Our new point release, JNBridgePro 3.2.2, has been released. You can download it from the JNBridge website. 3.2.2 is a rollup of all the patches issued since 3.2.1 was released. (The release notes listing the patches can also be downloaded from the website.) Customers using those patches should feel free to upgrade to 3.2.2, which is […]
George Lawton has posted a very nice summary of my JavaOne talk on Java/.NET UI interop. You can find the post here on The ServerSide Interoperability Blog: http://tssblog.techtarget.com/index.php/interoperability/interoperating-and-bridging-net-java-on-desktop Thanks George!
Hello all! The beta program for the JNBridge JMS Adapter is under way. Those of you who’ve already registered for the Beta Partner Program will receive an e-mail linking you to the download page for Beta1. If you haven’t registered, go to www.jnbridge.com/adapter and I’ll follow up with the link. I’m Bill Heinzman. I will be the main contact for the […]
JNBridge will be in Orlando at TechEd next week. We’ll be giving two talks on creating adapters connecting .NET and Java using JNBridgePro: Unifying Integration: Using Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation to Build Adapters to Line-of-Business Applications (SOA218 — Wednesday, June 6, 8:30AM – 9:45AM, Room N210 B). I’ll be presenting with Sonu Arora of Microsoft […]
Our new point release, JNBridgePro 3.2.1, has been released. You can download it from the JNBridge website. The major new improvement in 3.2.1 is a substantial improve in performance in Java-to-.NET projects when tcp/binary is used and the .NET and Java sides are on different machines. There are a number of other improvements and fixes. […]