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dotnet\java integration - commerial apps?

We are a software vendor and have been working on an integrated dotnet\java
solution to replace the legacy product offering. The new architecture is a
dotNet client with a Java backend. the java was selected to satisfy our
primary enterprise level client (who is anti-msft) and to attract new
enterprise level clients. We are using the dotNet client for a smart client
that uses web services to talk to the back-end.

While there are challenges and we have been making progress. Now, we have a
bit of a shift in our management and they want us to cite some other
references who have mixed the platforms like this.

So I am curious, is anybody aware of any commercial products that feature
the platform mix?

I don't need to contact anybody, it would be great if I could just point
then to a web page. It seems like the financial sector does this sort of
thing on a regular basis, so if anybody knows of any specific products I'd
appreciate it.

thanks,
jeff
Dec 5 '07 #1
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Jeff Jarrell <jj************@yahoo.comwrote:
We are a software vendor and have been working on an integrated dotnet\java
solution to replace the legacy product offering. The new architecture is a
dotNet client with a Java backend. the java was selected to satisfy our
primary enterprise level client (who is anti-msft) and to attract new
enterprise level clients. We are using the dotNet client for a smart client
that uses web services to talk to the back-end.

While there are challenges and we have been making progress. Now, we have a
bit of a shift in our management and they want us to cite some other
references who have mixed the platforms like this.

So I am curious, is anybody aware of any commercial products that feature
the platform mix?

I don't need to contact anybody, it would be great if I could just point
then to a web page. It seems like the financial sector does this sort of
thing on a regular basis, so if anybody knows of any specific products I'd
appreciate it.
When I was working at Clearswift, the content security company, we had
a Java back-end for message tracking, but a web application written in
ASP.NET to display the data.

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Dec 5 '07 #2
Great. Thanks for the reference.
jeff

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Jeff Jarrell <jj************@yahoo.comwrote:
>We are a software vendor and have been working on an integrated
dotnet\java
solution to replace the legacy product offering. The new architecture is
a
dotNet client with a Java backend. the java was selected to satisfy our
primary enterprise level client (who is anti-msft) and to attract new
enterprise level clients. We are using the dotNet client for a smart
client
that uses web services to talk to the back-end.

While there are challenges and we have been making progress. Now, we
have a
bit of a shift in our management and they want us to cite some other
references who have mixed the platforms like this.

So I am curious, is anybody aware of any commercial products that feature
the platform mix?

I don't need to contact anybody, it would be great if I could just point
then to a web page. It seems like the financial sector does this sort of
thing on a regular basis, so if anybody knows of any specific products
I'd
appreciate it.

When I was working at Clearswift, the content security company, we had
a Java back-end for message tracking, but a web application written in
ASP.NET to display the data.

--
Jon Skeet - <sk***@pobox.com>
http://www.pobox.com/~skeet Blog: http://www.msmvps.com/jon.skeet
World class .NET training in the UK: http://iterativetraining.co.uk

Dec 6 '07 #3

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