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From Yves Vindevogel <>
Subject Re: XML messaging
Date Mon, 13 Mar 2006 19:07:31 GMT
BTW: I know what jabber is.  Jabber seems like a good way to transport 
the messages.
But I'm more looking for an engine to evaluate the messages.
For instance, I have to look whether certain values are correct in the 
file, ....

Yves Vindevogel wrote:

> Hi,
> I need to develop an XML messaging system.
> For the moment, we receive messages by mail.  In the future, this will 
> be SOAP, but nobody is ready yet with the implementation, so, during 
> test, we send each other mails.
> A message is an XML file, on which you have to respond.  Your response 
> is basically answering what you received and reporting errors if they 
> occur.
> Is there anybody in the community who has worked on this kind of 
> project before and who could help me with some basic advice.  I was 
> also wondering wether there was an engine that can handle this kind of 
> messaging, running on Linux and Windows.
> This typically seems the work for Microsoft BizTalk, so I was kind of 
> wondering what answers the Linux community / Open Source community has 
> on BizTalk.
> Regards,
> Yves Vindevogel
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