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JNBridge is 10!/in Announcements, JNBridge /
Join us, we’re celebrating: JNBridge is 10 years old! And what a decade it’s been. We’re going to celebrate all year, but to kick it off we’ll start with a brief retrospective of 2002. Ten things that happened 10 years ago: In January, Sun and Microsoft settled their suit. Sun had sued Microsoft for incompletely […]
Using a Java SSH library to build a BizTalk Adapter/in BizTalk Adapter, Labs, SSH /
Use Java Secure Shell (SSH) to enable BizTalk Server to manipulate remote files securely, in the cloud or on the ground. This Lab shows how to create a BizTalk adapter using JNBridgePro and the BizTalk Adapter Framework SDK.
JNBridgePro and the new Windows 8 and VS11 bits/in JNBridgePro, Visual Studio, Windows 8 /
As you’re probably aware, Microsoft today released the new Windows 8 Consumer Preview and the new Visual Studio 11 beta. While we of course don’t yet support JNBridgePro on Windows 8 and VS11, we do encourage you to try it and let us know about any problems you run into. In our initial tests, JNBridgePro […]
JNBridgePro and Visual Studio 11/in Announcements, JNBridgePro, Visual Studio /
JNBridge will be supporting Visual Studio 11 at RTM. As we mentioned in February, it’s already working with early bits, so we’ll be ready in time. If you’re chomping at the bit, contact us, and we’ll walk you through a few extra steps it takes to get it to work today.
Creating .NET-based Mappers and Reducers for Hadoop with JNBridgePro/in Developer fatigue, Hadoop, Labs /
You can download the source code for the lab here. Summary The Apache Hadoop framework enables distributed processing of very large data sets. Hadoop is written in Java, and has limited methods to integrate with “mapreducers” written in other languages. This lab demonstrates how you can use JNBridgePro to program directly against the Java-based Hadoop […]