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Your best bet (IMHO) would be to come up with your own protocol, create a socket listener on JBoss, and have JBoss enqueue a JMS message per request, rather than trying to use an existing transport like UIL2. HTTP is probably the most simple.
There is no language-agnostic, generic JMS protocol available to talk to JBoss. So you have to invent your own.
Thank you for your response. My experience is limited to real-time embedded platforms but I would appreciate if you could elaborate, or point to reading material, on how to create a socket listener on JBoss, and have JBoss enqueue a JMS message per request.
There are a lot of books (and online tutorials, etc.) on network programming in Java.
Combined with some examples on JMX and JMS, you should be able to write a server.