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Get the simplest info to be had for allowing software interoperability among the Microsoft .NET and Java 2 company variation (J2EE) improvement structures. This e-book bargains sensible and prescriptive tips for builders answerable for developing enterprise-level enterprise recommendations the place platform interoperability is a demand and a truth. if you are skilled with one set of firm applied sciences yet new to the opposite, you could ramp up fast with targeted introductions written from both the .NET or Java developer standpoint. The booklet provides specialist technical info and proposals for utilizing internet companies, runtime bridges, and asynchronous strategies; interoperability tools for point-to-point and source degrees; and designing program structure for interoperability. The better half CD-ROM contains a sensible pattern program, trial software program, and a whole e-book. styles & Practices publications are reviewed and authorized through Microsoft engineering groups, specialists, companions, and clients - offering exact, real-world details that is been technically confirmed and demonstrated.
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