This quote got me thinking:
"The JMS remoting support in the Spring Framework is pretty basic - it sends and receives on the same thread and in the same non-transactional Session, and as such throughput will be very implementation dependent. Note that these single-threaded and non-transactional constraints apply only to Spring's JMS remoting support. "
Can I do async communication with Spring JMS Remoting?
A lot of the design I have is expecting to be able to do that. I want to use Spring Remoting to replace the current CORBA RMI with JMS. By using remoting we can keep the clients code the same and just inject the client-side proxies. We are also using Camel/ActiveMQ if any of that matters.
Thanks in advance,