Monday, April 23, 2001 04:35 PM
JMS API was first introduced in 1998, its most important purpose was to allow Java applications to interoperate with existing messaging-oriented middleware (MOM) systems such as MQSeries from IBM and TIB/Rendezvous from TIBCO Software.
Yep, it has come up good and JMS providers like BEA, Fiorano etc have built 3rd party products to help many JMS applications.
The latest version of the JMS Specification is Version 1.0.2, which was released in November 1999.
I do not know about Australia. Some one else could be in a better position to comment on that.