Run the installer, and select the Development Configuration option. The installer will install the .NET 2.0/3.0/3.5-targeted version of JNBridgePro and/or the .NET 4.0/4.5-targeted version, depending on what versions of the .NET Framework you have installed. The installer will also install both 32-bit and 64-bit components. The .NET Core components will also be installed.

  • Launch the JNBridgePro registration tool
  • Click on the Online License Activation tab.
  • Copy the activation key from the email we sent you, paste it into the activation key slot, click on the Activate License button.

For demo purposes, the default communications configuration options should work. Please see the Initial Invocation section in the JNBridgePro Users’ Guide for detailed instructions.

You can also try the Visual Studio and Eclipse plugins. Check out the Getting Started with the JNBridgePro Plug-ins for Visual Studio and Eclipse document for more information.

Take a few minutes and run through one of the included demo examples. They cover everything you need to do, and include all the necessary source code. Find them via the Start menu, under JNBridgePro.

The Log demo shows how to create a simple .NET console application that accesses a Java package (in this case, the Java log4j logging package). The Books demo shows how to connect .NET user interface code to a Java back end. It includes two projects: one to connect a Windows Forms-based GUI with the Java back and, and one to connect an ASP.NET-based Web application with the Java back end.

Take a few minutes and run through the included demo example. It covers everything you need to do, and includes all the necessary source code. Find all the demos via the Start menu, under JNBridgePro.

The Java-to-.NET “winFormDemo22” demo shows how to create a simple Java Swing-based application that causes Windows Forms to pop up when certain actions are taken. It also demonstrates how .NET methods can fire Java-based callback methods.

  • Run the .NET and Java sides in the same process, in different processes on the same machine, or on different machines on a network, anywhere?
  • Work in the cloud? Both sides can be in the cloud or one side can be in the cloud and the other side can be on the ground. If both are in the cloud, the two sides can be in the same cloud image, in different cloud images on the same platform, or on different cloud platforms.
  • Access Enterprise Java Beans from .NET code?
  • Communicate securely between the .NET and Java sides using SSL?
  • Support transactions that include both .NET and Java operations?
  • Run your .NET side code in .NET Framework, .NET Core,  or Mono, on Windows or Linux?

The JNBridgePro Evaluation and Quick Start Guide contains pointers for building your first integrated Java & .NET application and summarizes the features of JNBridgePro.

The Users’ Guide explains how to install, configure, license and use JNBridgePro to build your Java & .NET applications.

The Release Notes contain the latest information about system requirements, recent changes, and known issues.

Demos contain sample code and explanations for how to build and run them.

Java EE examples demonstrate how to set up and configure JNBridgePro with the leading web application servers, including JBoss, Glassfish, WebLogic, and WebSphere.

All of these documents are included in your installation.