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Any comments on webMethods' JMS services and message broker?

Jane Somerfield
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Joined: Jul 20, 2002
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It seems that webMethods provides two JMS engines : Universal Messaging (from Terracotta) and Nirvana (from myChannels).
What's the difference ? Which one is better?

Also webMethods has its own Integration Server or Message Broker. Not sure what message engine they use.

All comments are welcome.
 
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