Hi lazy person,
You can find some of this information in the Wiki or other sources. Also, messages per second isn't easy to calculate, since it varies based on message size, persistence manager, CPU, etc.
Thanks genman, I was trying to save some time if anyone has the information on finger tips. I will hunt the document, but if you could direct me to some specific link I will be happy since as you said I m lazy :)
Okay, since you have a sense of humor...here are some points off the top of my head.
depends (I would test this yourself, but can be 1000+ for a 4k message, but this depends on the persistence manager and CPU. Every message you send is saved to disk.)
JMS messages per second ?
either 2GB or 4GB, probably 2. Also depends on your DB.
JMS message length limitations ?
Web Service message length limitations ? depends on your web service implementation (AXIS, for example, uses SAX, so theoretically unlimited, though perhaps each data element is limited to 2GB. JMS is not web services)
Capability to cluster JMS servers ? Check out HA for JBoss (see the Wiki under Community above)
Limited management through the JMX console. Nothing fancy, but can dynamically create qeueus
Management capabilities of JMS within Jboss ?
XA supported. Your DB and driver also has to support XA connections. Oracle works at least.
Are XA transactions supported? Limitations?