What does JNBridgePro deliver?
JNBridgePro's full bi-directional, high-performance Java .NET interoperability solution includes:
- Access Java classes from .NET as if Java were a .NET language.
- Access .NET classes from Java as if they were Java classes.
- Access anything across the platform boundary, including:
- instance members
- static members
- Full class access includes support for:
- pass by reference or by value
- cross-platform exception handling
- Expose any Java or .NET binaries. No source code required.
Unique GUI embedding
- Embed AWT or Swing Java widgets in .NET WinForm applications
- Embed AWT or Swing Java widgets in WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) apps
- Embed .NET WinForm controls in Java AWT, SWT, or Swing apps
- Embed WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) controls in Java AWT, SWT, or Swing apps
Works with your IDE
- The Java code and the .NET code can run:
- on the ground or in the cloud
- in the same process, using an shared-memory communication channel
- on the same machine in different processes
- on different machines communicating over a network
- The Java code can run in any conforming JVM.
- The .NET code can run on Windows, or on Linux with Mono.
Integrate with enterprise applications
- Access Java EE services from .NET, including EJBs, JMS, and JNDI.
- Automatic failover to a backup Java-side server if the primary server fails.
- Support for all the leading Java EE application servers, including WebSphere, WebLogic, and JBoss.
- Secure binary and HTTP channels using SSL.
- Cross-platform transactions with 2-phase commit.
- Create objects, call methods, access fields, return objects.
- Catch exceptions thrown by Java/.NET classes across platforms.
- Extend your classes via inheritance from the other side.
- Create callbacks to handle event processing in either direction.
- Automatic mapping of:
- collection classes
- Transparently provides:
- integrated object life cycle management
- garbage collection
- datatype conversions
- marshalling and unmarshalling of arguments
- management of references and communications.
See System Requirements for a full list of supported platforms and versions.