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Does anyone have experience of using c# to communicate with JBossApp Server

Hi,

I am developing a C# front end. But my backend app server is JBoss. I
want to know how I can communicate with the backend (maybe using
System.Net.WebClient classes?). A search on Google does not yield much.

I look forward to any one who has actually done this in practise, or
failing that, any suggestions of how to solve this would be very much
appreciated.

Thanks
Nov 25 '05 #1
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Ann,
I am developing a C# front end. But my backend app server is JBoss. I want
to know how I can communicate with the backend (maybe using
System.Net.WebClient classes?).


Well, we used the Oracle OC4J application server, but that is not important.
Our architecture uses web services to allow the C# user interface/front end
to integrate with the java server-side application. The same approach is
possible with JBoss.

Regards,

Randy
Nov 26 '05 #2
Ann Huxtable wrote:
Hi,

I am developing a C# front end. But my backend app server is JBoss. I
want to know how I can communicate with the backend (maybe using
System.Net.WebClient classes?). A search on Google does not yield much.

I look forward to any one who has actually done this in practise, or
failing that, any suggestions of how to solve this would be very much
appreciated.


Hi Ann --

Our Java/.NET interop product, JNBridgePro, allows you to construct C#
front ends to JBoss. You can get much finer access to the J2EE APIs
than you can with a Web service, and the speed is over an order of
magnitude faster.

You can find an example of how to use JNBridgePro to interoperate .NET
with JBoss at http://www.jnbridge.com/demos.htm.

Wayne Citrin
JNBridge, LLC
ci****@jnbridge.com
www.jnbridge.com
Spanning Java and .NET

Nov 29 '05 #3
Ann Huxtable wrote:
Hi,

I am developing a C# front end. But my backend app server is JBoss. I
want to know how I can communicate with the backend (maybe using
System.Net.WebClient classes?). A search on Google does not yield much.

I look forward to any one who has actually done this in practise, or
failing that, any suggestions of how to solve this would be very much
appreciated.


Hi Ann --

Our Java/.NET interop product, JNBridgePro, allows you to construct C#
front ends to JBoss. You can get much finer access to the J2EE APIs
than you can with a Web service, and the speed is over an order of
magnitude faster.

You can find an example of how to use JNBridgePro to interoperate .NET
with JBoss at http://www.jnbridge.com/demos.htm.

Wayne Citrin
JNBridge, LLC
ci****@jnbridge.com
www.jnbridge.com
Spanning Java and .NET

Nov 29 '05 #4

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