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.NET and J2EE using Corba?

 
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Hi Dwight Peltzer,
I'm very interested in the interoperability of .NET and J2EE. I'm officially a J2EE developer but currently I'm working on the concepts of a project that needs to be done in .NET.
Everyone is talking about Web Services as the technology to communicate with the different technologies. But what about Corba? Can Corba be used to communicate between .NET and J2EE?
Yours,
Mark Monster
 
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Hi Mark Monster: As you well know, CORBA can communicate with other non-java applications. It is actually a good choice. Although, it is more complicated but for you, a Java programmer, it should be easy. If you need to move data from Java to SQL Server 2000, JNetDirects JSQL Mappper is a great tool to use. They also have a bi-directional tool called JBIS. JSQL Mapper uses their own JDBC driver, and is not considered a developmental tool.Check them out. Dwight Peltzer
 
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