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From Thomas Marsh <mars...@nitesco.com>
Subject Re: commons messenger
Date Sun, 17 Feb 2002 19:44:35 GMT
James:



James Strachan wrote:
> 
> Hi Thomas
> 
> From: "Thomas Marsh" <marsht1@nitesco.com>
> > All:
> >
> > I didn't see a -user list for commons, so I'm posting this here. If
> > there is a better place to post this, please let me know.
> 
> This is the best place to post.
> 
> > Has anyone used commons messenger with IBM's MQSeries?
> 
> Not yet AFAIK - though modifying the Messenger.xml config file a little and
> it should work fine with MQSeries - if you get it working let us know and we
> can add the MQ config file to CVS. We've already got config files for
> JBossMQ, SpiritWave and AshnaMQ.
> 
> > I'm working on a project which will use IBM Websphere 4.0 Advanced
> > Edition, which supports EJBs, but not MDBs.
> 
> Should be fine. Though if you're building a mostly EJB based system then
> maybe MDBs might help - its worth taking a look at them. If you can't use
> MDBs for any reason then Messenger is a great (simple) alternative without
> requiring an EJB2.0 container - it'll work just fine in Tomcat.

I'm thinking that messenger will provide me an alternative to using MDBs

> 
> > I figured we would have to write a listener, which would then pass off
> > the message ID to a SLSB
> 
> Whats an SLSB?

Sorry. A stateless session bean. I've been reading the Sun EJB interest
list too much lately....

> 
> > , which would then pull the message off the
> > queue, run thru the business logic, and commit it.
> >
> > It looks like I could use the commons messenger classes to do some, if
> > not all of this work.
> >
> > Am I barking up the right tree?
> 
> No I think you're certainly barking up the right tree. Messenger should make
> it a little easier to work with JMS and if you're not using MDBs then
> Messenger also provides a JMS 'application server' that can be deployed in
> any Servlet engine, such as Websphere, to manage your subscriptions. So it
> should be a good fit.
> 
> James
> 
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