Job Queue

Stephen Miller stephenmiller1958 at
Sun Mar 1 22:03:48 EST 2015

Hi Jan

If you are talking about a "socket level" connection then I would guess
that many have done it.

The usual pattern is a store and forward model for outgoing messages or a
straight TCP listener for incoming.

It is probably possible, I am sure it is, to build something at the HTTP
SOA - SOAP Rest type model as well especially in Studio - I haven't needed
to myself.

I product like Mule will probably give you a good staring point.

On 1 March 2015 at 15:51, Jan Eskilsson <janeskil1525 at> wrote:

> Hi all
> Have anyone built a client to connect from Omnis Studio to ActiveMQ,
> Gearman or some similair type of queue ?
> Best Regards
> Jan Eskilsson
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