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From "Glen Daniels" <gdani...@progress.com>
Subject SOAP over JMS specifications
Date Fri, 12 Jan 2007 13:03:56 GMT
[apologies if you get this twice, it didn't seem to go through the first
time]

Hi Axis-Dev'ers:

As some of you may know, several companies (BEA, IBM, Progress, and
TIBCO) have been working on a formal set of specifications for binding
SOAP to the Java Message Service API.  These specs consist of a) a SOAP
binding, and b) a description of the "jms:" IRI scheme which is used for
addressing.  The specs do NOT cover an interoperable wire-level
representation which could bridge different vendors' JMS implementations
- though a future version might go there.  This version has been
designed so that plugging in a different implementation should work
seamlessly without recompiling any code; as such we define a
BytesMessage encapsulation of SOAP (and MTOM), a "Content-Type" JMS
header, and a few other needed parts.

While this work has been progressing within the group up until now, we'd
like to announce that the specs are now at a point we feel is suitable
for public consumption.   They are attached to this email, and please
feel free to discuss.  It is our hope that the Axis community will be
among our first implementers, and that we can help to make SOAP-over-JMS
pluggability a reality.

If you'd like to give us technical feedback on the specs, we request
that you do two things - first, please send feedback to "soapjms" at
progress.com (not putting in a link due to potential spam issues).
Second, please include the following license text with the accept box
checked.  This is purely to make sure we have the right to use any IP
you toss our way in future versions of the spec.

Thanks,
--Glen


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