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can I use javax.jms in J2ME???

 
Andres Gonzalez
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I was just wondering if this package is available in the J2ME... if it is, are there any resources available so I can have a look at.. I need to create a small program using J2ME that sends messages to a J2EE architecture using JMS as a bridge... am I dreaming?? :roll:
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Stanley Wong
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Have a look at JORAM, open source implementation of JMS. The new version of JORAM come with kJORAM libraries which allows J2ME applications to use JORAM messaging functionnalities.
http://joram.objectweb.org/
 
Michael Yuan
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Actually, in addition to JORAM, there are several other JMS-for-J2ME or SMS-to-JMS products. Examples include the IBM MQe and iBus//Mobile.
 
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What about the standard sms and cbs packages that come with MM Api from sun?
Just reading the specs now.
Mark
 
Michael Yuan
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SMS is largely a transportation layer technology. JMS is an application level technology. You can certainly build JMS gateways on top the the SMS infrastructure (like what iBus//Mobile did).
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Michael
 
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