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WorkFlow logic implementation in Java Enterprise application

 
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Hi all,

Could you please let know high level approach in implementing Work flow logic in JAVA enterprise application.The scenario is like in a portal user1(Requestor) works on a specific problem partly with his comments , and then the request is sent to pool of registered users.One among the users(Responder) in the pool will pick up the partly solved problems and provides to his own comments. The request should be sent back to requestor. The request message will have to travel to and fro between requestor and responder. Can we implement using Java or do we need to have workflow tools/APIs integrated with Java ?

Can any one help me in this. It should be similar logic as that of this Java ranch Forum application works.

Thanks
 
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I see no issues implementing your scenario with JMS (with MDBs pulling from queues)
 
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