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1. What are the pros and cons of using RMI or JMS between web and business tiers?    stackoverflow.com

For a typical Web client -to- Servlet/WS -to- Business Tier (Spring or EJB) app, what are the trade-offs of approaches like remote RPC or messaging for Web (Servlet) tier to remote ...

2. What is the difference between Java RMI and JMS?    stackoverflow.com

When designing an distributed application in Java there seem to be a few technologies that address the same kind of problem. I have briefly read about Java Remote Method ...

3. What's a good Java-based Master-Slave communication mechanism?    stackoverflow.com

I'm creating a Java application that requires master-slave communication between JVMs, possibly residing on the same physical machine. There will be a "master" server running inside a JEE application server ...

4. Why should I use JMS and not RMI+Queue?    stackoverflow.com

At the moment I am using RMI or hessian library to communicate between my server and clients (via a LinkedBlockingQueue). Now I read about JMS which could ...

5. RMI over JMS    coderanch.com

Actually it sounds to me like a classic anti-pattern -- what we call "pseudo-synchronous" JMS. Basically, you build a function-call layer on top of JMS -- a horrible idea. First of all, you can't enlist a call like this in an EJB transaction (because the send would never occur because it would wait forever on the receive before committing the transaction). ...

6. JMS vs. RMI vs. EJB vs. ...    coderanch.com

JMS is pretty simple to setup - comparable to RMI except the JMS server only passes messages around so you would have to have one or more services looking for your input message to appear, grabbing it, and creating the response. There is a message type for serialized Java objects, which is handy. I like JMS because it is loosely coupled ...

7. JMS , RMI etc    coderanch.com

Hello, I have implemented a C++ program(in distributed environment) has been developed using CPPVM.Now, i am implementing the same program using JAVA for performace evaluation for the project requrement. I need to know which technology to use which would help me pass OBJECTS BY VALUE across network. It is believed that JAVA is not a high performer in distributed environment. I ...

8. which one i should use JMS or RMI or Socket ?    coderanch.com

Good Day Professionals, i have a web application on the server that has a list of document object information get (******) it from repsostiory machine , the server go throw this list and send every item to another - destination - machine ( ****** ) once the mehtod called in the destination machine from server machine it (destination machine) read the ...

9. which one i should use JMS or RMI or Socket ?    forums.oracle.com

Good Day Professionals, i have a web application on the server that has a list of document object information get it from repsostiory machine , the server go throw this list and send every item to another - destination - machine once the mehtod called in the destination machine from server machine it (destination machine) read the document object information and ...





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