Data Engineering Streaming 10.5.2
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Destination to which the message is sent. JMS destinations can be a message queue or a recipient who listens for messages based on the message topic.
Delivery mode of the message. The delivery mode can be persistent or non-persistent.
Unique identification value for the message.
Time at which the message was handed off to the provider to be sent to the destination.
Links one message with another. For example, JMSCorrelationID can link a response message with the corresponding request message.
Destination to which a reply message can be sent.
Indicates that a message might have been delivered previously, but not acknowledged.
Type of message based on a description of the message. For example, if a message contains a stock trade, the message type might be stock trade.
Amount of time in milliseconds the message remains valid. The messages remain in memory during this period.
Priority of the message from 0-9. 0 is the lowest priority. 9 is the highest.
Updated April 21, 2022