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From zackhasit <zackha...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Implementing Request Response mechanism
Date Tue, 21 Aug 2012 00:17:55 GMT
>>So, that request-response recipe uses temporary destinations to route
messages. Your use-case is that of request-throttling and load-balancing the
'service'.

Not really. There is no service but a transport queue which could be IPC for
that matter. I may not have explained it well but I have the client which
sends the request to server and server has to respond to same client after
processing the message but onto his remote broker. Here only difference is
that each have their own brokers for receiving but they send to remote
broker. I have attached a picture to make it clear. Please let me know if it
makes sense. http://activemq.2283324.n4.nabble.com/file/n4655342/temp.PNG
temp.PNG 
Converting the temporary queue to non temporary one is trivial I think
(using right method really). Note that I have no requirement to use HTTP or
have a "service" . I am trying to do what I have in Diagram with request
response model. Just figuring out how to do it. The reason for using Active
MQ is the features such as persistence which could be used in future.



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