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      Although FIX (Financial Information eXchange)is specific to the financial services industry, it is ubiquitous. It would be keen to add mule support for this as a mule transport. Quickfix just release an all java version of their fix engine, and it's open source, so there'll be no licensing issues for mule users there.

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        Ross Mason added a comment -

        Hi Daniel,

        Thanks for the suggestion. Did you have a go at doing this? Would be happy to include it in the distribution.

        Cheers,

        Ross

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        Ross Mason added a comment - Hi Daniel, Thanks for the suggestion. Did you have a go at doing this? Would be happy to include it in the distribution. Cheers, Ross
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        Andrew Perepelytsya added a comment -

        The license is BSD (read - Mule-compatible), 1.0.0-final version is available from http://www.quickfixj.org

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        Andrew Perepelytsya added a comment - The license is BSD (read - Mule-compatible), 1.0.0-final version is available from http://www.quickfixj.org
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        Colin Crist added a comment -

        Earlier this year I posted a couple of lines on the QuickFIX/J wiki:

        http://www.quickfixj.org/confluence/display/qfj/Mule+Integration

        I even had a stab at starting a connector but didn't get very far as limited time and all that.

        If I was to help out could we get one into 2.0?

        Whats the best examplar transport connector that covers all a (messaging) connectors functionality - JMS perhaps?

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        Colin Crist added a comment - Earlier this year I posted a couple of lines on the QuickFIX/J wiki: http://www.quickfixj.org/confluence/display/qfj/Mule+Integration I even had a stab at starting a connector but didn't get very far as limited time and all that. If I was to help out could we get one into 2.0? Whats the best examplar transport connector that covers all a (messaging) connectors functionality - JMS perhaps?
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        Andrew Perepelytsya added a comment -

        Hi Colin,

        You can host this project in MuleForge now ( http://www.muleforge.org ) It won't be included in the core, but can be developed as an add-on perfectly fine. You can submit a project request (link back to this JIRA) and they'll set you up as a project despot.

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        Andrew Perepelytsya added a comment - Hi Colin, You can host this project in MuleForge now ( http://www.muleforge.org ) It won't be included in the core, but can be developed as an add-on perfectly fine. You can submit a project request (link back to this JIRA) and they'll set you up as a project despot.
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        Ross Mason added a comment -

        This should be tracked as a MuleForge project. There is currently aslo a proposal for SWIFT, but it doesn't look like its seen any action: http://www.muleforge.org/projects.php?projectname=SWIFT%20Module

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        Ross Mason added a comment - This should be tracked as a MuleForge project. There is currently aslo a proposal for SWIFT, but it doesn't look like its seen any action: http://www.muleforge.org/projects.php?projectname=SWIFT%20Module

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            Daniel J. McCarthy
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              2/Jun/09

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