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Web Services And JMS

Ajay Singh Rathore
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Joined: Mar 27, 2008
Posts: 64
Just a quick question:-
I was analyzing different scenerios in which to use Web services and JMS for EAI.
1. I have read somewhere that web services can also be used for asynchronous communication as does JMS, but i tried googling it but found out that most implementations were using a MDB wrapper on top of web service invocation and client was required to send message to this jms queue for which mdb was listening, so in a way this asynchronous communication is using jms.
Now my question :- is there any other way of developing a true asynchrohnous web service, does DII provides any such facilities.

Srinivas Ivaturi
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Joined: Jan 28, 2003
Posts: 50
Using JAX-WS programming model, you can pretty much have asynchronous client to communicate to service. Find more information here.

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