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My application needs to send a huge amount of data to another process, more than may fit in a single message. Or my application has made a request whose reply contains too much data for a single message.
How can messaging transmit an arbitrarily large amount of data?
Whenever a large set of data may need to be broken into message-size chunks, send the data as a Message Sequence and mark each message with sequence identification fields.
The three Message Sequence identification fields are:...
Related patterns: Competing Consumers, Correlation Identifier, Invalid Message Channel, Message Channel, Message Dispatcher, Request-Reply, Claim Check, Transactional Client
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Enterprise Integration Patterns
Gregor Hohpe and Bobby Woolf
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