Can I use JMS within a weblogic cluster such that only one consumer processes a message at a time ??
0 posts in topic
Flat View  Flat View
TOPIC ACTIONS:
 

Posted By:   Srikanth_Sagiraju
Posted On:   Wednesday, March 29, 2006 11:46 AM

Greetings, I am a newbie to JMS. So forgive me if I am asking the wrong questions. I have an J2ee app deployed on a WebLogic cluster. I am implementing a new module which requires a client to upload a file that I should process FIFO. I am looking for a queueing system to store these files as strings, such that I only process ONE FILE at a time out of this queue (FIFO). Even though my app is deployed on a cluster I should NOT be processing more than one file at a time even though there is more than one file sitting on the queue. Is JMS right for me ?? Does JMS provide an architecture to do this ?? Any suggestions/pointers are truely appreciated. (I can provide more details if required)    More>>
			
Greetings,
I am a newbie to JMS. So forgive me if I am asking the wrong questions.

I have an J2ee app deployed on a WebLogic cluster. I am implementing a new module which requires a client to upload a file that I should process FIFO.

I am looking for a queueing system to store these files as strings, such that I only process ONE FILE at a time out of this queue (FIFO). Even though my app is deployed on a cluster I should NOT be processing more than one file at a time even though there is more than one file sitting on the queue.

Is JMS right for me ??
Does JMS provide an architecture to do this ??
Any suggestions/pointers are truely appreciated.

(I can provide more details if required)

   <<Less
About | Sitemap | Contact