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XMS .NET: IBM Message Service Client for .NET Beta

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IronPython and Boo developers may find this interesting:

The second refresh of the IBM Message Service Client for .NET Beta is
now
available:

http://www14.software.ibm.com/webapp...o=y&rs=message

The key enhancements in this refresh are:

- The supported messaging environments have been extended to include
IBM
WebSphere MQ 5.3 and 6 (for point to point messaging only) and WBI
Message
Broker 6.
- Several updates have been made to remove API restrictions and fix
minor
defects reported since the previous refresh or during continued
testing.
- The first full draft of the user documentation has been completed.

Further details can be found in the products readme.txt.

Any feedback or queries are welcomed at:
news://news.software.ibm.com/ibm.sof...sphere.mq.beta.
But please prefix your XMS-related posts to this Beta newsgroup with
'XMS .NET:'.

About XMS .NET:

XMS .NET can connect to WebSphere MQ, The default messaging provider in

WebSphere Application Server v6 and WebSphere Business Integration
Event/Message Brokers.

An XMS application can exchange messages with any of the following
types
of application - An XMS application, a WebSphere MQ JMS application, a
native WebSphere MQ application and a JMS application that is using the

WebSphere default messaging provider. XMS applications may use
different
IBM messaging servers with little or no change.

Oct 11 '05 #1
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