What client protocol/API are you going to be using?

I think you could accomplish what you're after by using a multicast address
with multiple last-value queues which represent all your workstations.  How
you access those will depend on what protocol/API you decide to use.


On Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 5:13 AM, Lionel van den Berg <lion...@gmail.com>

> Hi,
> I'm currently using activemq and now looking into Artemis. One of the
> interest features I see is the is the last-value queue option. However what
> I want to use it for is for regularly updating data and not so regular
> updating data where the last value is always the only interesting value,
> but where that data is interesting to multiple consumers.
> A bit more on my design thought in case I've missed another better
> solution. I have many workstations that connect, disconnect and change user
> role. They all use a sub-set of the same data that I want to publish to
> dedicated queues (last value) or topics. When a workstation connects, I
> want it to be able to get the most recent value immediately. I then want
> them all to be receiving updates as they happen. I can solve it through
> triggering a publish in the software when a new workstation connects, but
> if the messaging system can help me then that is better.
> Thanks
> Lionel.

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