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From Stanczak Group <>
Subject Re: JMS usage question
Date Mon, 16 Jul 2007 16:42:05 GMT
So far the only method I see of having many unknown clients is to use 
temporary queues, but is that how I should be doing it?

Stanczak Group wrote:
> I seem to be confused at what type of client should uses JMS as a 
> communication platform. For example you have a Tomcat web server with 
> a custom application. Clients use their web browser to access that web 
> application. Does JMS fit in this same model? What I mean is can I use 
> JMS (ActiveMQ) as my Tomcat server? Some documents talk like it would 
> be, yet others seem to focus on internal communication between 
> applications. Like it's not designed for public client access like 
> HTTP. Can someone help me clear my confusion here? I guess what I'm 
> looking for is something like OpenFire that allows many clients to 
> connect at once. I'm building a rich client and need a good 
> communication platform.

Justin Stanczak
Stanczak Group

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