Documnetation for tibrv.jar

Posted on 2008-09-29
Last Modified: 2013-12-29
I am trying to add a name and a field ID to a TibrvMsg.  How do I get this done?
Is there any documentation for this class/jar ?

I need the TIBCO payload to look like the following:
eg: {MsgTyp[1000]="REG" Symbol[1001]="MSFT"  User[1006]="CE" SymTyp[1009]="D"}

Following is the code I am trying, but without Javadocs I am shooting in the dark.
//msg.add(arg0, arg1, arg2, arg3)
msg.add(" SymTyp","D",(short)1009);
msg.add(" Symbol",symbol,(short)1009);

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Question by:WeedenCo

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muktajindal earned 125 total points
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Attaching some of the javadocs for TibrvMsg. To view the files, unzip the attached zip file and change the extension of all the files in it from ".txt" to ".mht".


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