Re: Advanced queueing

  • From: Chris Stephens <cstephens16@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "ryan_gaffuri@xxxxxxxxxxx" <ryan_gaffuri@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2005 14:52:04 -0500

thanks!  i was more looking for oracle's implementation of queueing
not what a queue is.  there is someone else that is supposed to be
looking at msmq so if i don't do a good job of explaining Oracle's
queueing capabilities, well, that's one more thing outside of the

from what i understand, the application this is for will be recieving
xml files from client applications across the country for processing. 
the processing will take a significant amount of time so the clients
will recieve a 'we got your stuff' message and the queue is meant to
implement  an order to the processing (there are several files
submitted that need to be processed in a certain order)

myself and another person been asked to put on a little demo. 

i was being a little sarcastic with the 'barely know how to spell
queue' comment. :)

On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 19:26:57 +0000, ryan_gaffuri@xxxxxxxxxxx
<ryan_gaffuri@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I just realized this. This list is a queue. 
> We send out an email to the server. The server gets them and sends them out
> in order. You can also think of the common feeder line at the bank(i think
> this is a generic example... dont remember). Its not done in real time. If
> it was done in real time. We would send an email and our screen would
> 'wait', until the emails had been sent out to everyone. Instead, we send out
> an email. Go away and later see that it has been forwarded to the rest of
> the list. 
> People queue up(get in line). Each person is helped in order by one of many
> tellers. These are the subscribers. The essentially 'pop' a person from the
> queue and act on their 'message'. 
> -------------- Original message -------------- 
> > I'm supposed to be giving a demo of Oracle's Advanced Queueing feature 

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