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Proprietary messaging

In this expert response, David Lithicum discusses which type of messaging to stear clear of.

Is there any type of messaging/transport that I should specifically stay away from? Anything that's likely to cause me more trouble down the road even if it works for a particular job today?

I would stay away from anything that's proprietary. However, if it's working now, and you can change the solution...

easily, sounds like you have the right tool for the job.

This was last published in July 2006

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