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  1. JMS Provider Recommendations (6 messages)

    Do you have any recommendations based on personal experience for a JMS provider that "works good" with WebSphere 4.0?

    Thanks,
    Jeff

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    We've been using MQ with IBM's JMS implementation without any problems.
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    Thank you David! That is good news! We will plan on evaluating their product. I am highly disappointed IBM doesn't have a message bean solution yet. I will be looking at a work around to this...asynchronous session bean calls... Thanks again!
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    They sort of do. While WAS 4.0 does not support the EJB 2.0 spec, they have a kindof MDB solution. I think they call it WebSphere Enterprise Services and it's probably only available in the Enterprise edition of WAS 4.0. This might start you in the right direction.

    http://www-4.ibm.com/software/webservers/appserv/enterprise.html

    I haven't had a chance to play with it yet, so I don't know how well it works.

    - Dave
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    Thanks so much Dave! I will check it out!
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    I've used SonicMQ, FioranaMQ, and Spirit-Soft. I strongly recommend SonicMQ by Progress Software. Is a proven JMS implementation. Additionally, their support staff is simply awesome. They're willing to help anytime, anywhere. If there's a problem with the product, they work continuously until it is fixed.

    I have no relation to Progress Software. I just think their product rocks.
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    Thanks Dan! SonicMQ is on my radar screen. Have you used it with WebSphere?

    We currently have WAS 4.0 Advanced Edition, so I need to compare WAS 4.0 Ent. Edition's solution (Dave mentioned) vs. the messaging products.

    Thanks again!