Interoperable Dynamic Composite Web Service
As Windows and Java enterprise solutions continue to grow, companies increasingly emphasize interoperability to extend existing software infrastructure and application investments. For application architects, the challenge is to find strategies to integrate and extend existing deployments without ’rip and replace’ options or costly application re-writes. The proposed ideas will be an effective and widely supported middleware technology enabling interoperability between Sun’s J2EE and Microsoft’s COM & .NET applications. This architecture can be used by companies to effectively integrate and harness the most powerful features of Java and Microsoft technologies.
KeywordsWeb Service XML SOAP WSDL BalckBox Tesing
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