Neward Interop Files

Here is a look back at some of Ted Neward’s writings on interoperability on TheServerSide.NET Interop blog.

A Dirt-Simple Web Service
The basics of the Web service are well known by this point: data sent by a client is transformed into an XML message in the SOAP format over HTTP to a listener, which processes the incoming data, generates an XML response again in SOAP format, and returns that to the sender for consumption. - December 14, 2006

Interop Across the Wire
Welcome to the next installment of “As the Interop World Turns”. In this particular bit, we’re examining interop across the wire. - November 16, 2006

A look at out-of-proc or RPC interop
For years, the concept of “Java-.NET interoperability” has been wrapped up in discussions of Web services and the like, but in truth there are a bunch of different ways to make Java and .NET code work together. - November 8, 2006

Interoperability: Check your politics at the door
As we prepare to enter the holiday season here in the US, I think it’s time that we called for Peace on Earth. Or, at least, Peace in Computer Science. - November 1, 2006