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what is Interoperability framework ?

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hi
what is Interoperability framework concept with a simple example please, all the complex examples I've found were about governments, it's departments and XML Schema
any help !!  thanks
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The term "interoperabitily framework" is not something I have seen in my almost 12 years of experience with .NET.

A framework is a set of tools / components / classes that you build to ease the job of groups of programmers and to force specific rules. Since you see it only for government and departments, with XML schemas, I suspect that it is something that has been built inside the government, possibly for interaction with legacy data or software.

In .NET, when you speak of interoperability, it usually means the techniques used to communicatie with old COM applications and components, those that were created before the advent of .NET. Since those required the use of pointers and .NET does not permit pointers, you need an interoperability layer (code that is used as a bridge between the 2 worlds) for a .NET application to be able to work with a COM application, such as Word or Office.
DarrenSenior Software Engineer
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Hi,


I think that you should have a look Enterprise Service Bus or Microsoft BizTalk (TM) ESB Toolkit as this might be the framework that you are alluding to.

Just a thought... Not sure it's what you are looking for though...

Cheers,

Darren

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thanks a lot, the solution was perfect and ease to understand.

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