.NET Zone is brought to you in partnership with:

Matthew is a DZone employee and has posted 155 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

First Ever Oracle AQ & .NET Integration!

  • submit to reddit
Just about any .NET and Java applications can be integrated these days with a little bit of hacking by the experts at JNBridge.  Their solution basically takes care of the black magic associated with having a deeper, more reliable Java-.NET interop solution.  Today they added another first in the world of .NET - Java interop.

Their tools now support integration between Oracle Advanced Queuing (AQ) in its JMS Adapters for .NET and for BizTalk Server. This also facilitates the integration of the Oracle Retail Integration Bus (RIB) with BizTalk Server.

Some more details from the press release:

The JNBridge JMS Adapters enable enterprises to integrate any existing Java Message Service (JMS) infrastructure with BizTalk Server or with .NET Framework-based desktop applications, server solutions and cloud deployments. The Adapters support any vendor’s JMS that complies with the JMS 1.1 specification. Stand-alone Oracle AQ does not support JNDI, a Java Enterprise mechanism that provides standardized interoperability between clients and directory and remote services. Previous versions of the JNBridge JMS Adapters could not connect to the proprietary interface which replaces JNDI in Oracle AQ. 

The latest versions of the JMS Adapter for .NET and the JMS Adapter for BizTalk Server include a simple JNDI implementation that hides the proprietary API from users. In addition to supporting stand-alone Oracle AQ, new configuration guides provide details on correctly deploying Oracle AQ to Oracle WebLogic so that external JMS clients, like the adapters, are supported.

And here are two simple technical docs to get you started on this integration path:

Be sure to check out how JNBridge is allowing Big Data folks to use C# and VB as first class citizens in Hadoop.


Fahmeed Nawaz replied on Tue, 2012/06/12 - 10:24am

Thanks for listing the MongoDB-Rhino project I started. However, I think it's important to mention that the language is JavaScript, and the engine is Rhino. Perhaps note "JavaScript (via Rhino)"?

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.