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SCEA Part2: Using JMS?

 
Chih-Wei Lee
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Hi:
Is it necessary to use JMS in project?
The assignment doesn't ask for using JMS, I don't know if it's needed to use JMS in project.
The only place I can come up with using JMS is when issuing a PO to supplier.
I can send a JMS message to supplier's MOM.
How do you guys think?

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Ionut Bucurescu
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It is not necessary to use JMS. Use cases for using JMS are related to integration and asynchronous operations.
In the real world you will send the PO by email. It is not reasonable to assume that each of the many suppliers are listening to one/many jms queues to receive PO.
 
Chih-Wei Lee
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Thanks!! I have the same thought. Not every supplier has MOM and the system will bind with a lot of MOMs if sending PO via JMS.
For the integration part, the assignment said it is done by Web Services. Therefore, I think there is no need to use JMS in the project.
 
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