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Ted Smart

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Obviously, our JDBC driver solves the low-level data access issue. But when you get into the full interop question, we have another product that is not currently available on our website call JBIS.
It enables you to model interactions between J2EE and .NET in XML and generates code (Java on the J2EE side / VB or C# on the .NET side) to implement those interactions.
Its advantages over web services are simplicity, security, logging and management. There are disadvantages in that it expects two systems to identify interaction points -- rather than simply mix and match remote calls across the J2EE/.NET barrier.
I would be interested in plugging anyone who is facing these problems in with our development team. Participation in a Beta will result in a free copy of the software.
Ted Smart
JNetDirect
http://www.jnetdirect.com
17 years ago
We have a product that we have used exclusively internally (to date) that allows you to define interactions as lists of resources (typically XML documents).
These resource lists effectively work as an IDL, from which we generate Java, C#, and Visual Basic.Net objects for communication between different platforms.
We are currently involved in a Beta for an unrelated product, but are internally preparing our interoperability product for release. I would be interested in learning about your particular thoughts regarding relevant features you would like to see.
Ted Smart
JNetDirect
http://www.jnetdirect.com
17 years ago