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Best practices for interopability java-.NET

 
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Hello,
We are planning to do a web services project between a java application server and a Microsoft .NET application. Both applications will call each other services.
Does anybody have some good guidelines/best practices for creating web services?
Are there any special things to keep in mind for the interopability? I found already some good info at http://www.theserverside.com/resources/articles/Systinet-web-services-part-5/article.html
e.g should you create one service with many methods or is it better to have multiple services with few methods?
Thanks,
Kris
 
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