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From cafe <>
Subject Re: Is so good ActiveMQ’s InputStream?
Date Mon, 29 Jan 2007 06:58:15 GMT

Actually those questions are opposite to my point.  Let mi tell you:
My app need to send files (over 300mg) to different clients (over 100
clients in different PC) so I need only a strategy for sending and receiving
these files. Now my questions are:
1-What happen if a connection is lost when the files are being sending or
2-What about the performance of activeMQ when it most manages these
transfers simultaneously? 

Christopher G. Stach II wrote:
> cafe wrote:
>> sorry, the question is about Stream 
>> cafe wrote:
>>> Is so good ActiveMQ’s InputStream?
>>> My question is, if is better for transfer files between 300 MB and 500
>>> MB
>>> using activeMQ’s InputStream or to do that manually the programmer?  
>>> Is more reliable let do the transfer to activeMQ?  
> What else would it be about?
> I haven't seen any objective performance comparisons, so that just
> brings up more questions.
> 1. How much will it cost to design and implement your own strategy vs.
> using JMS/AMQ?
> 2. How well will AMQ perform compared to a generic file transfer
> implementation?
> 3. How much will the infrastructure for your implementation cost vs.
> AMQ's?
> 4. Will either serve your application's needs?
> etc. etc. etc.
> -- 
> Christopher G. Stach II

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