SOAP Messages : HTTP vs JMS
Consider using SOAP over HTTP for:

• Externally facing web services (e.g. B2B scenarios) 
• For simple point-to-point and stateless services 
• Where you need a thin client with no message oriented middleware installations 

Consider using SOAP over JMS for: 

• when you require high-volume distributed messaging 
• Asynchronous messaging 
• Where a transaction boundary is needed in the middleware 
• Where the message consumers are slower than the producers 
• Guaranteed deliver and/or only once delivery of messages 
• Publish/subscribe mode
• Distributed peer systems that might at times be disconnected 
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