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Is JMS the right thing for simple asynchronous message passing?
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Posted By:   Benedikt_Voigt
Posted On:   Friday, April 13, 2001 03:54 PM

I want to build a peer-to-peer network, where each node has only 2-5 connections. They should be able to forward asynchronous messages.
I assume that installing a JMS provider on each single node would be too much for it, because of the few connections.
On the other hand, RMI is too simple, especially because the asynchronism has to be implemented by threads.
Would it be a bad idea to install a JMS provider on each machine? Does there exist a better way for message passing?

Re: Is JMS the right thing for simple asynchronous message passing?

Posted By:   Jerry_Smith  
Posted On:   Thursday, April 19, 2001 12:41 PM

Yes, JMS is a common solution. It is not necessary
to have a participating JMS server on each node. For
this scenario, a single JMS server could provide the
message handling for all participating nodes. The JMS
server could be located on one of the nodes, or on
a neutral network host/node.
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