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Hi Experts,

The question is tricky :). How can I use .NET front end to access JAVA classes ? Any advises are welcome.
Is it efficient to do that instead of using JSPs ? If no why ? If yes why ?
What interfaces, software packages etc required for that ?

If I have Java classes on Linux does it make sense to use .NET instead of JSP ?

Thank you.
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by:Kuldeepchaturvedi
ID: 10924566
I am completly novice on .NET, but the question seems interesting to me...:-)
I am putting this comment just to be in loop....:-)
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by:fpoyavo
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:) I wish I did not have to find out about that but some people do. I personal opinion is if you do Linux / JSP why make front end on .NET ?
Any ideas ?
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by:objects
ID: 10924630
SOAP would seem to be one option.
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by:fpoyavo
ID: 10924652
objects,

You think it is time to take a shower ? :)



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objects earned 500 total points
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I am a bit on the node at the moment :P

See if this link helps:
http://caffeine.berlios.de/site/resources/interop.html
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by:copyPasteGhost
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actually microsoft just had a .net seminar regarding that subject in montreal..
you can download the information at:
ftp://www.infusiondev.ca/msdn/
Cheers,
Ghost
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by:fpoyavo
ID: 10928682
Hi,

In terms of performance ...is there any difference ? Is .NET faster or JSP IF we are talking about heavy traffic.
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by:copyPasteGhost
ID: 10928713
http://www.theserverside.com/news/thread.tss?thread_id=23953#110689

I guess it depends on who you talk to :)
Here they say java is faster for xml processing..
but I"m sure if you ask microsoft they'll say that they are faster..
I guess you'll just have to test it and see for yourself.
Ghost
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by:Kuldeepchaturvedi
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I am still hung on first thing...
Why u wd want to do that....!!!!
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by:fpoyavo
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Kudleep,

:) Not me ...believe me.
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