Jun 28th, 2005, 01:46 PM
Lingo and JMS support in Spring 1.3???
There is a new open-source Lingo http://lingo.codehaus.org/Home.
Lingo is a lightweight POJO based remoting and messaging library based on Spring's Remoting which extends it to support JMS and support a wide range of message exchange patterns including both synchronous and asynchronous message exchange.
Are there any plans to extend the JMS support in a future version of Spring (1.3?) similarly to what has been done in Lingo? If so, what is the time frame? We would prefer to use Spring Remoting instead of another remoting framework.
Jul 7th, 2005, 03:07 AM
You might wanna check http://opensource.atlassian.com/proj...browse/SPR-988 to see what the spring folks do in this area.
In terms of Lingo, it is Spring remoting - its just an implementation which uses JMS. So by using Lingo, you are really just using Spring remoting.
Though Lingo does extend Spring remoting a little to add some new message exchange patterns (MEPs) such as async one way messages and async request-response messaging instead of just the typical Spring remoting synchronous request-response.
I hope we can start to extend Spring remoting to offer similar MEPs by default in some of the other Spring remoting implementations.