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New Forum "Using Java with non-Java Technologies"

 
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Hi
What about this Forum "Using Java with non-Java Technologies"
Using Java/J2EE with C#.Net, VB.Net, VC++.Net,
ASP.Net, DCOM/COM, ...
I'm not a MS fan, but there are so many projects that use java
with many other technologies, especially ones from
MS.
[ April 07, 2003: Message edited by: Jim Baker ]
 
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I'd be curious to see if anyone out there is using Flash as a front end to J2EE stuff.
 
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Originally posted by Pauline McNamara:
I'd be curious to see if anyone out there is using Flash as a front end to J2EE stuff.


Flash is becoming more usual as a front end for J2EE apps.
Here is an example: Amerivips Tour Operator. It is a page in spanish, but you can see a lot of info dinamically generated from a J2EE app and managed through a console app. Java and Flash are connected via XML.
[ April 08, 2003: Message edited by: Juanjo Bazan ]
 
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I could not find this Forum in JavaRanch.
We should have it!!!
 
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Let's have it.
 
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Hi
Does anyone know how to implement Microsoft Project Central Server (used for mpp files) using java.
Thanks
 
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Ric, this forum is intended for JavaRanch related discussion, not technical questions. Please post your question to one of the technical forums (General Computing might be a suitable place).
 
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