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RE: Contention Management in the WSA

From: Sebastian Wain <sebastian_wain@hotmail.com>
Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 16:12:25 -0300
To: www-ws-arch@w3.org
Message-ID: <F128A5JIzpNcedZhotj0000030d@hotmail.com>

>Sebastian,
>
> >Using Contention Management you can size all your IT Infrastructure to
> >new needs, if your internal system doesn't support more than <k>
> >transactions, then you can put on the queue the rest of it, solving it on
> >chunks of <k>
>

>How about using a MOM-based framework as one of the transports used in your
>Web services system. Do you think that would solve the problem you mention?
>
>Ugo

Yes, Technologically speaking, there are many solutions.
What I tried to argument on the last paragraph of my previous email is the 
necessity of Contention Management as a requirement of the WSA.

Cheers
Sebastian Wain
--
Sebastian Wain - http://swain.webframe.org


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