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why use asynchronous messaging??

 
Meherdad Bomanbehram
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hello all,
I understand that JMS-MDB can be used for asynchronous messaging but why would any one ue this technology ,since here the order of messages deliverded is not garunted .Can some one give me real world concrete examples where this is applied .
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why would any one ue this technology ,since here the order of messages deliverded is not garunted.

In an application I am working on, we receive asynchronous messages to update the value of stock quotes in real time. We don't bother in which order these messages come. The message tells which quote to update.
 
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Hi Meherdad Bomanbehram,

My actual project is an application of Inter-Banks Funds Transfers.
We receive and send funds transfer orders via JMS queues.

We don't care of the order of receipt of the JMS messages.
But, in the MDBs, we have validations like "No duplicate message", etc.

Beno�t
 
Meherdad Bomanbehram
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Thanks Guys ,
This makes sense and helped clear my doubt . Thanks again .
[ March 31, 2008: Message edited by: Meherdad Bomanbehram ]
 
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