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From Jaime Meritt <jmer...@sonicsoftware.com>
Subject RE: JMS sample
Date Thu, 21 Nov 2002 22:52:22 GMT
Inline...

Thanks,
Jaime 

-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin Wang [mailto:kwang@farelogix.com] 
Sent: Thursday, November 21, 2002 3:47 PM
To: axis-user@xml.apache.org
Subject: RE: JMS sample


Hi Jaime,

Can I archieve this using AXIS API:
VM1 --(request)--> VM2 --(forward request)--> VM3 --(response)--> VM1?
(do we need change the code to allow user set replyTo to a nontemporary
wellknown destination?)

<JAIME> This wouldn't work in the current Axis code base.  Basically
what would happen is VM2 would realize that a replyTo destination exists
and send the response back to the sender immediately.  Also, as you
noticed, since you currently have no control over the ReplyTo
destination, the VM3 service would be able to send back to VM2, but not
to VM1.  In the short term, you are best off using the approach you
describe below.


or I have to use this way:
VM1 <--(request/response)--> VM2 <--(request/response)--> VM3?

Thanks,
Kevin




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