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JMS or RMI - CallBack

 
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Dear Friends
We have requirement to update all the clients if some data changes
in the server.An example is given below. User A has listed all books
on a particular topic.(Swing Client).User B (Administrator ) adds another book on the same category.In such a situation the server should refresh all connected clients.So that User A immediatly sees the new book.

For this kind of a requirement what should be the best approach .
Which is better - a JMS Solution or RMI Solution. Pls give your thoughts
 
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