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Author Bio
Simon Guest is a Program Manager in Microsoft's .NET Enterprise Architecture Team. He specializes in enterprise interoperability and integration and works with enterprise customers, vendors and system integrators. Simon is the author of the Microsoft .NET and J2EE Interoperability Toolkit from Microsoft Press in which he covers many interoperability options outlined in this article, with code samples on the accompanying CD. You can reach him here.
For Java/.NET Interop Special Report | January 21, 2004
Although Web services are the technology most people immediately assume will solve their interoperability problems, one size does not fit all. But regardless of your needs or expectations, an interoperability solution probably exists to fulfill them. Read this quick overview to begin exploring the various methods for achieving interoperability between Java and .NET.
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