Dwight Peltzer

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Jeremy and Kazeem: The answer to you question is JSQLMapper fro JNetDirect. It is a bidirectional tool YOu can receive a dataset from .NET
17 years ago
Yes, however I suggest trying JNetDirect solutions. They will do everything you want them to do. Web services is of course another solution, but, whant you want to do is more complicated. Try my first solution. Dwight
17 years ago
Ted, write me at dpeltzer@optonline.net and I will discuss this with you.
Thanks, Dwight
17 years ago
Yours is a big and important question. I use JNetDirects JBIS to do what you suggest. It is fast, efficient. Thanks, Dwight
17 years ago
I like the C# optimized language. It is written for .NET. i ALSO enjoy writing in Visual Basic.net. Best wishes.
17 years ago
I like .NET that supports multi-languages. Windows Forms ia a great tool for GUI applications. Enjoy my book. Dwight
17 years ago
Thanks Mark for info on the third party vendor,.
My book covers best practices. Dwight
17 years ago
.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
17 years ago
The answer to your first question: yes I do address web services in the middle chapters of my book.
Second question's answer: I write books because I have information I want to share with others. For me writing is a passion, also, since I am a professor of Computer Science, I feel a large obligation to educate and help. Writing a book for money, if there is money involved, where is it? I write becasue I love to. I also love to learn, and you do learn by writing both articles and books. Check out my articles on Developershed.com and WebSphere Journal, beginning in April. Good to hear from you.
Dwight Peltzer
17 years ago
JNetDirect has a huge list of major corporations that use their JDBC driver, and they are happy. Web services is only one answer. Many other solutions are available. DPeltzer
17 years ago
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
17 years ago
Security does not affect interoperability. NET uses CAS, code access security, and of course, java by nature is secure. Because XML is text, extra precautions must be taken. It does penetrate firewalls, a drawback to XML.
17 years ago
The book discusses in chapter 8 how interoperabiliity can be achieved by generating proxies. Intrynsic Software in Vancouver, JNBridge LLC, and JNet Direct offer excellent interop solutions. All third party solutions should be tried.
I am both an experienced J2EE developer and .NET programmer. I like to take advantage of solutions both major platforms offer. Dwight Peltzer
17 years ago
The book is a general overview of both technologies, and is not meant to be a complete reference. I believe the chapter on third party vendors (Chapter 8) is the heart of the book. Third party vendors like JNetDirect offer a wonderful tool called JSQL Mapper which maps Java data to SQL Server 2000 in seamless fashion. The JDBC driver JNetDirect offers is the best third party business solution out there. DPeltzer
17 years ago
It is beneficial to all developers to leverage the benefits both J2EE and .NET offer us. DPeltzer
17 years ago