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From bhartsb <>
Subject Re: ActiveMQ client on Blackberry/JME/J2ME
Date Sat, 31 Mar 2007 22:04:04 GMT

Speed of response is critical for my application.  Also it must work with
BES and BIS connected users.  So it doesn't appear either of what you
suggest will work.  Any other suggestions?

Gaurav Hariani-2 wrote:
> It should be possible to write a simple STOMP client for the blackberry 
> ... as they support sockets.
> (This feature may be restricted to Blackberry devices connected to a 
> corporate network using the MDS)
> Another alternative which is probably slower but easier to write is a 
> JMS client running on your network and listening for messages sent by 
> the blackberry device using http
> and pushing messages to the device using MDS functionality -- IIRC you 
> can push data to a channel and have multiple devices listening to it. 
> Your application running on the device can listen for pushed messages.
> This approach avoids having to deal with disconnects etc. and is 
> probably best for battery life as well.
> bhartsb wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I'm wondering if anyone can give me some suggestions for running a JMS
>> client on a Blackberry device.  Has anyone done this?  Any suggestions
>> for
>> how to accomplish this would be greatly appreciated.  
>> As I understand it, Blackberry's have some of there own APIs and support
>> only a subset of J2ME called JME.  
>> Thanks in advance.

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