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I would like to know how I can program a type in .NET and use it in Java or vice versa. Do I have to use CORBA with IIOP or is there a concept which maps the RMI to .NET? .NET Remoting supports SOAP but is this the only solution, for me it seems that this .NET Remoting is very powerful but also very heavy in size and not applicable for small devices like PDAs.
How would you solve following problem. You have two PDAs one running on linux with java and the other the Compact Framework. Now I would like to send a message from CF of type X to the java where type X is not yet known?
cheers, Andreas
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.NET Remoting in not a good solution for a PDA. Also, investigate the Common Language Specification and the Common Type Specification in the .NET Framework. The Common Language runtime is the manager for .NET, and functions as a web container, similar to WebSphere Application Server. within the Framework lies the answere to your interesting question.
To interop between J2EE and .NET, there must be a generation of proxies to accomplish the task. Check out chapter 8 in my book. It should be os some value to you.
Thanks, Dwight Peltzer
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