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Subject: Fwd: [wsrm] Dave Chappell on "MOM, WS-Rel*, and Wire Protocol Interoperability"

     The referenced article was interesting for its spin both on the named 
specifications, and on the general problem of implementing 
messaging.  FYI.  JBC

>Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 08:52:24 -0500
>From: "Chiusano Joseph" <chiusano_joseph@bah.com>
>Organization: Booz Allen Hamilton
>To: wsrm <wsrm@lists.oasis-open.org>
>Subject: [wsrm] Dave Chappell on "MOM, WS-Rel*, and Wire Protocol 
>Here's an excerpt from Dave Chappell's blog [1] on MOM and WS-Rel* that 
>some might find interesting.
>Here are excerpts (please note that any first-person references such as
>"I" are from Dave, not me):
>>- It is conceivable, and also probable that a MOM implementation could
>>be based entirely on one of these WS-Rel* specifications [JMC: he refers 
>>to WS-Reliability and WS-ReliableMessaging as WS-Rel*].
>>- However, that would still require a piece of MOM infrastructure be on
>>both sides of the wire to handle behavior such as acknowledgement of
>>receipt, message persistence, and recovery from failure.
>>- From that perspective, what you gain by having an open protocol is the 
>>ability to have the MOM piece of software on either side of the
>>conversation provided by a different vendor.
>>- However this is at the expense of having less room to innovate on
>>efficiencies of acks and nacks at the message transport layer.
>>- I am not trying to say anything negative about the need for WS-Rel*. I 
>>am a big proponent of both of the WS-Rel* specs, and have contributed to 
>>both. I am just trying to put it into the proper perspective.
>Kind Regards,
>Joe Chiusano
>[1] http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/wlg/4414

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