Win a copy of the .NET/J2EE Interoperability Toolkit

by jcannon on October 31, 2007 03:22pm


It's been awhile since we've featured any books or authors on Port 25 - you may remember Jeremy Moskowitz on Windows/Linux Integration, and then Linux in a Windows World with Rod Smith. That doesn't mean our library shelves have gone empty though ~ so today we're going to run a small giveaway of some extra copies of .NET and J2EE Interoperability Toolkit we came across. It's a great book on how to open .NET to work with Java and comes with some useful tools on CD - including the The Mind Electric GLUE web services. GLUE provides developers that want to build Java Web services with an easy-to-use, compact implementation of all of the core Web services standards, including XML, SOAP, WSDL and UDDI. It allows any Java object to be instantly published as a Web service and third-party Web services to be consumed as if they are local Java objects.

To Win: All we ask is that you submit the best example of open source interoperability on Windows. It can be a project running on Windows (like Apache), a language (like PHP or Java), or a commerical application - like MySQL. Send them directly to and we'll pick the best 6 stories. We'll close the competition next Friday, November 9th at 12 noon EST. Good luck!


About the book:
Discover how to build applications that run on both the Microsoft .NET Framework and Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE)—and extend your customer reach and system shelf life. Whether your background is in .NET or J2EE, you’ll learn to implement many of the interoperability technologies available today, including Microsoft, Sun, and third-party compatibility tools. Interoperability expert Simon Guest takes a balanced look at the pros and cons of each cross-platform technology presented, including best practices, workarounds, and examples of interoperability solutions in action. You also get interoperability software on CD—plus a wealth of code you can use in your own solutions.

Discover how to:

  • Use .NET Remoting to enable interplatform connectivity
  • Write interoperable Web service solutions that show interoperability in a production environment, handle exceptions, and use UDDI
  • Employ Microsoft SQL Server 2000 to create a shared database between .NET and J2EE
  • Enable cross-platform asynchronous calling with Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) and WebSphere MQ from IBM
  • Implement a bridge between .NET and J2EE queues using Microsoft Host Information Server and Microsoft BizTalk Server
  • Deliver a consistent user interface across platforms through shared session state and shared authentication
  • Build complex interoperability solutions using Web services specifications for security, binary data exchange, and routing



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