QAnywhere allows you to define your own client message store properties using the QAnywhere C++, Java, SQL or .NET APIs. These properties are shared between applications connected to the same message store. They are also synchronized to the server message store so that they are available to server-side transmission rules for this client.
Client message store property names are case insensitive. You can use a sequence of letters, digits, and underscores, but the first character must be a letter. The following names are reserved and may not be used as message store property names:
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