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I need to integrate Java application and .net application. Basically I need to use the UI of the .net application. On click of a confirmation button in my Java application, application needs to redirect to .net application pages. Once the transaction is completed in the .net application again application needs to redirect to Java application. .net application has already been build. We are building the Java application.If an one has idea please suggest how can this be implemented.
These are both web apps? Does the user need to interact with both of them?
A form submit on a web page could go to a different server. Or is there too much contextual data that needs to be shared between both applications? In that case, a common database might be the way to go, with just a client-side redirect that transports an encrypted token in the URL, which tells the other application which DB records to look at. [ April 11, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
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Yes, both are web applications. Both have different data bases.