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From amerigo5 <ameri...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Which Open source MOM
Date Wed, 21 Jun 2006 14:40:52 GMT

Add Open Message Queue (https://mq.dev.java.net/) from Glassfish/SJAS to the
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romje_mentorj wrote:
> 
> Hi Lalit,
> it's a very interesting question...
> Anser can guided by some more information:
> - what is your context of JMS usage ? J2EE or stand-alone mode (mix of
> both solutions)
> 
> What are the available products ?
> JORAM from Objectweb : rock solid , permit many deployments options even
> in embedded contexts, persistance solution is not bad & architecture quite
> complex...
> OpenJMS (sourceforge project) : very nice for first steps but too simple
> for production aware applications
> JBOSS MQ : not usable in stand alone (rewriting will permit succh use
> case)
> ActiveMQ of course
> 
> may be some others???
> 
> ActiveMQ architecture is quite sexy && enables what is the principal
> advantage of JMS: strong decoupling between applications with C++ clients
> connectors...It's quite young so don't have a strong experience of this
> product in production but TCP/IP config is very complete, many connectors
> & very ambitious persistance mode. So I can't see any bad thing with this
> prroduct. I will deploy it very soon in production here (customer site)..
> 
> HTH
> Jerome
> 
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