Name

StreamMessage

Synopsis

A StreamMessage is a Message whose body consists of a stream of serialized Java primitive data items. It is similar in many ways to a BytesMessage, except that the contents of a StreamMessage are read in the same order that they are written by the sender. Otherwise, the StreamMessage has a similar set of read/write methods, and similar rules about how certain data types are read from the message, as the BytesMessage.

                  Returned By
public interface StreamMessage extends javax.jms.Message {
// Public Instance Methods
   public abstract boolean readBoolean() throws JMSException;  
   public abstract byte readByte() throws JMSException;  
   public abstract int readBytes(
        byte[] value) throws JMSException;  
   public abstract char readChar() throws JMSException;  
   public abstract double readDouble() throws JMSException;  
   public abstract float readFloat() throws JMSException;  
   public abstract int readInt() throws JMSException;  
   public abstract long readLong() throws JMSException;  
   public abstract Object readObject() throws JMSException;  
   public abstract short readShort() throws JMSException;  
   public abstract String readString() throws JMSException;  
   public abstract void reset() throws JMSException;  
   public abstract void writeBoolean(
        boolean value) throws JMSException;  
   public abstract void writeByte(
        byte value) throws JMSException;  
   public abstract void writeBytes(
        byte[] value) throws JMSException; ...

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