Interop Story featuring JNBridge


This just came across, a case study from Microsoft on interop.  KLA-Tencor


Not much technical detail there, but if you are trying to convince your management that interop between Java and .NET is possible, it may provide some supporting evidence.

Comments (2)

  1. Alex says:

    There’s a bunch of different Interop solutions for Java and .NET available, and any manager who needs a PR department paid-for case study from Microsoft to believe that Borland, Codemesh, JNBridge, Intrinsyc, etc. are selling real, working products should be fired. We have been selling a Java/.NET interop solution named JuggerNET for close to three years now. It launches the JVM in the CLR process and is extremely fast. If people want interop, they have been able to get it for a long time.

  2. Lukas says:

    Well, I don't believe any of these can achieve a better performance than javOnet, but of course it is worth to try any. Most probably most of them offer free Trials like javOnet which I am really fascinated with. And I have quite an experience in the interop projects.