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Java Interop with C#

Hi All,

I have developed software in C# to read events from a Telecommunications system and show them real time.  This telephone system allowed me to write C++ to it which I then send to C# in order to broadcast messages across a network using .NET remoting.  This all works great.

Now, I am trying to integrate the software with a new telephone system ... One in which I have to write JAVA to.  My challenge is to write the JAVA interface and then broadcast messages via .NET remoting.

The question I have is: What is the best way to do this?  I have read in other places that I can Interop JAVA to C++ and then Interop C++ to C#.  Like I said, I am already Interoping C++ to C#, so this would only be adding the JAVA to C++ Interop, but I am hesitant to do that.  Even just Interoping C++ to C# is not very efficient because the methods must be static and therefore objects must be instantiated every time I call a method.  The other option that I was considering is to write a C# service that I could consume through JAVA, but again I question performance in a large transaction environment.  

I have done some research on the topic, but I seem to find the best answers in this forum, so I figured I would seek the community's advice.

As always, thanks in advance for any help!
-Matt
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Jaime OlivaresSoftware ArchitectCommented:
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mdw233Author Commented:
Thanks ... it reaffirms what I have already found in my research, but it has persuaded me that my only 2 options are a Java - C++ - C# Interop or using a C# web service invoked by Java.
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