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Dhivya Krishnan
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We have a module which is done in Java and other one in .net.

So I would need your help to pass and get values from Java method to .net method and vise versa.

Should we surely use any third party jars like javonet or something like that.

Can someone help with the example of directly calling the .net method without using third party jars.?
 
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Exposing your services as Web Services seems the most obvious choice, for ease of development. Otherwise, you could do it in CORBA if you need speed, but sadly, .NET doesn't support CORBA remoting and you'd need a third party jar for that.
 
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Thanks for the reply.

Can someone please explain me with an example as I am new to this part.

Thanks in Advance.
 
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For understanding web services, try the Web services FAQ here at the ranch.
 
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