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From Stefano Bagnara <apa...@bago.org>
Subject Re: JAMES technology uplift
Date Wed, 02 May 2007 12:06:29 GMT
Bernd Fondermann ha scritto:
> From my experience EJB incl. MDB does _not_ open options for
> deplyoment, they _narrow_ them.
> You would need an EJB container, and add much more footprint by the
> way than by adding a JMS implementation.
> 
> There are so many lightweight and more flexible component models.
> Spring also offers lightweight messaging, transactions etc.

+1

> One important observation to add: We are talking about general
> architectural overview and what backends to use for some concerns
> (storage, message proc).
> 
> But. What is completely missing is the important glue in between. The
> APIs which describe how components interact and what each component
> does. And I am not satisfied how it is done ATM. The object model
> would need to be revisited nevertheless.
> 
>  Bernd

I agree.

I guess Noel was suggesting that SMTP server communicate with the main
spooler/container via JMS/JCR apis. I'm not completely convinced by this
idea: maybe we need much simpler contracts for message submission and
jms/jcr can be used to write exchangeable implementations.

Stefano


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