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TIBCO JMS with .Net

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We are looking to integrate our JMS for TIBCO Enterprise with some in-house .NET applications.  Has anybody out there done this or is anybody able to give us some pointers to implementing this ideally in VB .Net.
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by:Arthur_Wood
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seems to be a conflict, as JMS is Java Message Service - how would you intend to combine that with .NET?

mind you, I know nothing about JMS, or TIBCO for that matter, but there does appear to be a confilct in platform.

"JMS (Java Message Service) is the messaging element of the J2EE (Java Platform, Enterprise Edition) specification. It provides a standardized interface for enabling communications between J2EE-compliant applications, Enterprise Java Beans, and application servers."

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mccalni062000 earned 500 total points
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There is a way to do this. Tibco actually supply a C# example implementation with the Tibco installation. Not 100% it's using JMS api because I haven't looked. But if the eg's there, may be wirth having a look and if necessary wrapping it up as a service and calling from VB.Net
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by:meet_zorrer
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Hi !

can you tell where did you get the JMS, C# documents, an Tibco installation files, cos it will be only then possible for me to give your answer!

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