Friday, April 5, 2002 08:29 AM
I'm in the process of developing a very similar system using temp dyn queues for each client's reply and one request queue. I haven't seen any problems yet but this is no where near production code. The JMS API provides a QueueSession#createTemporaryQueue method for this very purpose.
I imagine that the MQ admins may have a concern if there are too many temp queues floating around in the system.
One thing to remember is that the JMS messages by default are sent as persistent, so make sure that you indicate non persistent messages when sending to a temp queue.