JAX-WS JMS transport on java.net


I want to introduce java.net project JAX-WS JMS transport, which was created by me and Paul Sandoz.
In this project you can find simple JMS transport, which could be plugged into JAX-WS framework and instructions how to use it for your own web services. But what I think could be more interesting - using this example its clear to understand how relatively easy its possible to make own transport, let's say SMTP, TCP and utilize it for your web services regarding rearchitectured JAX-WS framework.
I hope to come out soon with some common schema or steps on how to make custom JAX-WS network transports.
Comments:

Oleksiy, Great information. How would this work if you have the JEE Service Engine from openESB mapping the transport to the NMR ? Do you expect any conflict ? What if you have the JMS binding component installed ? Should the messages go to the NMR instead ? Thanks. JC

Posted by JC Martin on May 25, 2006 at 10:36 AM CEST #

Hi JC, I dont expect any conflict because current JMS transport implementation works just in standalone mode and uses only App server's JMS implementation. Actually I think its simple to write MDB to make this transport app server embedded. And in this case we can talk about possible conflicts, but unfortunately im not familiar with openESB and cant reply you exactly. But think all conflicts could be resolved. As if its probably works with http transport - could work also with JMS.

Posted by oleksiys on May 30, 2006 at 08:06 AM CEST #

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