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Doing request/reply over Solace websockets using a custom replyTo Destination

tkunnumpurathtkunnumpurath Member, Employee Posts: 2

If you have a requirement to using a custom replyTo destination for your request using the Solace Websockets API - follow along this tutorial - https://solace.com/samples/solace-samples-javascript/request-reply/ and make the following enhancements:

Add the following function to the BasicRequestor.js -

requestor.subscribe = function (topicName) { 
         if (requestor.session !== null) { if (requestor.subscribed) { requestor.log('Already subscribed to "' + topicName
        + '" and ready to receive messages.');
        } else {
            requestor.log('Subscribing to topic: ' + topicName); 
            try { 
                requestor.session.subscribe( 
                    solace.SolclientFactory.createTopicDestination(topicName),
                    true, // generate confirmation when subscription is added successfully topicName, // use topic name as correlation key
                    10000 // 10 seconds timeout for this operation 
                ); 
            }
             catch (error) { 
                 requestor.log(error.toString()); 
             } 
            } 
            } else 
            { 
                requestor.log('Cannot subscribe because not connected to Solace message router.');
            }
        };

In the requestor.request function, add the following lines of code:

var replyTo = 'REPLY/TOPIC';
request.setReplyTo(solace.SolclientFactory.createTopicDestination(replyTo));
requestor.subscribe(replyTo);
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