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From Mitchell Horowitz <horow...@sonicsoftware.com>
Subject Re: Issue with SOAP messaging with JMS
Date Tue, 27 May 2003 19:28:11 GMT
Here is a shameless plug -

SonicMQ has a native COM client that supports JMS in a .NET environment 
including VB and C#.  If you go to the Sonic Webpage, you can download 
the JMS COM Client at no charge.
http://www.sonicsoftware.com/cgi-bin/sonic.cgi/download_menu.w and go to 
the Clients Download section.



Francis Ho -- Sun Enterprise Architecture wrote:

>Since you plan to use JMS as the underlying transport, you will need to use a
>JMS implementation that supports .NET clients or use a bridge like ActiveJMS
>(see: http://active-jms.sourceforge.net).
>
>
>francis
>--
>Niket Anand <niket@noida.manystreams.com> wrote:
>
>Hello All,
>As Axis is providing API or samples for JMS transport service with SOAP. But I
>have a query.
> 
>To get the web service using Axis with JMS, client should be in java. But I want
>to provide web service which can handle Asynchronous SOAP messaging with any
>Applications as clients. These applications might be implemented in .NET, java etc.
>Can anybody tell me the solution How to have such kind of service with .NET client
> 
>waiting for ur reply.....
>Thanks,
>Niket
>  
>

-- 
Mitchell Horowitz
Principal Systems Engineer
Tel: 1 415 643-SONIC
Western Region Team Leader
www.sonicsoftware.com


Sonic Software


 










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