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Microsoft® Visual J#™ .NET (Core Reference) by John/Longshaw, Andy Sharp

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Interoperability with Other Technologies

You’ve seen how Microsoft provides tools that allow you to build applications in J# (and other .NET-supported languages) that can interoperate with components created using other technologies. However, Microsoft has concentrated on defining mechanisms for communicating between components built and running using Microsoft’s own infrastructure—primarily because this is what Microsoft knows best and because so many other technologies are out there that it would be impossible for Microsoft to provide interfaces to them all. This state of affairs also leads to a healthy market for third-party integration tools, so it should be seen as an opportunity rather than a shortcoming on Microsoft’s part.

However, at times ...

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