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From "Hiram Chirino" <>
Subject Re: reg producing of object messages from activemq cpp and consuming using java client
Date Fri, 04 Jan 2008 20:37:24 GMT

Encoding Object Messages from C++ would be VERY difficult.  It's a
complex encoding and your C++ would need to intimately know about the
class structures in your Java world.

I'd recommend you send XML messages in C++ in the broker then use the
built in camel integration in the broker to transform them before
routing those messages to the Java consumers.

See for more info:

On Jan 4, 2008 4:34 AM, narts <> wrote:
> I am using activemq 5.0.0 and activemq cpp 2.1.3 on Windows
> My requirement is to produce object messages using cpp client and consume by
> java client.
> But  activemq cpp 2.1.3 is not supporting object messages.
> So i am looking for the possibility to produce text messages using cpp
> client and  consume at java end and transform the text message to object
> message.
> After bit up google i fing out that  ActiveMQ in 4.2 onwards comming with a
> pluggable strategy called the
> MessageTransformer interface.  Which can be used to transform ObjectMessage
> into a TextMessage using XML marshalling technology like XStream or JAXB2.
> But not able to find how to use them.
> Please anybody help me.
> Regards
> Naresh
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