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   RE: [xml-dev] ( Slightly off topic ) JMS and other messaging

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but really both are just interfaces to the underlying code that is being

to have two processes talk to each other I can use messaging or use soap (
OVER HTTP??? )  

I guess the true comparison is the messaging client vs. soap ... 

Would the competition be jms vs. soap ?

Or a messaging API vs. soap?

-----Original Message-----
From: Bill de hÓra [mailto:bill.dehora@propylon.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 18, 2002 11:12 AM
To: 'CHIUSANO, Joseph'; 'Maciejewski, Thomas'
Cc: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
Subject: RE: [xml-dev] ( Slightly off topic ) JMS and other messaging

>> CHIUSANO, Joseph:
I consider SOAP to be an XML messaging protocol, so (at least for me)
"messaging vs. SOAP" does not "make sense".  

SOAP isn't a messaging protocol. It can be used as an enveloping
technology for a messaging protocol if there is a messaging protocol to
begin with. For example ebXML has defined a (reliable) messaging
protocol that utilizes SOAP. To offer an analogy, an envelope isn't a
postal service. Saying "messaging vs SOAP" is close to saying "postal
service vs envelope".

Bill de hÓra 


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