We're planning C++ clients on JBM 2.0.
with JBM 1.4, you could instantiate Java using JNI from your C++ client, and use a regular Java client, or use a WebService/REST deployed on JBAS with C++.
Thank you for you response.
Can a RHM client be able to send messages to JBOSS Messaging as both of them use AQMP. Please advice we are planning to use JBOSS 4.2.2.
I read the below from this URL
Furthermore, because both JBoss Messaging and Red Hat Messaging include JMS-compatible clients, applications may select to use either project's JMS client when constructing their applications, based on the needs and environment of that application
JBoss Messaging 1.4 or 2.0 don't support AMQP yet.
We have it planned for 2.0.
BTW: If you don't mind I will move this Thread to the User's forum.
Thanks and appreciate your response.
Please do move it.
Tim thanks your response.
We succeeded in C++ clients sending messages to ActiveMQ also succeeded in integrating ActiveMQ to JBOSS.
But we wanted to explore if there are any C++ clients that can send messages to JBOSS Messaging since we want to stick to JBOSS Messaging for better product support.
We are toll industry planning 250 + installations of our MOM based application with C++ clients sending messages to JMS for every vehicle. We are evaluating JBOSS for this requirement.
Is it better to use ActiveMQ integrated with JBOSS or use Stop connector with JBOSS Messaging?
Your suggestion is greatly appreciated.
another option is sun's openmq(https://mq.dev.java.net) ,it support c++ client ,I also evaluate jbm activemq openmq, I found JBM is the best but it can't support C++,activemq is not so stable,openmq stable but preformance not so good but it can support c++ client ,and have lots docs, and rich admin application.
so now i will choose jbm or openmq
I believe stomp with JBM would be a better option.
Can you please let us know when C++ clients on JBM 2.0 will be available.
There's an FAQ on this.