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Will Web services let J2EE and .NET play together?

Will Web services let J2EE and .NET play together?

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted May 20, 2002


[ Thanks to Jeff for this link. ] Developing Microsoft .NET Web Service Clients for EJB Web Services with IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer and the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK.

After hearing months of fighting between .NET and J2EE it's nice to see an article that shows that they can be interoperable in a Web services world. IBM's WebSphere Developer Domains released "Developing Microsoft .NET Web Service Clients for EJB Web Services with IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer and the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK". That's a long name for an tutorial that walks you through the steps for preparing a simple J2EE application and Microsoft .NET application client on different programming models and platforms using SOAP.

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