Saturday, June 23, 2001 08:56 AM
In short, yes.
The simplest way to make this work is to have the JMS server be on the same host as the web server serving the applet. However, you can also write your own proxy JMS servlet, or even better, use one of the vendor's own HTTP or SOAP client implementations and you should be able to seamlessly redirect the JMS requests from the HTTP server to the JMS server and back again.
Your applet will need acess to all the client side JMS jars required by the vendor.