Limits and Requirements
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Posted By:   Rene_Maldonado
Posted On:   Monday, June 24, 2002 12:06 PM

Hi all

What are the Limits Of JMS, Message size, number of subscribers, etc, and the requirements

what JDK need, , database connection or file sistem free space, and where does the

J2EE server storage the messages.



Re: Limits and Requirements

Posted By:   Martin_Kernland  
Posted On:   Thursday, June 27, 2002 12:18 AM


JMS is a specification and an API. There are several companies and organizations that have implemented JMS. This means that there are very different implementations around. Some allow e.g., a maximum message size of 100 KByte, some of 2 GByte, some are fast and some are reliable. Some store the messages in a file (or multiple files), some in a full fledged database, some allow to connect the DB of your choice with JDBC.

So if you are looking for a JMS, try to find out what your requirements are and then pick the product.

The best solution is to code to the spec (JMS API) and "plug-in" an implementation (e.g. trial-versions) and test or benchmark your solution.


Re: Limits and Requirements

Posted By:   Christopher_Koenigsberg  
Posted On:   Tuesday, June 25, 2002 07:28 AM


(your questions will get widely different answers, depending on the implementation)

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