Application Interoperability: Microsoft® .NET and J2EE
Microsoft® .NET and J2EE
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Chapter 1: Introduction
- Who Should Read This Book
- Document Conventions
How to Use This Book
- Chapter 2: "Understanding Enterprise Platforms"
- Chapter 3: "Interoperability Fundamentals"
- Chapter 4: "Interoperability Technologies: Point to Point"
- Chapter 5: "Interoperability Technologies: Data Tier"
- Chapter 6: "Implementing Interoperability Design Elements"
- Chapter 7: "Integrating .NET in the Presentation Tier"
- Chapter 8: "Integrating .NET in the Business Tier"
- Chapter 9: "Implementing Asynchronous Interoperability"
- What Is Microsoft .NET?
- What Is Java 2 Enterprise Edition?
- + Identifying the Business Need for Interoperability
- + Defining Interoperability
- Introducing the Sample Application
Chapter 2: Understanding Enterprise Platforms
Microsoft .NET Fundamentals for J2EE Developers
- Comparing .NET to J2EE
- Investigating the .NET Framework
- Building a .NET-based Application
- Understanding Attributes
- Creating Web Applications
- Hosting Components
- Supporting Web Services
- Connecting to Databases
- Implementing Collections
- Accessing Directory Services
J2EE Fundamentals for .NET Developers
- Understanding the Java Platform
- Implementing the Java SDK
- Building a Java Application
- Locating and Sharing Classes
- Implementing Other Environment Variables
- Using Java Integrated Design Environments
- Creating Web Applications
- Hosting Components
- Building Enterprise JavaBeans
- Deploying Applications
- Comparing .NET and J2EE Features
Chapter 3: Interoperability Fundamentals
Chapter 4: Interoperability Technologies: Point to Point
- + Using .NET Remoting for Connectivity
- + Implementing Runtime Bridges
Connecting with Web Services
- Understanding Web Services
- Web Services Interoperability Organization
- Implementing Web Services
- Creating Web Services in J2EE
- Securing Web Services
- Using Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration
- Implementing Web Services Interoperability Best Practices
- Comparing .NET Remoting to Web Services
Chapter 5: Interoperability Technologies: Data Tier
Chapter 6: Implementing Interoperability Design Elements
- Understanding the XBikes Sample Application
Reviewing .NET Framework and J2EE Application Architecture
- Implementing Presentation Tier Elements
- Implementing Business Tier Elements
- Implementing Data Access Logic Tier Components
- Implementing Message Queuing Services
- XBikes Application Architecture for .NET Framework and J2EE
- Linking to the Reference Design
- + Implementing Interoperability
- + Implementing Interoperability in XBikes
Chapter 7: Integrating .NET in the Presentation Tier
Chapter 8: Integrating .NET in the Business Tier
Chapter 9: Implementing Asynchronous Interoperability
- Determine Data Exchange Formats and Data Types
- Designing and Building the Service Interface
- Designing and Building the Asynchronous Interoperability Adapters
- + Using the MSMQ-MQSeries Bridge
- + Using JNBridgePro
- + Using Ja.NET
Appendix A: Installing XBikes on J2EE
- + Deploying XBikes on WebSphere Application Developer Studio 5.0
- + Deploying XBikes on WebSphere Application Server 5.0 on a Single Computer
- + Deploying XBikes on WebSphere Application Server 5.0 on Multiple Computers
- + Changing Interoperability Methods
- + Manual Installation Instructions
Appendix B: Installing XBikes on .NET
- + Index
Get the best information available for enabling application interoperability between the Microsoft .NET and Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) development platforms. This book offers practical and prescriptive guidance for developers responsible for creating enterprise-level business solutions where platform interoperability is a requirement and a reality. If you're experienced with one set of enterprise technologies but new to the other, you can ramp up quickly with focused introductions written from either the .NET or Java developer perspective. The book delivers expert technical information and recommendations for using Web services, runtime bridges, and asynchronous techniques; interoperability methods for point-to-point and resource tiers; and designing application architecture for interoperability. The companion CD- ROM includes a functional sample application, trial software, and a complete eBook. PATTERNS & PRACTICES guides are reviewed and approved by Microsoft engineering teams, consultants, partners, and customers?delivering accurate, real-world information that's been technically validated and tested.
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