which transport characteristic that is key advantage of messaging systems is not found in http?
d) no single point of failure
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Re: which transport characteristic that messaging systems has & http not?2012-01-27T14:06:15Z in response to ndeveloperSee http://www-03.ibm.com/certify/tests/edu609.shtml. The test preparation/information tab has a number of useful links if you're doing self study, and classroom activities if that is available in your geography/timeframe. The DataPower handbook is a very good resource, as is the info center for V3.8.1. There may be more detail in later versions of the info center but if using a later version, understand what functionality is new versus relevant to the 3.8.1 test.
Re: which transport characteristic that messaging systems has & http not?2012-01-30T06:28:38Z in response to swlinnHi Steve,
Thanks a lot for replying.
Also can you plz answer one of my ques. Which FSH restricts backside handler to the same type ?
a) Tibco EMS
d)Stateful raw xml
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Re: which transport characteristic that messaging systems has & http not?2012-01-30T08:49:34Z in response to ndeveloperHi Neha,
you should start using DataPower Information Center for getting help:
For your specific question I searched for "backside handler" and clicked on "Multi-Protocol Gateway configuration then.
The diagram at the bottom immediately answers your question ... ;-)