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Re: [xmlblaster] Xindice support in 0.8?
>>Is the 0.8 release capable of using Xindice as the message store or does
>>one still need HEAD for that?
>Actually there should not be a difference to earlier releases.
>Since I don't know how this performs in real live, I would consider this
>driver still not 100% reliable because I still have no wide experience
>with it yet. But as far as I can tell it should run fine.
>I don't know of any bugs.
>here are some TODOs left, and this is probably the interesting part of
>the answer, Xindice still needs to be started extra and is not included in
>the dist-package. And I do don't know if it is running with the latest CVS
>of Xindice. These Xindice guys doing lots of 'moving' work in the core.
>I'd recommend Xindice 1.0 (Birthday) for the time being.
Thats what I grabbed. There are no "back-ends" other than file and
>Sorry that there ain't no more good news.
>But I've got really bad news as well:
>Right now some stuff in the internal ClassLoader seem to be broken,
>therefore no XMLDBPlugin is loadable at all. I'm investigating...
I want to use xmlBlaster primarily via XML-RPC to integrate a rather
large collection of legacy applications written in AcuCOBOL, C, and
Informix 4gl with a new web application written (at least the front end)
in PHP. At this point I don't need to use any protocol other than
XML-RPC but the message volume may be fairly high at times (~250
messages a second) and nil at other times.
Is xmlBlaster at a stage where it can be used with something like this?
My primary concern is the backend as the FAQ mentions that the file one
should not be used beyond a few hundred messages.
Our initial testing will be on Linux, but a nice RS/6000 with a gig of
RAM will probably be used if it goes production. I assume xmlBlaster is
happy on AIX using their JVM?
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