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Thread: JAVA .NET WRAPPER

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    Default JAVA .NET WRAPPER

    Hi All,

    I have an application that can be customised developing some add-ins and which uses a .NET API (C# or VB.NET). Now I know Java and dont want really learn C# even though it s similar to Java. My question is can I build a wrapper so I can use Java to access the application API? Or still does this presume I still know C# ?

    How / where can I start doing this?


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    Default Re: JAVA .NET WRAPPER

    Hi,
    Try web service.

    Core java
    Last edited by mr.miku; January 11th, 2012 at 06:18 PM.

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