WebSphere Process Server throughput management, Part 1

Implementing an intelligent store and forward capability

From the developerWorks archives

Dr. Alan Hopkins

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: July 01, 2009

WebSphere® Process Server is frequently used as the underpinning of solutions aimed at managing the event-driven synchronization of data between disparate application endpoints. An important consideration in such a solution is managing disparities in availability and concurrent processing capabilities of the source and target systems. Part 1 of a 2-part series presents a simple approach that implements an intelligent store and forward capability when target integration endpoints may become unavailable, independent of participating source systems.

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