Calling a COM+ component (Win Platform) from a JavaBean (UNIX Platform)??
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Posted By:   Parn_Lodoss
Posted On:   Thursday, June 21, 2001 08:49 AM


First of all, is this possible? If so, is it recommended? And what are the pitfalls or things to watch out for? There won't be any firewalls between the UNIX and the Windows boxes, they are both within the DMZ (de-militarized zone).


Ideally I would need 2-way communication between the JavaBean object and the COM+ object. That is, the JavaBean object triggers the process by instantiating and calling the COM+ object's function, after the COM+ function is done, it should be able to notify the JavaBean object (either by function return value, or calling a function in the JavaBean).

Re: Calling a COM+ component (Win Platform) from a JavaBean (UNIX Platform)?? (Part 2)

Posted By:   Parn_Lodoss  
Posted On:   Thursday, June 21, 2001 09:00 AM


FYI, I wouldn't do this if I didn't have to.

The reason is because a required functionality in our process is only available from a 3rd party vendor who's solution is only available on the Windows platform.


Thanks in advance for any info or suggestions on this.

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