IBM WebSphere and Microsoft .NET Interoperability
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 19 July 2006
IBM Form #: SG24-6799-00
Authors: Edward Oguejiofor, Ken Childers, David Dhuyvetter, Peter Hood, Vijay Mann, Sudhakar Nagarajan, Gerd Sommerhäuser
This IBM Redbooks publication explores interoperability design between applications running on IBM WebSphere and Microsoft's .NET platforms at the component level and using Web Services technologies. It is a good source of information for IT architects, IT specialists, application integrators and developers who have to design and develop interoperability solutions.
Part 1, "Introduction", provides an overview of application interoperability starting with the business and technology drivers and introduces the concept of the Application Interoperability Stack, which defines a structured approach for application interoperability considerations and design.
Part 2, "Component interoperability", provides an overview for component level interoperability and considerations to help with component interoperability solution design. A sample scenario shows interoperability between the WebSphere Java service component and .NET Windows Forms application.
Part 3, "Web Services interoperability", introduces application interoperability implementation using Web Services technologies. It includes considerations to aid solution design and a sample scenario implementation showing WebSphere to .NET interoperability using Web Services technologies.
Table of contents
Part 1. Introduction
Chapter 1. Application interoperability overview
Chapter 2. Introduction to J2EE and WebSphere platform
Chapter 3. Introduction to .NET platform
Part 2. Component interoperability
Chapter 4. Introduction to component interoperability
Chapter 5. Designing component interoperability
Chapter 6. Component interoperability scenario
Part 3. Web Services interoperability
Chapter 7. Introduction to Web Services Interoperability
Chapter 8. Designing Web Services interoperability
Chapter 9. Web Services interoperability scenario
Part 4. Appendices
Appendix A. Additional material
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