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JNBridge Shakes Up Interoperability Toolkit


JNBridge has sharpened up its interoperability tools for Java and .NET with the 3.0 version release of its JMS Adapters. The tools themselves are designed for developers to access JMS (Java Messaging Service) directly from BizTalk Server or from .NET-based applications themselves. The lengthily named JNBridge JMS Adapter for BizTalk Server V3.0 has now added support for JMS Map Messages, and this is intended to automatically convert received map messages to XML documents based on user provided schemas.

The JNBridge JMS Adapter for .NET adds full support for Visual Studio 2010 and Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Line-of-Business (LOB) SDK. The company says that the adapters enable the integration of any existing JMS (Java Message Service) infrastructure with BizTalk Server or with Microsoft .NET Framework-based desktop applications, server solutions, and cloud deployments. With the adapters, developers are able to configure transports and integrate applications, simplifying the complexity and therefore allowing development teams to reduce risk and focus on automating other businesses processes.

"This latest release of the adapters is another step forward in our vision of interoperability, allowing users to deploy interoperable solutions anywhere," said Wayne Citrin, CTO of JNBridge. "The latest version of each adapter allows enterprises to purchase and deploy according to their business needs: from conventional perpetual machine-based licensing to annual licenses on virtual machines, or even to instances in the cloud."


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