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Mike Grogan

Mike Grogan is a staff engineer at Sun Microsystems currently working on the WebServices Team. He is the Spec Lead for JSR 223 "Scripting for the Java Platform" and Co-Spec Lead for JSR 261"Java APIs for XML-based Web Services Addressing".

 

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When to Use WSIT Reliable Messaging

Posted by mikeg on February 25, 2007 at 3:56 PM PST

Reliable messaging is a feature of WSIT, which will be delivered through Glassfish V2.

Closing WSIT Reliable Messaging Connections

Posted by mikeg on January 24, 2007 at 12:37 PM PST

Most Reliable Messaging implementations in Web Services stacks, including the ones in Sun's WSIT and Microsoft's WCF are designed to operate "under-the-hood" with little or no effort required from client or server application programmers.

There is one case where it is sometimes importa

Reliable Messaging in WSIT Milestone 2

Posted by mikeg on September 22, 2006 at 2:10 PM PDT

Other than the usual bug fixes and minor adjustments needed to adapt to changes between WCF versions,
the new work for the milestone consists of implementing some configuration settings that may
affect performance. First some background:

The WS-RM spec defines a SOAP-based protocol used by middleware components that exchange messages called
the sender and receiver.

WS-Reliable Messaging and Session Support (Part 2)

Posted by mikeg on August 16, 2006 at 11:35 AM PDT

This is Part 2 in a series of articles
on supporting sessions using WS-ReliableMessaging. In
my talk at Java One, I showed a demo of a Web Service endpoint that
needs Reliable Messaging to work properly. Like most endpoints that
benefit from Reliable Messaging, this one maintains state between
requests.