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Re: [xmlblaster] xmlBlaster in the real world
Michele Laghi a écrit:
I have written a proposal yesterday but it apparently got lost in the
email jungle. I wanted to suggest more or less what Michael also
suggessted. I think it would even be better if such a "references" page
would be mantained by the users themselves with a tool like wiki. Marcel
told me omniorb are doing it that way. Here the link to such a page:
We could use the same approach.
Thanks Michele for your nice idea.
Before I was in the team of afraid people that were answering in private
discussion, because we does not want to make public our projects.
A Strange, very strange behavior. xmlBlaster is fully open, it brings to
us a formidable tool, and that kind of people like me, wanted to use it
in a secret forest ... Like robin of wood ? No, like a a robber ;o)
I'm now changing my mind, and with pleasure, give to da xmlBlaster
comunity my poor lonely project reference ;o)
to fill da new page(s) :
or something else ;o)
the project description in a nearest mai.
Heinrich Götzger wrote:
> On Wed, 9 Apr 2003, Michael Atighetchi wrote:
>>I'm in the same position for our R&D project.
>>It would certainly help to know
>> a) who is using xmlblaster
>> b) what are the main differences to JMS (JBOSS) - I did find a
>> partial list on the xmlblaster website and in a set of powerpoint
>> slides, but it would be interesting to extend it (especially with the
>> new xmlblaster capabilities recently added)
>>Would it be possible to include a list of project / companies using
>>xmlblaster up on the website (sort of like at the www.jacorb.org) ?
> It is certainly not a technical problem to provide such a list on the
> And it is certainly not a problem to add a typical success story board.
> One the one hand, every (xmlBlaster) user has to decide on its own to
> offer the story and its use case.
> There are quite a few installations in commercial environments, but I'm
> not entiteled to publish them.
> One the other hand I'm not sure if we need to beg for usage of
> I like and agree with the thoughts of Peter Bennett which came
> in this thread.
>>On Wed, Apr 09, 2003 at 04:31:22PM -0500, Madere, Colin wrote:
>>>I'm in a similar situation, although it's more me (and my dev
>>>need convincing rather than the guys up the chain. We're
>>>writing prototypes using xmlBlaster and Joram (JMS compliance and
>>>version are big plusses).
>>>Are there really any other options for free/open source MQ/MoM
>>>I've found tons of things that work with MoMs, JMS etc, but no actual
>>>servers except these two...
>>>>From: David Hooker [SMTP:dhooker at btrade.com]
>>>>Sent: Wednesday, April 09, 2003 4:11 PM
>>>>To: xmlblaster at server.xmlblaster.org
>>>>Subject: [xmlblaster] xmlBlaster in the real world
>>>>Ok, I may need to prove to the powers-that-be that xmlBlaster
>>>>IS used in REAL projects in the world. If anyone here is using
>>>>xmlBlaster in a real world production application, could a few of you
>>>>please tell me just a couple of things? I'd like to know:
>>>>(1) is the system in "production" (i.e. does it process real data
>>>>by the business)?
>>>>(2) what kind of system is xmlBlaster used in? A basic one-line
>>>>description of your application (i.e. "Order Processing for Credit
>>>>(3) how long in production?
>>>>(4) how satisfied are you with xmlBlaster in your environment?
>>>>(5) your company name? (optional - you don't have to tell me if you
>>>>don't want to, but it sounds good if I can say "It's used at Boeing")
>>>>I've selected xmlBlaster to be a core component in our enterprise
>>>>architecture, and I'd like a little data to back me up! :-) Thanks.
>>matighet at bbn.com BBN Technologies