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Posted on 2013-11-06
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Hi guys
I have a scenario where I have a folder c:\messages.
I am listening a queue for text messages (jms.Textmessage)
I have two requirments
To save the Textmessage in the messages folder. The Textmessage file name should be the messageid.( messageid is unique for each Textmessage).

If the Textmessage file already exists in the messages folder then it should not be saved.

Any idea how I can go about doing this? Any help with code is greatly appreciated.
Thanks.
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Question by:royjayd
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by:mccarl
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Have you already got some code that we can start from?
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by:royjayd
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Yeah,


// my listener which is listening for Textmessages on the Queue.
Public class Mylistener{

Public void onMessage(Jaxax.jms.Message message){
if (message instanceOf Jaxax.jms.TextMessage){
String messageId = message.getJmsMessageId();

// here I want to check if a Textmessage file with filename as messageId already exists in the
// C:\messages folder. If it doesn't exist then add the Textmessage to the messages folder.
}
}
}

Thx.
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mccarl earned 2000 total points
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Ok, so the code that you would need to insert is simply something like this...
String filename = "C:\\messages\\" + messageId;             // Customize this further if you want all the files to have a file extension, etc  (eg. you could add        + ".txt"      to the end of that to make them all text files)
File file = new File(fileName);
if (!file.exists()) {
    FileOutputStream os = new FileOutputStream(file);
    os.write(((TextMessage) message).getText().getBytes());
    os.close();
}

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