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Can JMS be used with EJB 1.1 ?

 
Saha Kumar
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It seems that many are basing their design on EJB 1.1. For those who have done this, are you using JMS? If not, are you using a queue to store the requests to send email?

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Sonal Ray
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Originally posted by Saha Kumar:
It seems that many are basing their design on EJB 1.1. For those who have done this, are you using JMS? If not, are you using a queue to store the requests to send email?

Thanks in advance.


Hi Saha,
I also have same doubt. Could you please give some hint(I hope already you got the answer).
Regards
 
wise owen
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For the performance reason, you can use JMS component to send an email in Async. way.
 
Sonal Ray
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Originally posted by wise owen:
For the performance reason, you can use JMS component to send an email in Async. way.


Thanks! wise owen.
Could you please tell whether I can use JMS when I am using EJB 1.1

I got some info Here
[ May 17, 2006: Message edited by: Sonal Ray ]
 
wise owen
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The ServiceActivator is a JMS Listener and delegation service that requires implementing the JMS message listener-making it a JMS listener object that can listen to JMS messages. The ServiceActivator can be implemented as a standalone service. Clients act as the message generator, generating events based on their activity.
 
Keerthi P
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Why not? Do not confuse JMS with MDBs.
 
Sonal Ray
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Originally posted by Keerthi P:
Why not? Do not confuse JMS with MDBs.


Thanks Guys!
 
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