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Thummalashankar Reddy
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My application is working in java technology.
Current requirement is.. One of my client application is on .Net technology. That application want's to connect my application.Could you please help me on this. It is very urgent

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T. Shankar Reddy
 
Ulf Dittmer
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I assume that .Net -like Java- should be able to make socket connections, so that might be an option. You'll need to take care that the byte ordering is correct; it's different on Windows than it is in Java.
 
Ben Souther
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Visual Studio makes it extremely easy to build a program that consumes a SOAP based web service. And.. libraries like Apache Axis, make it extremely easy to expose a Plain Old Java Object as a webservice.

Depending on how your app is built and what it does, this may or may not be an option for you.
 
Yohan Liyanage
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You may also make use of a messaging system like JMS/NMS to communicate between the systems. For example, Apache ActiveMQ provides support for both .NET and Java based message queues, and they can inter-operate. This approach will be suitable if the communication between the two systems occur very frequently.
 
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