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Developing JMS Store-And-Forward from scratch

Azbel Eden
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Joined: Oct 05, 2005
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Hello everybody.
What would be the best aproach to implement a Store-and-forward (SAF) JMS Client (message producer)? It is required because network downtimes are very frequent and SAF is a must. Unfortunely, the JMS Application Server used does not implement SAF on the client.

The initial aproach is to store the message in the file system and poll the server, when it's up again, send the stored message. This would be an independent Java program (in-house development). I think there would be a best aproach or workaround to solve this important feature. Maybe an open source project.

Thank you in advance.
Regards.


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