This is certainly a viable approach. You could write a VB client application, which uses SOAP to communicate with an Axis Web service running under control of JBoss. The Web service implementation then uses the javax.jms package to communicate via JMS. The following book provides information about how to access Axis Web services from a .NET client:
"AXIS Next Generation Java SOAP"
Wrox Press Ltd.
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