Performance differences with C++ and JMS - Websphere

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  1. Performance differences with C++ and JMS

    Hi,

    Does anyone knows which will be more efficient in term of resource utilisation and which will be faster when i used one of the languages to create a MQ application?

    thanks.

  2. Re: Performance differences with C++ and JMS

    You don't necessarily have to choose between C++ and JMS. IBM has produced
    a new interface called XMS that is essentially JMS, but for C and C++. And
    it's wire-format compatible with IBM's MQ-based Java JMS. Check out the
    SupportPacs database.

    Otherwise, C++ MQ is most certainly faster than Java JMS.

    "a Ken" wrote in message
    news:1488424751.1136392760412.JavaMail.wassrvr@lts gwas007.sby.ibm.com...
    > Hi,
    >
    > Does anyone knows which will be more efficient in term of resource
    > utilisation and which will be faster when i used one of the languages to
    > create a MQ application?
    >
    > thanks.




  3. Re: Performance differences with C++ and JMS

    There is one for .NET too! :-)

    "Carl Farkas" wrote in message
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    > You don't necessarily have to choose between C++ and JMS. IBM has
    > produced a new interface called XMS that is essentially JMS, but for C and
    > C++. And it's wire-format compatible with IBM's MQ-based Java JMS. Check
    > out the SupportPacs database.
    >
    > Otherwise, C++ MQ is most certainly faster than Java JMS.
    >
    > "a Ken" wrote in message
    > news:1488424751.1136392760412.JavaMail.wassrvr@lts gwas007.sby.ibm.com...
    >> Hi,
    >>
    >> Does anyone knows which will be more efficient in term of resource
    >> utilisation and which will be faster when i used one of the languages to
    >> create a MQ application?
    >>
    >> thanks.

    >
    >




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