int maxMessages) throws JMSException;
  104   }

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