This all sounds really good to me!  The priority would be wf/eap imo, with others if very easy, or if community members want to jump in and add their favorite.

On Fri, Apr 3, 2015 at 7:54 AM, Sebastien Blanc <> wrote:

On Fri, Apr 3, 2015 at 1:50 PM, Matthias Wessendorf <> wrote:
Cool stuff

I am totally fine having this tied ti wf/eap

wondering: at some point, should we offer a dist as (only) subststem for wf/eap?
+1, I was exactly thinking the same, since we are tied to wf/eap, subsystem makes a lot of sense IMO

On Friday, April 3, 2015, Sebastien Blanc <> wrote:
That all sounds very good :) 
Thanks for the headupate, I will soon give it a try.

On Fri, Apr 3, 2015 at 10:34 AM, Lukáš Fryč <> wrote:
Hi guys,

so as outlined in previous thread [1], I have prototyped a JMS batching approach for push message delivery.

We've discussed the approach with Matthias, Mirek Novak and Ondrej Chaloupka (EAP QE & JMS/JTA experts, thank you guys!) and these documents describes a concept that we have came with:

Implementation-wise, I've so far prototyped the messaging part (split SenderService functionality to two subsequent queues with MDBs as shown on diagram),

but that's just a start, since we must configure it appropriately for efficiency (queue configuration and batch sizes) and verify that configuration works as expected,

the prototype lives on a branch (unpolished, to be squashed later):

Off course, you can play with it already. :-)

Apart from the new requirement of using Java EE full profile (JMS), the prototype leverages implementation-specific configurations and APIs:
  • org.hibernate.Query for token streaming / batch fetching
  • HornetQ configurations of queue size, blocking behavior and message de-duplication
That pretty much binds us to WildFly/EAP - we can tweak it to run on any compliant app server, but without specific configurations it won't work properly.

Once configured and functionally tested (that can even wait for Beta2 I guess),

we can cooperate with Mobile QE on testing (Stefan, Adam), their test suite contains mocks of APNS/GCM against which we can load test.


~ Lukas

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