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From "James Strachan" <>
Subject Re: Active MQ and cpp
Date Mon, 24 Jul 2006 14:44:59 GMT
Tim answered this very well here

incidentally if you are using Python, PHP and so forth I'd recommend
using the native Stomp clients for all the main scripting languages
(Ruby, Python, Perl, PHP etc).

For C# the pure C# client is well worth using as well.

On 7/24/06, Lalit Nagpal <> wrote:
> Hi ...
> We need a MOM that provides C++ API support (ActiveMQ does this ... but i am
> a bit confused on ActiveMQ-cpp, stomp and openwire). I am running into
> questions like why openwire and why stomp, activemq-cpp says it is swappable
> for both protocols.
> What we intend to do in our application is we would be building a C++ layer
> to talk to ActiveMQ and then we would be generating code on the C++ layer
> for different languages (Java, Python, .Net etc) using Swig. Ours is a
> service bus created mainly for the reasons of performance, integration etc.
> Can somebody guide me on how i should proceed on these areas. I am a
> complete newbie to ActiveMQ and want to run some samples to get a feel of
> how ActiveMQ works (consider C++) only.
> Please guide me on how to proceed.
> Thanks in advance
> Lalit Nagpal
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