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Socket ---JMS connector

 
Samuel Stammbach
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Hi all,
The architcture I am building should be made of:
A J2EE Application Server with clustering capabilities, swing clients,
and must talk to external systems written in ADA, that communicate via
sockets.
The architecture should be message oriented, and has quiet a lot of
business logic that could be reused by other projects. (That's why I
think to use an application server)
In order to communicate with external system I see 2 possibilities:
1. Write my own bridge socket<->jms. It could be a java running
process who establishes socket connections, and transform data
received on socket channel in jms messages, and resend jms messages
via socket.
2. Find a Connector that implement the J2EE connector architecture. It
would be installed as a service on the app server, and do the
described job.
Of course I prefer solution 2!!
My questions are:
- have you heard about a J2EE application server implementing such a
connector ?
- Is it feasable to implement such a connector?
- Did someone try an open-source app server (I think JBoss is the only
answer) that has clustering capabilities, and JMS implemented? if yes
was usable on a critical production environment?

Thanks for any reply and best regards
Sam
 
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