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Introducing Java Web Services / WCF Interoperability

Posted by haroldcarr on January 26, 2006 at 12:45 PM PST

Hello. My name is Harold Carr. I'm the engineering lead for

Sun's


Java Web Services

interoperability project with

Microsoft's


Windows Communication Foundation

(WCF).

We initially unveiled this project in


November 2005
.

Sun engineers are interacting with Microsoft engineers to ensure
interoperability in areas such as reliable messaging, security and
atomic transactions.

In upcoming blog entries I will provide details of our interop
work, let you know when we make releases (i.e., early access, beta and
FCS), show you how to use those releases and answer any questions you
may have.

When we start making releases you will be able to download our
bits as part of the


Java Web Services Developer Pack
.

In fact,

JAX-WSA

(i.e., JSR 261),

the

Java

APIs for

W3C

Web Services Addressing,

is available in the developer pack now. Try it out and let us know
how it goes. You will be seeing much more in the future. I'll give you
an overview of what's in the pipe in a future post.

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