[Spread-users] JMS implementation?

Jonathan Stanton jonathan at cs.jhu.edu
Thu Mar 29 21:14:46 EST 2001

Actually the idea has been mentioned to me a couple times by different

Usually with a similar conclusion as you that a wrapper of basic
functionality looks pretty easy. One person who knew JMS pretty well
thought even the more sophisticated parts of JMS are doable but require
some work and some algorithms to provide correct services.

I havn't looked into it a lot myself, but I'd be happy to help anyone else
who is interested in doing it. 


On Thu, Mar 29, 2001 at 05:54:14PM -0800, Jon Stevens wrote:
> I checked the archives and the FAQ and didn't see anything relating to this:
> Has anyone done (or is interested in doing) a Java JMS implementation on top
> of Spread's Java API's?
>     <http://java.sun.com/products/jms/>
> Personally, I think that the Java Spread API's are very easy to use, but I
> would rather code against the JMS API instead so that I can switch the
> backend without having to worry about re-coding all my messaging stuff.
> So, I figure a thin wrapper between the two shouldn't be all that hard to do
> (at least for basic functionality).
> comments?
> -jon
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Jonathan R. Stanton         jonathan at cs.jhu.edu
Dept. of Computer Science   
Johns Hopkins University    

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