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More details about Microsoft participation in JavaOne 2005 are now available. There is a full track dedicated to "Interoperability (Java and .NET)". To view the list of sessions, just select the track name. Currently there are 6 sessions and 2 BoFs in this track and The ServerSide post talks about some of them.
I'm a co-speaker with Sameer Tyagi on BOF 9911: Practical Interoperability Between...
Found a nice and crisp article , by Frank Sommerers, on how to write a Web service using JAX-RPC 2.0 EA. This blends well with the JAX-RPC 2.0 EA Users Guide.
If a WSDL 1.1 document has two operations in a portType, how to apply different security requirements to them ?
The uninteresting cases are when there is no security applied to the message body or the message body is only signed. In both the above cases, you can peek into the message body and figure out what is the exact method being invoked on the service endpoint and thus match the security...
Indigo Beta1 RC is now available. Quite a short ride for CTP, March 2005 - May 2005.
I'm glad it mentions the supported visual studio tool set at the main page itself, this was quite a pain during CTP. WinFX SDK will be updated in a day or so and online docs in a week or so.
I hope to tinker with it this week and post my experiences later.
Sun executives are delivering a consistent message all across the world: Community involvement in Mustang. See recent pitches by Jeff Jackson and Graham Hamilton on this topic.
Jeff Jackson, Sun Microsystems Vice-President for Java Developer Platform and Strategy, was at the Sun Tech days in Bangalore yesterday. He invited developer community to actively participate in Mustang development....
1 of the series, I gave a short tutorial on Indigo
bindings. In this entry, I'll describe Indigo Duplex bindings and related code
Indigo Duplex Binding enables bi-directional communication between a service
and client. The steps
in Indigo documentation
are scattered unless I look at the Duplex
Contract sample. In this entry I'm listing all the steps and tried
Found this useful link on Sun's blogging policy in an always useful Tim Bray's blog.
Actually I found this linked from Jonathan Schwartz's blog where he welcomed IBM's decision to permit company employees to blog and offered them Sun's blogging as a template for their own.
Here is what Scott McNealy said in a announcement on new identity specifications with Microsoft yesterday ...
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McNealy noted that Microsoft will now be a sponsor of Sun's JavaOne conference this year. ``Who would have thought that Microsoft would be a sponsor of our JavaOne conference?'' he said.
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Check out the complete article in 5/14's Mercury News.
Here is a quote from...
Kirill provided some good troubleshooting tips for Indigo.