A Leap for Java EE and .NET Interoperability?

by Steve Anglin

From InfoQ.com: The Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) specification 0.8 has been announced.

5 Comments

M. David Peterson
2006-06-21 17:51:00
Don't we already have this with SOAP?
M. David Peterson
2006-06-21 17:53:30
The interoperability part, that is. The message queue-based piece is cool, but I wouldn't think we would need a separate standard to gain the message queue... we can build a message queue (in fact, they already exist) on the server processing the SOAP messages.
Pieter Hintjens
2006-06-22 14:29:34
We don't have anything like this anywhere. Amqp defines a standard functional model, plus wire-level protocol, for high-speed asynchronous messaging. Totally agnostic, it encompasses JMS but also other domains. Read the specs, you will understand. You could easily run SOAP over amqp.
M. David Peterson
2006-07-12 11:56:22
Ahh... cool. Thanks Pieter!
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2006-10-12 01:56:41
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