1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 28, 2002 11:20 AM by David VINCENT

    C# JBossMQ client

    John Fawcett Newbie

      Hey, I mistakenly posted some development thoughts on the user forum.

      http://www.jboss.org/modules/bb/index.html?module=bb&op=viewtopic&t=forums/ I am trying to build a UIL client. So far I have a Mux stream implementation that is about 90% complete. After that I was going to tackle the UILClientServiceIL and UILServerIL, which I believe are the classes required for a UILService client?

      I read through the java code, and it seems to me the majority of the objects sent across the wire implement externalizable, and then write their contents in primitives. This is terrific, since a C# client should be able to read this data in and instantiate classes of its own. The only exceptions I have come across are SpyDestination and Subscription. Do you know of any other classes which do not implement externalizable or whether any of the write/readObject() methods use anything other than primitives?