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  • November 6, 2014

Interoperability between Microsoft and SOA Suite 12c by Ricardo Ferreira

Juergen Kress
PaaS & Middleware Partner Adoption

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During the design of SOA applications it is inevitable that from time to time you will need to interface with Microsoft-based applications. While technologies like SOAP and REST do a great job when request-reply communication is needed, most people struggle when a messaging-based communication is required. This blog will present two approaches to get messaging working between Microsoft and SOA Suite 12c.
Which Choices Do I have?
SOA Suite 12c offers a complete set of tools to integrate with Microsoft applications using messaging. Which one to use is a simple question of asking where the messaging system resides. If the messaging system to be accessed sits on SOA Suite side (WebLogic JMS) then you should use the WebLogic JMS .NET Client. If the messaging system to be accessed sits on Microsoft side (Microsoft Message Queuing) then you should use the JCA adapter for MSMQ. Using the WebLogic JMS .NET Client allows code written in .NET to access the WebLogic JMS server using the T3 protocol, just like any other Java application. Using the JCA adapter for MSMQ allows SOA composites and OSB applications to send/receive messages to/from MSMQ queues.
Using the WebLogic JMS .NET Client
The implementation of the WebLogic JMS .NET Client is very straightforward. All you have to do is deploy your .NET application with the WebLogic.Messaging.dll assembly file. You still need to code how your application will send/receive messages to/from the WebLogic JMS destinations. You can easily find the WebLogic.Messaging.dll assembly file in the following location: $FMW_HOME/wlserver/modules/com.bea.weblogic.jms.dotnetclient_x.x.x.x. In the same location you can find the WebLogic JMS .NET Client API documentation. For those of you that are familiar with the JMS API, it will be easy to understand since the API design is almost the same. For beginners, I have provided the following C# sample code that shows how to publish messages to an WebLogic JMS queue. Read the complete article here.


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