An Integrated .NET and J2EE Platform with SOAP for Web Applications

B. Soh and U. Hassan (Australia)


SOAP, .NET, Java


Java (J2EE) platform views the Internet world as one language running on different operating systems (OS), whereas .NET framework views the world running on one OS with a programmers having choice of multiple languages. Therefore, J2EE platform interpolates multiple operating systems, and .NET framework interpolates multiple languages. This is the fundamental difference between Microsoft and Sun's strategy. However, in longer term J2EE and .NET will converge and therefore a new integrated framework is desirable. In this paper we focus on Java's RMI, Microsoft's DCOM and SOAP for an application running on an integrated platform.

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