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By Louis Polycarpou on Aug 08, 2008
Java CAPS 6 ships with GlassFish Enterprise Server and with it comes a new default JMS provider - Java MQ (or Open MQ). Java MQ has a number of benefits over the previous STCMS provider, including clustering for both data and service availability, JDBC HA support (e.g. using MySQL Cluster or HADB), wildcard destinations, schema validation and other features.
In the first of a three-part series, I attempt to explain the use of resource adapters and lifecycle options for CAPS 6 & MQ deployments. The next parts will cover available options for clustering and HA and step-by-step instructions for achieving HA with CAPS 6, Java MQ and MySQL Cluster...[Read More]
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- Creating a new CAPS 6-ready GlassFish domain
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