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From "James Strachan" <james.strac...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Reliable web-service messaging via ActiveMQ
Date Mon, 10 Dec 2007 06:57:45 GMT
On 08/12/2007, david.la <mehdi.aitoufkir@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
> I'd like to use ActiveMQ to handle message between web-service.
>
> Basically, one service is the client of another web-service. I planning on
> using asynchronous message to send the request because the client doesn't
> need to wait for the response. The important constraint I have is  I want it
> to be reliable. I really need the action to happen. The client application
> is a PHP application. The target service is a high performance web-service
> written in C.
>
> I understand that the MOM (ActiveMQ) will provide this reliability but since
> I have a PHP and a C application I will probably have to use STOMP.
> 1/ I'd like to know how reliable is STOMP (compared to HTTP)?
> 2/ And if I'm going in right the direction to address my requirements?

Stomp has the same reliability mechanisms as JMS; namely that you can
use atomic transactions to consume a message, process it and send the
response together with all the usual persistence & acknowledgement
options
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James
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