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Posted By:   Alexander_Krapf
Posted On:   Wednesday, August 29, 2001 07:58 PM

There used to be the jGuru feature where you could ask and answer a question at the same time. As many people use this forum for search purposes and the C++ question comes up every now and then, I would like to post such an "answered question". Codemesh just released JMS Courier , a product that gives C++ applications access to the entire JMS API through a set of C++ proxy classes. These proxy classes allow the developer to write C++ code that looks remarkably like the code that they would write in a Java JMS application. JMS Courier is initally available on Windows and Solaris and is being ported to AIX and Linux. You can request an evaluation version on Codemesh's website or send    More>>

There used to be the jGuru feature where you could ask and answer a question at the same time.

As many people use this forum for search purposes and the C++ question comes up every now and then, I would like to post such an "answered question".


Codemesh just released JMS Courier , a product that gives C++ applications access to the entire JMS API through a set of C++ proxy classes.


These proxy classes allow the developer to write C++ code that looks remarkably like the code that they would write in a Java JMS application.


JMS Courier is initally available on Windows and Solaris and is being ported to AIX and Linux.


You can request an evaluation version on Codemesh's website or send your questions to info@codemesh.com


Thank you,


Alex

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