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Calling java from ASP

 
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Hi,

How to integrate java code with ASP? If this is done using webservices.Then is creating webservice in IIS server is similiar to crearing webservice in jboss?

with regards,
Yathish
 
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Where does the Java code run that you want to integrate with ASP? On a client? On a different server? On the same server?

A web service is a web service - if it uses standards like SOAP and WSDL it shouldn't matter whether it's hosted on JBoss or IIS. Of course, on IIS you won't be able to use toolkits like Axis, but you already knew that.
 
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Hi,
I want to run java code in same server as ASP(client code) is running i.e IIS server.
Could you suggest how to create webservice to run in IIS.

Thanks,

Yathish
 
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I believe ASP.NET includes a web services platform, probably SOAP and WSDL.
 
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