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From Kosta <gklyuz...@yahoo.com>
Subject It is possible to configure Broker/Client to use reliable-UDP-protocol for Topics and TCP/IP for Queues?
Date Wed, 18 Jun 2008 21:16:19 GMT

It is possible to configure Broker/Client to use reliable-UDP-protocol for
Topics and TCP/IP for Queues?
It is possible to configure Broker/Client to use UDP
multicast/multicast-protocol for Topics and TCP/IP for Queues?

In other words could application create connection with different underlying
protocol dedicated for Queues and Topics and force Broker to use desired
protocol for different destination types including Temporary Queues and
Topics?

In addition it should be possible to configure in such way that all
synchronous requests from client(create connection, consumer, ect) should
use reliable TCP/IP(as default) and only Publishing and Consume of the
messages should be done via UDP or reliable UDP or multicast.


BTW, what is the state of reliable-UDP-protocol? 
We need a working reliable layer on top of UDP which is capable of handling
re-requests of missing packets etc. and able to push Messages to all
subscribers at once but not via TCP/IP (Point to Point). Tibco like and
hardware based messaging solutions.

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