Microsoft .NET and J2EE Interoperability Toolkit by Simon Guest

By Simon Guest

Writing for CTOs and CIOs, visitor (Microsoft) makes the case for constructing purposes that may not basically paintings at the .NET framework but in addition interoperate with latest J2EE-base purposes. He outlines architectures for utilizing .NET remoting to accomplish point-to-point connectivity and the function of MSMQ and WebSphere MQ in asynchronous interoperability, then explores the chances provided by means of XML internet prone requirements to bridge the distance among .NET and Java systems. The CD-ROM includes GLUE net providers and Ja.NET bridging software program.

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Bin file in Microsoft Notepad or another text editor. You'll notice that the file contains a binary representation of a stock (that of course will be unreadable). To deserialize this file, run Reader. 12 Volume: 25 Now let's look at the same example in Java. The Java subdirectory has a similar setup. class contains the code to deserialize the object. NET sample code. NET and Java How the Sample Code Works The sample code works relatively simply. NET contains the definition for a stock based on our sample scenario: using System; namespace Binary { [Serializable] public class Stock { public String Ticker=""; public String Name=""; public double Price=0; public double Previous=0; public int Volume=0; } } This type definition is relatively simple and is marked with the Serializable attribute.

If the application would be hosted on the Web, discussions were immediately started about the best way of using JavaServer Pages (JSP), Java tag libraries, and Servlets to construct and present this experience to the user. This Web-based front end naturally had to call business tier, or middle tier, components. Therefore, these discussions led to the J2EE-specific components that would reside at the business tier, how they would be invoked, and the required protocols. Because J2EE-specific components often have to work with persistent data, the conversation turned to J2EE- specific ways of accessing databases.

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