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package org.apache.activemq;

import javax.jms.JMSException;
import javax.jms.Queue;
import javax.jms.QueueReceiver;

import org.apache.activemq.command.ActiveMQDestination;
import org.apache.activemq.command.ConsumerId;

 * A client uses a <CODE>QueueReceiver</CODE> object to receive messages that
 * have been delivered to a queue. <p/>
 * <P>
 * Although it is possible to have multiple <CODE>QueueReceiver</CODE> s for
 * the same queue, the JMS API does not define how messages are distributed
 * between the <CODE>QueueReceiver</CODE>s. <p/>
 * <P>
 * If a <CODE>QueueReceiver</CODE> specifies a message selector, the messages
 * that are not selected remain on the queue. By definition, a message selector
 * allows a <CODE>QueueReceiver</CODE> to skip messages. This means that when
 * the skipped messages are eventually read, the total ordering of the reads
 * does not retain the partial order defined by each message producer. Only
 * <CODE>QueueReceiver</CODE> s without a message selector will read messages
 * in message producer order. <p/>
 * <P>
 * Creating a <CODE>MessageConsumer</CODE> provides the same features as
 * creating a <CODE>QueueReceiver</CODE>. A <CODE>MessageConsumer</CODE>
 * object is recommended for creating new code. The <CODE>QueueReceiver
 * </CODE>
 * is provided to support existing code.
 * @see javax.jms.Session#createConsumer(javax.jms.Destination, String)
 * @see javax.jms.Session#createConsumer(javax.jms.Destination)
 * @see javax.jms.QueueSession#createReceiver(Queue, String)
 * @see javax.jms.QueueSession#createReceiver(Queue)
 * @see javax.jms.MessageConsumer

public class ActiveMQQueueReceiver extends ActiveMQMessageConsumer implements QueueReceiver {

     * @param theSession
     * @param value
     * @param destination
     * @param messageSelector
     * @param prefetch
     * @param asyncDispatch
     * @throws JMSException
    protected ActiveMQQueueReceiver(ActiveMQSession theSession, ConsumerId consumerId,
                                    ActiveMQDestination destination, String selector, int prefetch,
                                    int maximumPendingMessageCount, boolean asyncDispatch)
        throws JMSException {
        super(theSession, consumerId, destination, null, selector, prefetch, maximumPendingMessageCount,
              false, false, asyncDispatch, null);

     * Gets the <CODE>Queue</CODE> associated with this queue receiver.
     * @return this receiver's <CODE>Queue</CODE>
     * @throws JMSException if the JMS provider fails to get the queue for this
     *                 queue receiver due to some internal error.

    public Queue getQueue() throws JMSException {
        return (Queue)super.getDestination();

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