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Difference between Destination and queue/topic
Joined: May 19, 2005
Aug 20, 2008 21:22:00
Is there a difference between the term used JMS destination and queue/topic or are they the same terms which can be used interchangably? I know what's a queue and topic.
Joined: May 31, 2007
Aug 20, 2008 21:48:00
It is the super interface for both Queue & Topic
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Aug 21, 2008 01:18:00
A queue is a point-to-point channel and therefore can have n senders and only one receiver (from a single message point of view) : that means that a message could be consumed by only one receiver.
A topic is a publish-subscriber channel and therefore can have n senders and n receivers. That means tat a single message could be consumed by n receivers.
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