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The attributes described in Table A.1 can be used on all elements used to configure a consumer endpoint.

Table A.1. Common Consumer Endpoint Property Attributes

connectionFactorystringSpecifies a reference to the bean configuring the connection factory which is to be used by the endpoint.yes
serviceQNameSpecifies the service name of the proxied endpoint.yes
endpointstringSpecifies the endpoint name of the proxied endpoint.yes
interfaceNameQNameSpecifies the interface name of the proxied
jms102 booleanSpecifies if the consumer uses JMS 1.0.2 compliant (defaults to false)
pubSubDomaimbooleanSpecifies if the destination is a
replyDeliveryModeintSpecifies the JMS delivery mode used for the (defaults to PERSISTENT(2))
replyDestinationNamestringSpecifies the name of the JMS destination to use for the (if not set replyDestination or destinationChooser is used)
replyExplicitQosEnabledbooleanSpecifies if the QoS values specified for the endpoint are explicitly used when the reply is (default is false)
replyPriorityintSpecifies the JMS message priority of the (defaults to 4)
replyTimeToLivelongSpecifies the number of milliseconds the reply message is (defaults to unlimited)
statelessbooleanSpecifies if the consumer retains state information about the message exchange while it is in
synchronousbooleanSpecifies if the consumer will block while waiting for a response. This means the consumer can only process one message at a (defaults to true)
targetEndpointstringSpecifies the endpoint name of the target (defaults to the endpoint attribute)
targetInterfaceQNameSpecifies the interface name of the target
targetServiceQNameSpecifies the service name of the target (defaults to the service attribute)
targetUristringSpecifies the URI of the target
useMessageIdInResponsebooleanSpecifies if the request message's ID is used as the reply's correlation (defaults to false meaning the request's correlation ID is used)

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