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Difference betn request/reply and publish/subscribe

Ranjeeth Chandra
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Joined: Sep 19, 2008
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Hi,

Could anyone please tell me how reply/response and subscribe/publish vary in terms of implementation? I have worked on reply/request where we provide a request with required parameters and we get the response back. We will send a request everytime we need the info.

How does a sub/pub work? Do we get feeds from the service, after subscribing to that service just once? If yes, how/where do we get the response XML which holds the desired data? Do we mention those details at the time of subsciption?

Please throw some light on this...

Thanks,
Ranji
William Brogden
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A google search for Java Message Service Tutorial found this Sun site.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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