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From Swampcritter <michael.wors...@morris.com>
Subject Re: Proof of Concept
Date Wed, 28 May 2008 15:30:25 GMT

I guess I am not making myself clear, so I will post the question in another
way...

As the system administrator for our infrastructure, we currently have a
legacy application called 'Fileman' that is a C/C++ program that runs on
multiple servers and communicates with other Fileman instances by opening
every TCP port across our internal network and then transmits data files
from once instance to another instance, but on the file sender and receiver
locations (think of it as an enhanced 'rsync' listener):

i.e. server.mydomain.com:/web/domain.com/working/inbound

I am trying to see if Active MQ can be utilized as a replacement for a
message transaction system between multiple servers.

Coming from an IBM MQ Series background (i.e. v5.0 to 5.2.1), all I needed
to do originally would be to setup the queue manager, the queues and
channels between servers. I would also use IBM's Q.exe application for
putting and getting messages from the Queues via a Trigger Queue Monitor. 

Here is a link of what I am looking at accomplishing:
http://middleware.its.state.nc.us/middleware/Documentation/html/csqzal05/csqzal0539.htm

As for my programming background: I have ZERO Java programming experience. 
The best I can offer is shell scripting (ksh/bash/sh).


mtlZhen wrote:
> 
> you can DefaultMessageListenerContainer in Spring context. Please refer to
> Spring documentation.
> 

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