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Re: Understand MOM ...
> Enrique Martinez Cardenas wrote:
> Hi all, my name is Enrique Martinez from Mexico.(sorry about my
It is probably better then mine.
> I see the xmlBlaster Server a great product but i can´t understand
> plenty if anyone can tell me where to find more documentation on jms
> and the tehc behind xmlBlaster or tell me where to start in the
> resources section.
MOM (message oriented middleware) is a common name for two philosophies:
1) Point to Point (PtP)
Somebody (point A) sends a message to someone else (point B).
Usually the MOM server has a queue for messages when
the receiver is currently offline.
2) Publish/Subscribe (Pub/Sub)
A data source publishes its knowledge with messages to the
MOM server (e.g. a wind speed anemometer publishes the
current wind speed every 2 seconds).
Data sinks subscribe to such informations and receive them
instantly as a message/event.
Thats all about it - it is simple - it is powerful.
Follow some links on our 'Internet Resources' hompage
to get more vaiants of the above principles.
best regards - and don't give up,
mailto:ruff at swand.lake.de
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- From: Enrique Martinez Cardenas <emartinez at linsys.com.mx>