All About Interop

Connecting .NET to just about anything else

November, 2007

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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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    SOAP? REST? Whichever you choose, WCF is the right framework

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    There's a new paper by David Chappell that is worth checking out. Entitled "Dealing with Diversity: Understanding WCF Communication Options in the .NET Framework 3.5", it discusses WCF and its applicability to REST as well as WS-* style communications...
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    JMS Adapters for .NET & BizTalk

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    Love it! I previously posted about a beta of the JNBridge JMS Adapters. I just got a form email from the company that they've publicly released their adapters. There's a version of the adpater for .NET apps - this allows any .NET app to connect to...
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    VS2005 support for SQL 2008 CTP5

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    Visual Studio 2005 Support for SQL Server 2008 CTP is now publicly available. Download Center links: SQL Server 2008 CTP, November 2007 - this is the "Community Tech Preview" (CTP5) of SQL 2008. Visual Studio 2005 Support for SQL Server 2008...
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    .NET Framework 3.5 and Visual Studio 2008 have been released

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    On Monday this week, the .NET Framework v3.5 and Visual Studio 2008 were publicly released. The .NET Framework v3.5 includes some nice new capabilities in the communications stack, specifically REST support, support for JSON or XML serialization, and...
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