JNBridge announces the update of their JMS Adapters for BizTalk, .NET

JNBridge, a maker of technologies to bridge the Java and .NET worlds, has released a new version of its Java Message Service adapters for Microsoft BizTalk and .NET. The release of Version 2.1 of its JMS Adapters for .NET and for BizTalk Server will enable enterprises to quickly and easily connect JMS infrastructures with BizTalk Server or other .NET applications, resulting in lower costs and reduced deployment times. Version 2.1 incorporates several customer-driven requests, including fault-tolerant connections and support for ISO 8859-15 encoding of XML documents. The update will also enable businesses to integrate any existing JMS infrastructure with BizTalk Server or with Microsoft .NET Framework-based applications.

JNBridge has announced a new version of its Java Message Service (JMS) Adapters for Microsoft's BizTalk Server and for the .NET Framework

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