Dec 26th, 2008, 03:18 PM
Access Java Spring service w/ .NET client
I have a Java Spring service that I need to call from a C#/.NET client. We used Spring HttpInvoker when this was Java-to-Java, so I looked at Spring.NET. But there's no way to call Java Spring, unless I missed something. Could anybody recommend which technology to use?
Jan 8th, 2009, 04:34 PM
What about Hessian or Burlap. It is the same concept, and all you would have to change impl class in your xml from HttpInvoker Exporter and FactoryBean classes to Hessian or Burlap Exporters and FactoryBeans.
The difference between the two is one is in binary and one is in plain text, but both serialize your object to xml and pass it back and forth. There is implementations of Hession and Burlap in .net too.