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From Cristian Botiza <>
Subject RE: best approach to transfer large File, modify content on receive
Date Wed, 03 Mar 2010 11:17:11 GMT
I would look for some streaming options in ActiveMQ if you want to send the full file. But
100 MB is quite huge...anyway see class BytesMessage. You may try using a BufferedStream around
the byte array, or read it in chuncks using readBytes(byte[]).

From: dara kok []
Sent: 03 March 2010 13:05
Subject: RE: best approach to transfer large File, modify content on receive

So you think sending the file in full size is not performance efficient? I
wonder what happens when the receiving app get the file, will the full
content of the file load into memory or will just part of it will get loaded
and the rest will load on demand?


Can you chunk the file? In this case you might split it between multiple
producers and consumers
and play with the number of producers/consumers and chunck size. You may
send and process chuncks
concurrently and also limit the message size.

Just one option...
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