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From "Asankha C. Perera" <>
Subject Re: Supporting mediators that initiate messages
Date Thu, 14 Jun 2007 10:23:31 GMT

I prefer the transport approach.. rather than letting mediators start 
creating threads, it seems the neater and more appropriate approach. I 
have been thinking of how we should best support new transports into 
Synapse / Axis2. Now that we have built the JMS and non-blocking http/s 
we should be able to quickly complete ftp, file, xmpp and other 
transports of importance, and donate these back to Axis2 once mature.


Paul Fremantle wrote:
> A while back we talked about having mediators be able to spawn a
> thread and initiate messages into the Synapse environment.
> I've been thinking about how to implement a file-based model to allow
> Synapse to poll a directory. The current model to implement this would
> be to create a new Axis2 transport, which obviously will work.
> However, I'd like to make it a little easier to interface with other
> systems, and it seems like maybe simply kicking a mediator once its
> instantiated with an init() call could allow a mediator to start some
> workers.
> Thoughts?

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