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I'm interested in coding calls through a Java API via Visual Studio 2010 Express VB.  I'm really looking for a general direction on how this could be accomplished and whether or not it is even possible or not.

I don't have any experience coding through application APIs so any detailed examples or steps you could provide will be greatly appreciated.
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Hi

I found the following article, which seems quite useful to bridge .net and java. http://it.toolbox.com/blogs/daniel-at-work/calling-java-from-microsoftnet-21813 

If the calls are going to be made on a remote server you could use web services or an ORB like CORBA

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Thanks, this seems like the right direction.
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