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Have you tried tracing the message in OSB itself before it is written to the queue?
Yes, $body=%3C%3Fxml%20version%3D%221, i am getting the message which i am posting.
Edited by: KalpanaJgl on Apr 25, 2013 4:00 AM
The numbers are just an artifact of the way the message is being displayed by the console. They are a binary representation of your string data.
Specifically, it looks like the view you're using shows a binary representation, in hex, on the left hand side, and an ASCII representation on the right hand side.
"72" is ASCII hex for "r"
"73" is ASCII hex for "s"
and, on the next line
"69" is ASCII hex for "i"
Edited by: Tom B on Apr 25, 2013 5:59 PM
But, if i want to store only $body=%3C%3Fxml%20version%3D%221 in the queue, how can i do it?
I am afraid if the message is consumed by any service will this extra characters also get creeped in?
No extra characters have crept in - the contents of the message are unchanged from the original sender, and the view is not adding any extra data. The view is simply displaying the contents of the message in an alternate way - e.g. it's showing the contents both (A) as hex and (B) as ascii.
Thanks Tom for the clarification!