We’ve know it for a while, but this independent blog post confirms the facts: linear scalability.
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In an attempt to ‘increase performance’, many people will try to hack around in JMS - thereby falling into the idempotent receiver trap by checking for duplicate message receipt. The consequence: scalability actually degrades!
Are you looking for an open source JTA/XA transaction manager for your web container?
Although web apps are not our mainstream business, some people do value Atomikos for their web apps.
See the jetty wiki for information on how to configure Atomikos within Jetty.
See this wiki page for configuration of Tomcat and Atomikos.
Check out this link: Red Hat Reacts to SpringSource Leadership and scroll down to the comments. Some (most?) of them seem to be acknowledging the Atomikos role in shaping the future of JEE…
This is a maintenance release that improves the JAX-WS handler configuration of the JAX-WS demo.
Download is recommended if you are interested in web service transactions…
As part of our ExtremeTransactions 3.6.1 release we have produced TransactionsEssentials 3.5.4 - a bug fix release for TransactionsEssentials.
The most important fixes in this release concern statement invalidation after transaction timeout and JMS/JNDI initialization improvements - both suggested by the community (for which thanks!)…
We now have our 3.6.1 release of ExtremeTransactions ready and online. This release includes a new and working JAX-WS demo performing a distributed transaction (where the commit scope reaches across web service calls) as well as several bug fixes. This release also includes a new version of the core: TransactionsEssentials 3.5.4
Feel free to check it out, all feedback is welcome!