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Java and C++ interoperability

 
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Hello!

I have a J2EE application on Glassfish application server and a C++ client which uses services provided by this application.

As i have heard, J2EE appication on server can be accessed by C++ client using web services.

Is there another way to achieve interoperability between J2EE and C++?
Maybe some more lightweight remoting protocol?

Thanks in advance!

Best regards
Vasily
 
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Hi Vasily,

yes, there is another protocol: CORBA or IIOP....


You can have a look at this:

RMI-IIOP Programmer's Guide



John
 
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John, thank you.

Best regards
Vasily
 
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