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JMS or Thread pool or What

 
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Hi Guys,

I'm working on online payment system and I'm looking for a performant method to implement in order to send payment transactions to the Bank server

- Put transactions in JMS QUEUE and let an MDB Bean sends these transactions to the Bank server OR
- Create a thread pool for that purpose OR
- What to do in other cases ?

Please let me know what to do in order to achieve speed end performance

Thank you
 
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I feel more than performance you must be more interested in reliability as this is a payment processing and a loss of data will be totally undesirable.

JMS will provide you reliability whereas threadpool will be an in memory solution (provided you do not persist your queue. If you do, you are trying to implement JMS )
So, definitely i will go for JMS.
 
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I would go with JMS and a pool of readers ;)
 
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