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Using Application Server for only JMS

 
jawwad ahmed
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Our application purpose is to keep upto date info to users .We dont have to use EJB or any other technolgy of j2ee except JSP,jdbc,servlet.
Would JMS will be good idea if we use Application server for just messaging,because i have read in different article dont use EJBS until u need atleast 4-5 service of Application server.
Please justify.
 
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Originally posted by jawwad ahmed:
....dont use EJBS until u need atleast 4-5 service of Application server.
Please justify.

didn't get that one.... could you please explain?
 
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From services i mean persistence secutirt,naming,distributed objects etc.
 
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If you like to take advantage of the JMS api (asynchronous communication, message filtering, different types of messages, queues or topics, etc..), go ahead and use JMS. It all depends on your requirements, I'd say. But this doesn't mean you have to use an application server. There are many implementations of the JMS specification out there that you can use. OpenJMS, for example is one implementation. I've used it once and I didn't need EJB's at all, I just wanted to incorporate to my application asynchronous messaging.
I wouldn't say:
dont use EJBS until u need atleast 4-5 service of Application server
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As I posted on different topics, please refer to this link:
http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-12-2001/jw-1207-yesnoejb.html
my $0.02
hope it helps
 
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Thanks Well Is it possible to connect To Oracle database not rather then JNDI.So upon trigger call stored procedure.I think it is one other solution.If i am going wrong please tell.
 
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