Can anyone summarize what is the difference between a provider and a listener? Am I right
thinking that providers are global with the ESB, whereas listeners are "local"
to a service, and tie the provider with the service?
Why would a particular configuration exist in one, but not the other? For example, In SQL,
the provider seems to define the sql-message-filter, and the listener defines the number
of threads. Why not the other way around?
Finally, why are some configuration properties defined using and others are attributes of
the <xxx-listener> element? For example, I define my poll-frequency-seconds in
<fs-listener>, but need to define my composer-class and composer-process in a .
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