Microsoft .NET and J2EE Interoperability Toolkit

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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, ...

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Overview

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

Get code samples and software on CD

CD features:

  • The Mind Electric (TME) GLUE Web Services
  • Ja.NET bridging software from Intrinsyc
  • Sample interoperability code from Microsoft

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735619227
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 9/10/2003
  • Pages: 576
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.06 (h) x 1.55 (d)

Meet the Author

As a program manager on Microsoft’s .NET Enterprise Architecture Team, Simon Guest works closely with customers and independent software vendors on J2EE migration and interoperability projects. He also shares his cross-platform expertise through MSDN®, the Microsoft Developer Network; customer architectural reviews; and conferences, including the Strategic Architect Forum (SAF) and TechEd.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments;
Introduction;
Defining Interoperability;
Who Should Read This Book;
The Structure of the Book;
Goals and Objectives of the Book;
Feedback;
Microsoft Press Support Information;
Part I: Getting Started;
Chapter 1: Microsoft .NET and J2EE Fundamentals;
Microsoft .NET Fundamentals for Java/J2EE Developers;
Java and J2EE Fundamentals for Microsoft .NET Developers;
Microsoft.NET and J2EE Technology Map;
Running the Sample Code in This Book;
Summary;
Chapter 2: Business Requirements for Interoperability;
Technology-Aligned Development;
Three Common Requirements;
Interoperability Concepts;
Summary;
Chapter 3: Exchanging Data Between .NET and Java;
Data Exchange Challenges;
Using Binary Serialization;
Using XML Serialization;
Introducing the Interoperability Performance Tests;
Data Exchange Recommendations;
Summary;
Part II: Interoperability Technologies: Point to Point;
Chapter 4: Connectivity with .NET Remoting;
Advantages of Using .NET Remoting;
Comparing .NET Remoting to XML Web Services;
Developing an Application That Uses .NET Remoting;
.NET Remoting Samples;
Building Production Code;
Additional Java Support for .NET Remoting;
.NET Remoting and CORBA Interoperability;
Summary;
Chapter 5: Connectivity with XML Web Services, Part 1;
What Is an XML Web Service?;
Creating Web Services;
Summary;
Chapter 6: Connectivity with XML Web Services, Part 2;
Exposing EJBs by Using Web Services;
Exposing Serviced Components by Using Web Services;
Web Services Authentication and Authorization;
Web Service Exception Handling;
Using UDDI;
Pulling It All Together—Web Services Interoperability;
Recommendations for Web Services Interoperability;
Interoperability Performance Test;
Summary;
Part III: Interoperability Technologies: Resource Tier;
Chapter 7: Creating a Shared Database;
Open Data Access;
Using JDBC and ADO.NET to Share Data;
Summary;
Chapter 8: Asynchronous Interoperability, Part 1: Introduction and MSMQ;
Asynchronous Calls Using Web Services;
Using MSMQ;
Summary;
Chapter 9: Asynchronous Interoperability, Part 2: WebSphere MQ;
IBM WebSphere MQ;
Introduction to JMS;
SOAP Support for WebSphere MQ;
Summary;
Chapter 10: Asynchronous Interoperability, Part 3: Bridging with Host Integration Server;
MSMQ-MQSeries Bridge;
Architecture Prerequisites for the MSMQ-MQSeries Bridge;
Installing the Software Required for the MSMQ-MQSeries Bridge;
Configuring Active Directory for MSMQ to WebSphere MQ Communication;
Configuring the MSMQ-MQSeries Bridge;
Configuring the WebSphere MQ Server;
Testing the MSMQ-MQSeries Bridge Setup;
Summary;
Chapter 11: Asynchronous Interoperability, Part 4: BizTalk Server;
Introducing BizTalk Server 2004 Beta 1;
Sample Use Case and Code;
Asynchronous Interoperability: How to Decide;
Summary;
Part IV: Advanced Interoperability;
Chapter 12: Presentation Tier Interoperability;
What Is Presentation Tier Interoperability?;
Shared Session State;
Shared Authentication;
Summary;
Chapter 13: Web Services Interoperability, Part 1: Security;
The Need for WS-Security;
WS-Security;
Web Services Enhancements (WSE);
Sample Code;
Summary;
Chapter 14: Web Services Interoperability, Part 2: Sending Binary Data;
DIME and WS-Attachments;
Samples;
Looking Ahead—PASWA;
Summary;
Chapter 15: Web Services Interoperability, Part 3: Routing;
WS-Routing;
Sample Code;
WS-Referral;
WS-Addressing;
Summary;
Chapter 16: Interoperability Futures;
Topics and Goals of the Book;
Time for More?;
Predicting the Future;
Summary;
Appendix : About the Author;

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