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From "praveen.sharma" <praveen.sha...@ll.mit.edu>
Subject OpenWire vs. STOMP
Date Wed, 10 Feb 2010 18:13:05 GMT

What are the pros and cons of OPenWire and STOMP?  The ones I know are that
the former uses binary encoding while the latter utilize text-based
encoding.  Also, both of them operate on more or less similar underling
protocols.

I have also gone through all the documentation I could find on STOMP.  But,
I have not yet figured out why will some one go for STOMP when OPenWire is
so efficient?  Why would someone like the textual transparency at the
wire-level?

--Praveen
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