Filtering of messages in Topic

i have a requirement like i would be having multiple messages in a TOPIC which are of store messages(store 1-10).how can i filter or pick only those messages which are of store 1 or 2 etc and my remaining messages shouldn't be lost.

Hi Ravi,
I don't know if you still are looking for an answer, but anyway heres one way to do it:
You can use the message selector in your .wsdl file to choose which messages to retrieve from the topic.
You write that you don't want to lose messages from the other stores. Remember that if nobody is subscribing to a given message on a topic there is no reason for the message to be on that topic and it will be - as you put it - lost.
Kind regards

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