On 9 Jul, 14:57, Jack Zai <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> My binding is not only a proxy to a JMS service, but also for exposing
> a RPC-style message service. For example, assume we have a SCA file
> MyService.php with soap binding. We can replace the annotation
> @binding.soap with @binding.ms plus some config information about the
> target queue. Now, if we issue command >php MyService.php, the
> service will be started by running a listener to the target queue.
> then incoming JMS messages at the target queue will be processed by
> the wrapper and pass on to appropriate operation of the service. So in
> this case, the message sender could be a non-SCA JMS client.
> In addition, I am sorry for the wrong link to the spec, which should
> be as below :
> On 6 Jul, 17:04, Caroline Maynard <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Jack Zai wrote:
> > > Unlike any of other bindings, where an http server is used for
> > > listening to the ports, for the ms binding, a service is started from
> > > a console (e.g. > php myservice.php). Once the service is started, it
> > > will keep trying to get message from the queue, and it can be
> > > terminated by pressing <Ctrl> + <C>.
> > Can you explain a bit more? In an enterprise environment I would imagine
> > the JMS service being started by some mechanism outside the scope of
> > your binding. So your command-line service, is that just a way to
> > bootstrap a JMS service locally?
> > I'm assuming that your SCA binding is a client only, that is, it
> > provides an SCA proxy to a remote JMS service, but not a wrapper for a
> > local service to be exposed to non-SCA JMS clients. Is that right?
Sorry this took such a long time for me to get to. I've just checked
your code in. Thank you.
I've changed the binding name from "ms" to "message". I think the
latter is a little more meaningful.
I've fixed up the class names etc but am unable to run/test it as
there are no test cases included
Based on the checked in code can you construct some test cases fur us?
Also I've created a new link on the web site  for the documentation
for this binding. If would be great if you could write a few words
describing how to use the binding and what its various features are.
We can then put that up there.
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