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Codemesh Releases JMS Courier 2.0 Beta
Codemesh released a beta of version 2.0 of its JMS Courier solution, which aims tp integrate JMS and C++. JMS Courier is designed to expand the Java Message Service (JMS) enterprise communication environment to C++ applications. The latest release from Codemesh aims to integrate JMS and C++ as well as expand the Java Message Service enterprise communication environment to C++ applications.
According to the company, this release offers a quick and easy installation of everything needed to start with a JMS and JMS Courier. JMS Courier is now integrated with Nirvana, a Java messaging middleware solution from my-Channels.
"You'll always be able to get your C++ application integrated into JMS in a couple of hours," said Alexander Krapf, president of Codemesh. "And now that you can work right away with Nirvana, one of the best JMS implementations anywhere, your evaluation will be that much easier too."
JMS Courier evaluation software comes with Nirvana and OpenJMS but should also work with any JMS implementation, including implementations from BEA Systems, IBM, iPlanet, Oracle, Sonic Software, SpiritSoft, and Talarian, as well as the free JMS implementations from OpenJMS and JBoss.
The beta version of JMS Courier Release 2.0, which includes Nirvana, is now available on Windows for evaluation. A Solaris and Linux version should be ready within the next several weeks. A final release is scheduled to be available later this fall.