Re: Jim Gray article on Next Generation Databases
> Forgive my cinicisism, but if somebody could explain how > that is different to high-end messaging in the '90s I'd certainly > appreciate it. That seems to be the point, except today we're also talking about SOAP, XML-RPC (XML documents in the payload). > Also, with queueing of messages, how is this principle > relevant to smaller enterprises? Since in any one day > they might only receive about 20 documents. It's asynchronous (like voicemail) so the sender doesn't have to worry about establishing a synchronous connection. Unlike the '90s, you don't have to purchase a messaging middleware product. Microsoft's MSMQ comes "in the box" with the operating system. There's freely-downloadable ebXML Messaging software, for example. ======== Ken North =========== www.WebServicesSummit.com www.SQLSummit.com www.GridSummit.com
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