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Microsoft .Net and J2ee Interoperability Toolkit (Pro-Developer)by Simon Guest
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Discover how to build applications that run on both the Microsoft .NET Framework and Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE)—and extend your customer reach and system shelf life. Whether your background is in .NET or J2EE, you’ll learn to implement many of the interoperability technologies available today, including Microsoft, Sun, and third-party compatibility tools. Interoperability expert Simon Guest takes a balanced look at the pros and cons of each cross-platform technology presented, including best practices, workarounds, and examples of interoperability solutions in action. You also get interoperability software on CD—plus a wealth of code you can use in your own solutions.
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Book News Annotation:
Writing for CTOs and CIOs, Guest (Microsoft) makes the case for developing applications that will not only work on the .NET framework but also interoperate with existing J2EE-base applications. He outlines architectures for using .NET remoting to achieve point-to- point connectivity and the role of MSMQ and WebSphere MQ in asynchronous interoperability, then explores the possibilities offered by XML web services specifications to bridge the gap between .NET and Java platforms. The CD-ROM contains GLUE web services and Ja.NET bridging software.
Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Key Book Benefits: - Shows you how to expand your customer base by developing solutions that interoperate between the .NET and J2EE platforms- Clearly details the advantages, pitfalls, best practices, and workarounds of each method and technology presented- CD includes code samples, the Microsoft Web Services Enhancements (WSE), Ja.NET bridging software from Intrinsyc, and The Mind Electric GLUE Web Services toolkit
Target Audience: Professional developers. About the Technology: The .NET Framework is the infrastructure for the overall .NET Platform. The common language runtime (CLR) and class libraries (including Microsoft ASP.NET, Windows(R) Forms, and ADO.NET) combine together to provide services and solutions that can be easily integrated within and across a variety of systems. The .NET Framework provides a fully managed, protected, and feature-rich application execution environment, simplified development and deployment, and seamless integration with a wide variety of languages. Included on the CD is the 30-day evaluation of the third-party product GLUE from The Mind Electric. GLUE is a simple, fast, and comprehensive Java platform for creating and deploying applications using Web services, servlets, and JSPs. It includes a high-performance implementation of standards such as SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI, as well as seamless integration with EJB, JMS, and JAAS. These features, combined with its lightweight, elegant design, have made it a favorite of the Java development community. GLUE has consistently set the standard for ease of use, being the first platform to implement features such as dynamic proxy generation, dynamic WSDL generation, and transparent XML/Java serialization. GLUE 3.0 continues this tradition by enabling complete Web service applications to be built in just three easy steps. And the next generation of GLUE will include GAIA technology to provide transparent service discovery, load balancing, clustering, and fail over.
About the Author
As a program manager on Microsoft’s .NET Enterprise Architecture Team, Simon Guest works closely with customers and independent software vendors on J2EE migration and interoperability projects. He also shares his cross-platform expertise through MSDN, the Microsoft Developer Network; customer architectural reviews; and conferences, including the Strategic Architect Forum (SAF) and TechEd.
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AcknowledgmentsIntroductionPart I: Getting Started
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