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Message Queue vs Message Broker

Victor Ramen
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Joined: Jul 14, 2008
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Conceptually, what is the difference between these 3:
Message Queue
Message Broker
JMS Resource Adapter.
Ravi Kiran Va
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Hi , sorry frankly very big question to answer , and if even people wrote lines , that will be of no use . Go throughly through each of these Topics .


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Bruce Snyder
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Message Broker - The message-oriented middleware server that hosts messaging destinations (i.e., queues and topics) for the purposes of asynchronous communication. Sometimes known as a queue manager
Message Queue - A messaging destination that uses a queue data structure to hold messages and is hosted by the message broker. The alternative to a queue is a topic which provides publish/subscribe semantics.
Resource Adapter - A Java EE Resource Adapter is a component that allows communication between a Java EE application and an enterprise information system such as a database server, a messaging server, a CRM server, an ERP server, etc.

More information about JMS and related concepts can be found in the The Java Message Service API.

Hope that helps.

Bruce
Victor Ramen
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Bruce Snyder wrote:Message Broker - The message-oriented middleware server that hosts messaging destinations (i.e., queues and topics) for the purposes of asynchronous communication. Sometimes known as a queue manager
Message Queue - A messaging destination that uses a queue data structure to hold messages and is hosted by the message broker. The alternative to a queue is a topic which provides publish/subscribe semantics.
Resource Adapter - A Java EE Resource Adapter is a component that allows communication between a Java EE application and an enterprise information system such as a database server, a messaging server, a CRM server, an ERP server, etc.

More information about JMS and related concepts can be found in the The Java Message Service API.

Hope that helps.

Bruce

Thanks a lot
 
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