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Intrinsyc's Ja.NET—Extending the Reach of .NET Remoting

Java/.NET communication just got easier. Intrinsyc's Ja.NET tool lets you make remote bi-directional calls between Java and .NET applications, either through HTTP/SOAP or the faster TCP/binary channel. Even in this initial version, you can pass objects both by reference and by value. It's a great start, and with a little work, the next version will be killer.


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Those of you who already know me as The Remoting Guy won't be surprised to hear that I was positively excited when I read the first announcement of Intrinsyc's Ja.NET. This product promises to extend the reach of .NET Remoting to Java by supporting bi-directional communication between Java clients or servers and .NET clients or servers. I really couldn't wait to get my hands on it to test it in some real-world-like scenarios. Installation
Download and installation were absolutely straightforward. It was more or less a matter of click next, next, next—done. When downloading Ja.NET for evaluation you will receive a 60-day evaluation license which is sent to you by email.

Author Note: Save the emailed license file to a directory because you will need it later when editing the configuration files.

Because .NET Remoting lets you pass objects by value or by reference, the first thing I wanted to test is whether Ja.NET fully supports both. To do this, I implemented a set of tests in both Java and C# that check for client side and server side interoperability between Java and .NET.



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