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WS-ReliableMessaging - Session by Paul Fremantle at JavaPolis 2006

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WS-ReliableMessaging - Session by Paul Fremantle at JavaPolis 2006

  • By Paul Fremantle
  • 6 May, 2007
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In this presentation made at JavaPolis 2006 Paul Fremantle covers how the OASIS Web Services Reliable Messaging standard allows Web services interactions and messages to be reliably delivered. Web Services ReliableMessaging (WSRM) is a protocol that supports MQ or JMS like levels of reliable delivery on a completely open basis, with interoperability between systems including WebSphere, Apache Axis2 and Microsoft .NET.

As well as taking a walk through of the specification, we will take a detailed look at some of the implementations available, including the Apache Sandesha project. The session will include detailed code examples and demonstrations of reliable messaging using WSRM.

Paul is the co-chair of the Technical Committee that is standardizing the WSRM specification, as well as involved in the Apache implementation, so this is a great opportunity to learn about this technology from one of the technical leaders.

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