When setting the namedReplyTo attribute on an endpoint, the reply to destination always gets created with the same type (topic or queue) as the endpoint. When configuring routes using the namedReplyTo in the URI, there is no way to make the reply to destination a topic if the endpoint is a queue, or a queue if the endpoint is a topic.
It seems that there should be some way to indicate in the namedReplyTo value if the reply to destination should be a topic or queue.
As an example, I've been looking at the InOutQueueProducerSyncLoadTest and seeing that when creating the reply to destination, InOutProducer.java (line 93) uses the endpoint's isTopic() value to indicate whether the destination should be a topic or a queue. Maybe the topic flag should be determined based on the value of namedReplyTo so it does not always have to be the same type as the endpoint.