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MQS (Minimalist Queue Services) is a minimalist queueing system that provides basic methods for offering asynchronous messaging. It lets applications store and retrieve messages to a dedicated queue in the queue services. This avoids direct connections between applications and provides a simple asynchronous communication system. The MQS Daemon provides a simple set of XML-RPC methods for pushing and getting messages in a given queue (you can use the system with any application that can talk XML-RPC). The queue is stored in either a database (e.g. Mysql, Postgresql) or in dedicated file(s) (e.g. QDBM).
released on 10 October 2004
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|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||17 November 2004|
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 18 November 2004.
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