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chetan dhumane
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Can we implement ISO 8583 server in Java and client in C++.

I mean to say using carbide C++ for client developement and Eclipse for server development.
Are both party's are compatible with each other while sending and receiving the messages.

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William Brogden
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I gather from this Wikipedia article that there are a lot of idiosyncrasies in ISO 8583 implementations so be prepared for lots of fiddling.

I would certainly choose Java for the server side - it has all the tools you need for handling bitmaps etc etc. and the IDE support is good.

From the article it looks like ISO 8583 connectivity could be just about anything - are you sure HTTP and the Internet are your best bet?

Are you writing all of this from scratch or are you trying to work with existing code?

The article mentions several Java frameworks already in existance - why not use an existing one?

chetan dhumane
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I am using j8583 library in java.
I want to know , can I implement client in c++.
I mean to say client in Carbide C++.
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