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passing data between Dot net and Java components

jos
Hi There,
What would be suitable options to exchange data between a Dot net program
and a java program?

Thanks
Jyotsna Sharan
Nov 20 '05 #1
4 3146
Hi There,
What would be suitable options to exchange data between a Dot net program
and a java program?


What kind of data? Give us an example, please.

sincerely,
--
Sebastian Zaklada
Skilled Software
http://www.skilledsoftware.com
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SQL Source Control 2003 - for
SQL Server Source Safe integration
and custom databases documentation
Nov 20 '05 #2
jos
The data actually just consists of strings. It is essentially a part of a
catalog, that needs to be passed from the java end to a dot net program.

Thanks
Jyotsna

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Hi There,
What would be suitable options to exchange data between a Dot net program and a java program?


What kind of data? Give us an example, please.

sincerely,
--
Sebastian Zaklada
Skilled Software
http://www.skilledsoftware.com
************************************
SQL Source Control 2003 - for
SQL Server Source Safe integration
and custom databases documentation

Nov 20 '05 #3
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What would be suitable options to exchange data between a Dot net program
and a java program?


There are a number of ways to send data between .NET and Java programs,
including Web services, messaging, and runtime bridges. Using a runtime
bridge is probably the most general, since it allows passing just about any
custom object and offers access to the most fine-grained Java APIs. If
you're looking to use a bridge, check our our JNBridgePro interoperability
bridge. See our Web site at www.jnbridge.com, or contact me for more
information.

Microsoft has published a number of documents on Java/.NET interoperability.
Two documents that were published recently can be found at

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de.../html/jdni.asp
and
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...perability.asp

Wayne
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Wayne Citrin
JNBridge, LLC
ci****@jnbridge.com
www.jnbridge.com
Spanning the Worlds of Java and .NET
____________________________________
Nov 20 '05 #4
jos
Thanks bunch! The msdn link was really helpful.

-Jyotsna Sharan
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What would be suitable options to exchange data between a Dot net program and a java program?
There are a number of ways to send data between .NET and Java programs,
including Web services, messaging, and runtime bridges. Using a runtime
bridge is probably the most general, since it allows passing just about

any custom object and offers access to the most fine-grained Java APIs. If
you're looking to use a bridge, check our our JNBridgePro interoperability
bridge. See our Web site at www.jnbridge.com, or contact me for more
information.

Microsoft has published a number of documents on Java/.NET interoperability. Two documents that were published recently can be found at

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de.../html/jdni.asp and
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...perability.asp
Wayne
____________________________________

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

Nov 20 '05 #5

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