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From Pete Helgren <P...@valadd.com>
Subject Re: Writing to JMS queues from RPG programs
Date Tue, 01 Jan 2008 00:05:04 GMT
Have you looked at HTTPAPI by Scott Klement ? 
(http://www.scottklement.com/httpapi/)

Pete Helgren

svdv wrote:
> Thank you for your response. I am in the process of exploring the REST based
> approach as RPG has a way to send HTTP POST requests. Currently RPG does a
> HTTP POST to a servlet which processes the information synchronously. By
> using REST based service and hooking it up to a ActiveMQ queue i can have
> the RPG calls processed asynchronously.
>
> Thanks
> Sriram
>
>
> mjustin wrote:
>   
>> Hello Sriram
>>
>> If there is a HTTP package for RPG then the application could use the REST
>> protocol which seems to be very easy to implement. (However I have only
>> experience with STOMP.)
>>
>> Michael
>>
>>
>> svdv wrote:
>>     
>>> Hello All,
>>>    We are looking at using ActiveMQ as a way to have asynchronous
>>> delivery of data from a AS/400 backend to a front end Java application.
>>> There is a always IBM's Dataqueues that can be used. But having a JMS
>>> based interface to communicate between the front end and the back end
>>> would provide a better architecture. Could someone please shed some light
>>> if this is possible with ActiveMQ
>>>
>>> Thanks in Advance
>>> Sriram
>>>
>>>
>>>       
>>     
>
>   

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