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RE: ( Slightly off topic ) JMS and other messaging


jms vs mqseries
Title: RE: ( Slightly off topic ) JMS and other messaging
no I am referring to Tibco vs. MQSeries
I guess I meant messaging implementation
 
-----Original Message-----
From: CHIUSANO, Joseph [mailto:JCHIUSANO@lmi.org]
Sent: Wednesday, September 18, 2002 9:39 AM
To: 'Maciejewski, Thomas'
Cc: 'xml-dev@lists.xml.org'
Subject: RE: ( Slightly off topic ) JMS and other messaging

Thomas,

I consider SOAP to be an XML messaging protocol, so (at least for me) "messaging vs. SOAP" does not "make sense".  Also, what do you mean by "messaging company"?  Are you referring to some sort of outsourced messaging "service"?

Kind Regards,
Joe Chiusano
LMI

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-----Original Message-----
From: Maciejewski, Thomas [mailto:Thomas.Maciejewski@lehman.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 18, 2002 9:27 AM
To: XML Dev
Subject: ( Slightly off topic ) JMS and other messaging


I am a big fan of messaging since it seems to hide entire implementations
from the calling routine.  I believe this is a competitor to soap. 

Anyway. Does any one here use XML and messaging? 

Also there seems to be people that are scared to use messaging with the
following criticism:

1) extra layer
2) slow
3) what if the messaging company goes out of business.

for 1 I actually think it is a plus many times

2) It may slow something down but at the same time may help when trying to
scale something since it facilitates throwing hardware at a bottleneck

3) I think with some careful engineering one can create a very light layer
that hides all of the messaging implementation.  If one would need to swap
out the messaging API then it should be just a matter of changing one small
layer of code.

For example.  Create your own message like objects and then in a layer
translate these objects into a message.

I would like to hear your thoughts on messaging ... also messaging vs. soap.



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