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From soody <atins...@gmail.com>
Subject JCA container or DefaultMessageListenerContainer
Date Mon, 16 Feb 2009 10:16:23 GMT

I was going through how JMS can be configured using Springs. In one of my
previous posts on consumer pooling in JMS I was told I can use any of these.
Can anyone please highlight what are the pros and cons of each of these and
when to use which. 

Also how to go about consumer side pooling in case I don't wish to use
springs. Another thing I was told that it is difficult to do consumer
pooling because 
"The main problem with consumer pooling is that if you don't consume 
messages when the broker dispatches them to the consumer, they will 
stay there until the consumer is closed.  So you can not really have 
consumers waiting in a pool."

My question is when can this scenario arise. Doesn't I have a Message
listener registered always and isn't the listener suppsd to take care of
handling each msg as and when it arrives.



Regards
Atin Sood
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