Is JMS just ascynchronous or can it do synchronous message as well?
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posted 14 years ago
JMS is ascynchronous in nature... meaning the sender is decoupled from the reciever. You could create a situation where the sender sends a message and then blocks on a response from the reciever... but this would be a misuse of the technology and much easier to do as a straight scynchronous method-call. So JMS is ascynchronous but can be used to mimic a scynchronous call if necessary.
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