From: Matt Jensen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Dec 09 2000 - 10:40:35 PST
I'm pleasantly surprised to see that there are now a bunch of open source
JMS implementations, which wan't the case when I last looked.
* spyderMQ, part of JBoss.
* (There's also swiftMQ, but it's free as in beer, not speech.)
On Sat, 9 Dec 2000, Joseph S. Barrera III wrote:
> Okay so we're using WebLogic and I need to start
> using JMS (for clustering) but I'm worried about
> performance and so I'm looking at using Fiorano
> JMS instead of Weblogic's JMS.
> 1. Does anyone here have a favorite JMS package?
> 2. Has anyone here gotten sick of Weblogic and
> is now using a different app server? I don't have
> many problems with Weblogic, but as we start using
> EJB (in place of our own bean-like things), the
> license cost goes through the roof.
> Yeah, I know this isn't the place, but hey, it's
> better than talking about the E-word, right?
> - Joe
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