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Comunication between Java and .Net with a MOM

 
Dominique Righetto
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Hello,

For a project architecture i use a Middleware Oriented Messages between a JEE application and a .Net application to exchange XML messages.

I have searched on the web after free and open source MOM and i have found :
-> JORAM
-> ActiveMQ
-> JBossMQ

But i can't find any documentation about access to JORAM from a .Net application...and for ActiveMQ i see that the .Net access API is in development...

Do you know a robust, free and open source MOM that possess administration tool and can be easily used in Java and .Net ?

Thanks in advance for your help

PS : If i find a MOM that have this properties i will put references here...

Bye,

Dominique
[ November 29, 2007: Message edited by: Dominique Righetto ]
 
David Heffelfinger
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Dominique,

You might want to try Metro, the web services stack in GlassFish. It features .NET interoperability.

David
 
Dominique Righetto
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Hi David,

First, i would like to thank you for your answer

I can't use WebServices because the volume of the data exchanged is relatively high (XML with a size between 1 and 2MB) it's for this reason that i have think to use a MOM.... :roll:

Dominique
[ November 28, 2007: Message edited by: Dominique Righetto ]
 
Dominique Righetto
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Hi,

I have performed some tests with ActiveMQ 4.1.1 with Java and .Net and it's OK for the communication in both side...For .Net side i have used the ActiveMQ API provided named "NMS"...

Thanks again for your help

Bye

Dominique
 
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