I'm looking into a method for allowing a C++ program to start up an EJB to do some processing. I am sending 4 simple...
parameters (2 ints and 2 small strings).
It looks like JMS may be the way to go, but I can't seem to find a way to send a message to JMS from C++ (on a Unix box). Can you point me in the right direction?
If you just want to send some simple parameters to an EJB, from a C++ application, then I'd rather suggest using a C++ CORBA ORB. JMS is targeted at Java applications, although there are JMS "add-ons" allowing C++ applications to send and receive JMS messages. But applying such a JMS/C++ solution to you problem might be like "shooting a bird with a cannon".
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