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Thread: About JMS

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    Default About JMS

    I have successfully written and executed "Hello World" program using JMS. I have also understood the concept behind integration of distributed applications asynchronously using JMS and JMS Vendor products like Sun Java Messaging Queue.

    My question is how a messaging product understands two different applications. For example, I want to integrate information from SAP application and a Microsoft Application. SAP data is stored in one application server and Microsoft Application uses SQL Server as back-end database.

    Now I would like to integrate SAP ERP system with Microsoft Application using SQL Server. In order to achieve integration of these two applications using JMS and a messaging product, what should be done in Java's JMS, what should be done in Messaing product and what should be done in the two applications>

    First of all, such an integraion is possible using JMS and messaging product?

    I want a clarity and I request any of the forum expert reply breifly how to achieve successful integration.


    K. Rangarajan
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    Default Re: About JMS

    I believe that you could achieve this using web services between your Java products and your .net products.

    // Json

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    Default Re: About JMS

    As Json mentioned. There can be many ways to achieve this but the fundamental concept remains same.

    You can need to create a common protocol between these two technologies. It can be something like this

    1. XML request and response
    2. Create a web service which can use XML
    3. Create your own req/response protocol over HTTP or TCP and have both application understand it.

    Best approach would be Web Services due to its extremely generic nature.
    Hope this helps.