JMS Tibco queue/topic : how to get messages count of queue?

any one can help he in how to get messages count of tibco queue using java? appreciate any help

thanks in advance
narcist527Asked:
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gurpsbassiCommented:
you want to get the number of messages currently on the queue?
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narcist527Author Commented:
@gurpsbassi, yes. we are using ssl connection . thanks
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gurpsbassiCommented:
And there are no consumers of the queue?
If there are consumers, then the messages will not remain on the queue for you to count.
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narcist527Author Commented:
no one will consume these messages as this is an error tibco queue.
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gurpsbassiCommented:
In that case I would use a QueueBrowser
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narcist527Author Commented:
TibjmsAdmin admin = new TibjmsAdmin(server, username, password);
         
            QueueInfo info = admin.getQueue(queue);

          long  pendingMessages = info.getPendingMessageCount();
            StatData sd = info.getInboundStatistics();
           long TotalMs =sd.getTotalMessages();

it is throwing some security exception even though I am using correct credentials
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gurpsbassiCommented:
found this code on another forum:

javax.jms.QueueBrowser browser = session.createBrowser(queue);

        Enumeration msgs = browser.getEnumeration();

        int Count=0;

        while(msgs.hasMoreElements())
        {
            message = (javax.jms.Message)msgs.nextElement();
            System.out.println("Message"+message);
            Count++;
        }
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