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  1. Synchronous JMS (3 messages)

    I have some questions about simulating synchrounous behavior using JMS.

    1. Is it part of the J2EE spec
    2. How do i implement it (temporary response ques?)
    3. Is there any other ways of doing this. Using
       for example: Websphere MQ

    Thanx!

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  2. Synchronous JMS[ Go to top ]

    Per,
    I think you should take a look on GigaSpaces.
    We provide JMS solution on top of our native JavaSpaces API.
    JavaSpaces allows you synchronous and a-synchronous dialog messaging in a very simple API.
    http://www.javaworld.com/jw-11-1999/jw-11-jiniology.html
    See also:
    http://today.java.net/pub/a/today/2005/06/03/loose.html

    To download:
    http://www.gigaspaces.com/os_overview.html

    Shay
    GigaSpaces Product Manager
  3. Synchronous JMS[ Go to top ]

    I have some questions about simulating synchrounous behavior using JMS.1. Is it part of the J2EE spec2. How do i implement it (temporary response ques?)3. Is there any other ways of doing this. Using   for example: Websphere MQThanx!


    use google.com

    1. JMS is part of the J2EE specs.
    2. you can use j2ee.jar to access/create a JMS queue as long as you have a JMS provider(ActiveMQ, weblogic JMS,etc..) free one is activeMQ.
    3. you can use the properirty JMS API that most JMS providers ship with..i don't suggest this..u should use only the JMS API that comes with the j2ee jars. javax.*
  4. Synchronous JMS[ Go to top ]

    I have some questions about simulating synchrounous behavior using JMS.1. Is it part of the J2EE spec2. How do i implement it (temporary response ques?)3. Is there any other ways of doing this. Using   for example: Websphere MQThanx!
    use google.com1. JMS is part of the J2EE specs.2. you can use j2ee.jar to access/create a JMS queue as long as you have a JMS provider(ActiveMQ, weblogic JMS,etc..) free one is activeMQ.3. you can use the properirty JMS API that most JMS providers ship with..i don't suggest this..u should use only the JMS API that comes with the j2ee jars. javax.*

    Agreed with all of that.

    BTW the JMS API itself comes with 2 classes, QueueRequestor and TopicRequestor which do synchronous request-reponse over JMS.

    More background on request-response over JMS here
    http://activemq.org/How+should+I+implement+request+response+with+JMS

    James
    LogicBlaze
    Fuse: the Open Source SOA runtime