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kri shan
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In the clustered environment Whether Topic / Queue which one is better ?
Paul Sturrock
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Well, you use them for different purposes so you are unlikely to swap from one to the other just because the application is deployed in a cluster.


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Mohana Murali
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Use Topic if you want to send message more than one destinations. Use Queue if you want to send message to one destination.

We should not choose Topic or Queue with respect to Cluster or non cluster.
If you use MQ and Queue type messaging. MQ admin can also control MQ clustering instead of application clustering. Same is true for Topic also. So do not bother much about clustering when you make decision about Queue or Topic. Go by requirement suitability.
 
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