All About Interop

Connecting .NET to just about anything else

February, 2006

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About All About Interop

This Blog is dedicated to exploring interop opportunities between .NET-based systems and other systems.  The key approaches to interop covered here include: Web services, REST/POX, message queues, dedicated bridges, and others. 

Dino Chiesa is the primary author of most of these articles.  Others may also contribute from time to time.

This blog won't carry human interest stories.  No birth or death notices, health or hobby updates, etc.  This is just interop. 

About the theme:
On July 23rd, 2007, I moved to the "Kid congo" theme for Community Server.  I added a few customizations to get the colors and layout the way I wanted them.  It uses a CSS-based layout. 

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    Re-use of existing Java code (Sudoku engine)

    Re-use of existing Java code (Sudoku engine) This isn't so much about systems interop, as it is about code re-use and language interop. You've seen Sudoku, the "number place" puzzle. Wikipedia says that it was created by a US puzzle magazine, but...
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    Oracle, System.Transactions, and ASP.NET 2.0 membership

    This paper , covering how to migrate an ASP.NET 1.1 app to 2.0, taking advantage of new 2.0 features like the membership provider, System.Transactions, and so on, was just published last week. This paper will be of interest to anyone who has ASP.NET 1...
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    Extending MSBuild

    Extending MSBuild If you're like me, you try to stay current on technologies. Not for the sake of currency, but because you want to be able to take advantage of the tools and infrastructure that can help you do your job better or faster. Along those...
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    IBM Rational Functional Tester and VS2005

    You may have missed this when IBM posted the story last year. IBM Rational Functional Tester, which has provided functional and regression testing for Java and Web applications, will offer functional testing of applications built with the new Visual...
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    Gosling is still peddling this junk?

    “[Java] is like the marketplace where you go and take your pick of technologies and .NET is a Microsoft product that gives you no chance to choose,” said [James] Gosling. From
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    With .NET, all the choices are provided by Microsoft

    With .NET, all the choices are provided by Microsoft Excuse the headline. I got a comment in a previous blog post, along those lines, and I had to respond. No matter how many times that statement is made, it still isn't true. Just to consider...
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