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From Danny Angus <Danny_An...@slc.co.uk>
Subject Status of JMS
Date Tue, 04 Nov 2003 15:49:34 GMT




TBH Noel I'd rather explore JMX, I've been looking at JBOSS 4 and its JMX
architecture seems to describe what I'd like to see James have.
I'm certainly not convinced that JMS is really the best approach. It would
be sadly ironic if we end up with James performance suffering because of
JMS queue issues.

OTOH if it works I'm for it. :-)

d.

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What is being used for JMS, and how available is this for other ASF
projects?  We have a possible use for JMS in a future revision of James,
and
it would be helpful to have JMS support generically available in Avalon.

For our purposes, a JMS implementation should be fast and lightweight,
support in-process and remote messaging, and persistence.

FWIW, Dave Walend's Somnifugi (http://somnifugi.sourceforge.net/) is an
in-process JMS.

 --- Noel


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