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Top five use cases for Java messaging

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Process operations and requests that run long

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Writing on the stackoverflow.com message board, user duffymo said he has seized upon JMS to process operations asynchronously. "A Web user won't want to wait for more than [5 seconds] for a request to process," duffymo wrote. JMS allows for submitting a request to a queue and immediately sending back a URL that users can access to see if a job has finished.

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