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Using ZeroMQ to Bring MSMQ and Mule ESB Together

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Using ZeroMQ to Bring MSMQ and Mule ESB Together

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After lots of work trying to bridge Microsoft's MSMQ and Mule ESB, Claude Mamo and John D'Emic figured out  a way to do it with the help of ZeroMQ.  The bridge itself was easy, and took about 15 minutes to code in C#.

Bridging Mule and MSMQ with ZeroMQ 


It was the security measures in Windows that restrict DCOM access that caused most of the issues.  ZeroMQ was used as a broker between Mule and the bridge.  They've also replaced the default C++ implementation of ZeroMQ with JeroMQ, the Java implementation

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