Bo M. Maryniuck
b.maryniuk at forbis.lt
Wed Apr 30 18:37:18 CEST 2003
Here we had debate with a lot of buzzwords, such as XML, Java, SOAP to all
about JMS and Message Queues.
Now, is here some already done stuff in Python? Well, I would not like to see
java-bloatware and would like to deal with a Python.
What do I need exactly? I need to receive a messages (it is what JMS all
about) and queue it somewhere, then convert/parse and put to the Oracle
database or vice versa: Oracle queues messages (like a buffering) and other
stuff fetches it.
Does anybody know anything about what MQ/JMS is and how to fit it with a
Python? I found this one: http://www.hare.demon.co.uk/pymqi/pymqi.html but it
is for IBM MQ Series. It will be better to find something to deal with like
SonicMQ or so...
Any ideas or wishes are appreciated! ;-) Thank you.
"Besides, I think [Slackware] sounds better than 'Microsoft,' don't you?"
(By Patrick Volkerding)
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