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Implementing work queue

Pradeep K Tiwari

Joined: Sep 28, 2012
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I have to implement a work queue so I should go for a database table to store the messages for work queue?
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Czeslaw Szczotka

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If you want to have fault tolerance system you need to persist messages. For example JMS providers can persist messages into persistent places like file, db.. Very interesting solution is database-integrated message queuing functionality - Oracle Advanced Queuing.
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