Hi Scott,

I'm still using 3.1.*, is JMS in those versions production ready? 
Documentation is a bit scarce so I'm not sure what to think of it. :)

D.
Scott Ferguson escribió:
> Daniel López wrote:
>> Hi there,
>>
>> Nobody uses Resin's JMS from external applications? Do people use 
>> other JMS solutions inside Resin?
>> I'll stick with OpenJMS for now, but as we already have Resin nodes 
>> installed, I thought it would have been intesting to use them and 
>> remove  one service.
>>
>> The scarce documentation and apparent lack of usage is making me think 
>> twice :).
> The 4.0.x JMS is very new, since we rewrote it to use BAM and the 
> underlying model. I do think we need another pass through that 
> implementation before we declare it production ready.
> 
> -- Scott
>> D.
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> Subject:
>> [Resin-interest] Resin: configuration for a jms client
>> From:
>> Daniel López <d.lo...@uib.es>
>> Date:
>> Tue, 12 Jan 2010 14:37:09 +0100
>> To:
>> General Discussion for the Resin application server 
>> <resin-interest@caucho.com>
>>
>> To:
>> General Discussion for the Resin application server 
>> <resin-interest@caucho.com>
>>
>>
>> While we are talking about JMS configuration, how can one access the JMS 
>> queues on a Resin server from an external client?
>>
>> I've seen the documentation regarding accessing the queues defined in 
>> the same server, from JSPs, using dependency injection etc. but I have 
>> been unable to find how to access the queues from another JVM.
>>
>> I'm guessing one would need to configure access to the JMS queues 
>> through hessian/burlap? And then what would be the appropriate 
>> JNDI_PROVIDER_URL and INITIAL_CONTEXT_FACTORY formats?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> D.


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