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Component/s: C++ Client
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.7 (Santiago)
The qpid-cpp code has been built with qpid-proton version 0.10.
The broker is ActiveMQ 5.12.1.
The protocol used in AMQP 1.0.
I create a temporary queue by creating a receiver with "#" as queue name. So far so good. The problem comes when I try to send a reply on that queue. If I use the Address, then it works, but not if I use the resulting queue name.
In C++ this is easy to work around, just use the result from receiver.getAddress() when setting the reply-to queue and use the sender constructor that takes an Address object.
In Python this becomes a bit of a problem since the SWIG:ed methods gets rid of the Address object and returns a string instead. I have to call the private method message._getReplyTo() to get it to work. If I use message.reply_to or message.getReplyTo() I get a string instead, which does not work.
If I use the reply-to queue name when creating the sender, a queue named "temp-queue:" is created (the actual queue name is something like "temp-queue://ID:myhostname-48781-1447769813910-2:47564:0").