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Technology choice ?

Linus Nikander

Joined: May 21, 2004
Posts: 9
I'm trying to invoke an event on ALL nodes participating in a clustered (websphere) environment. Regardless of which node triggers the event ALL nodes in the cluster need to be notified. Which technology should I choose ?

- I've looked att setting up JMS with a JMS engine for each of the nodes, but I haven't solved the problem of getting a single message to be duplicated out to the other engines. Also I want to deploy the same package to all nodes so node-specific listeners/topics isn't an option.

- I looked at quartz, but quartz doesn't let you target a single participating member in the cluster.

- I've been looking at JXTA and/or Shoal (still seems to be beta unfortunately), but I don't want to make to big of an effort to implement something that won't work.

Any suggestions ? Any container-runnable tech is viable.
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