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Issues between a java web service and .NET client

 
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Hi,
I would like to know if anybody has faced issues while consuming a Java web service using .NET web service client.
I have got a directive to use .NET winforms to consume web services(which has been hosted on a J2EE server).

I want to know if there are any issues/ best practices any body has to share so that I will try to watch out for them.
I read on some sites that there is issues serializing nillables values in .NET (http://nileshk.com/2005/04/17/web-services-interop-between-java-and-dot-net.html)

I would like to know from people here if they have any other interoperability issues while using .NET as consumer.

Thanks,
Satish
 
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Hi!
There is an entire project devoted to web service interoperability: WSIT
The WSIT tutorial, which I strongly recommend, can be found at: http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E17802_01/webservices/webservices/reference/tutorials/wsit/doc/index.html
The WSIT project homepage, which is part of the Metro project, can be found at: http://wsit.java.net/
Best wishes!
 
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