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meshek kumar
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Hi All,

I'm new to JMS. i've basic query whether can i communicate a Non-Java application(.Net ,C, C++) by using an Application in JMS.

And also suggest me good tutorials and API's.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.Thanks in Advance
 
Jimmy Clark
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The Java Message Service API enables Java-based applications to send and receive messages from a message queue.

Other applications (non-Java) can also send and receive messages from a message queue.

These applications can communicate with each other by sending and receiving messages. Take note that they both have to understand the content of the message and be designed to process the content of the message. Creating messages containing SOAP XML is the industry standard but is not the only option.

Take a look at the documentation for MQ Series to learn more.

MQ Series
[ May 07, 2008: Message edited by: James Clark ]
 
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