How .NET and Java Interoperability Works

JNBridge Pro can be deployed to data centers and cloud instances on a combination of clouds, allowing Java and .NET applications to communicate back in forth calling anything from either language platform. The software uses .NET’s remoting mechanism, and both HTTP/SOAP and a fast binary protocol as one way of communication between Java objects and .NET. Another method is through a shared-memory communication channel between the .NET CLR and the JVM. Learn about all the benefits of JNBridge in this technical overview.
Publisher:JNBridge Published:01/27/2012 Type:
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