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Tomcat - JMS

 
Senthil Kumar Balasubramanian
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Hi,

I am working in a java project with Tomcat4.1 as Server. We would like to connect to Mobile Service Provider to sedn and recieve SMS.

I think we can do it thru' JMS(Java Messaging Service). But as per the project requirement, we should not use other than Tomcat. So can anyone help to resolve this issue.

How can we include JMS in Tomcat?
Or else Is there anyother alternate way to do this?

Thanks & Regards,
Vishal.
 
Mike Curwen
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The other thing to try is a SMS api.

Try http://www.sourceforge.net/search, type "java SMS" and be sure to check "Require All Words".

I find a few promising leads in the top 10 results.
 
Max Khukhro
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You can create and run the mobile (SMS) service. The system has a web interface with public access. Integration with Web application is supported.

http://ci.uniproglobal.com
 
Nathaniel Stoddard
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To answer the question though: Tomcat is a web container only. If you need a JMS Server, try OpenJMS or spend $10,000 and buy one.
 
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