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From Marko Asplund <>
Subject Re: Messaging protocol selection
Date Wed, 09 Oct 2013 05:22:20 GMT
Christian Posta wrote:
> Using the default protocol (Openwire) for Java.
> Use STOMP for your PHP needs.
> Apollo has had some good community use. It's not a feature-complete
> replacement for ActiveMQ 5.x yet, but should be suitable for the needs you
> describe above.
> Apollo also supports Openwire and STOMP protocols.


Would AMQP be a valid option in this scenario?
It's enabled by default in ActiveMQ 5.8 and cross language support exists
(incl. Java, PHP and others).

How do these protocols (Openwire, Stomp and AMQP) compare against each
other in terms of messaging features available?
Are there notable messaging features (e.g. XA) that are missing with some
of these protocols (either  due to current client or server implementation
shortcomings or more fundamental protocol related limitations)?

Is there a list of supported ActiveMQ features per protocol?


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