Occasionally, customers ask how to serialize proxies, particularly .NET-side proxies, as part of the functionality of the application they’re developing. They’ve noticed that the proxies are not [Serializable]. We’ve spent a fair amount of time thinking about this, and there are some interesting issues in proxy serialization. First, let’s consider reference proxies. A reference proxy […]
Updated December 2, 2015 for intervening technical changes. Update October 2007: While you can still implement .NET/JMS integrations using the procedure described below, we now offer a packaged JMS adapter for .NET, so you don’t need to go to the trouble! Numerous customers are using JNBridgePro to access JMS servers from .NET clients, and I get […]
I’ll be in Toronto on February 1, speaking about Java/.NET interoperability at Microsoft Canada’s Financial Services Architect Forum. If you’re in the area and are interested, I’m not sure if there are still openings, but you can try to register here.
Welcome to the JNBridge Interoperability Blog! We’ll be using this space to discuss all aspects of Java/.NET interoperability. We’ll be spending a lot of time showing how JNBridgePro can be used in a wide variety of interoperability scenarios. We’ll also answer Frequently Asked Questions and provide useful tips. We’ll report news about the company. Finally, […]