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December 11, 2002

Java .NET Bridge – Ja.NET

Filed under: JVM & Java — Mike Brunt @ 12:00 am

Dave Watts recently mentioned this product, Ja.NET on Cf-Talk during a thread related to consuming .NET Assemblies in ColdFusion MX. This product is supplied by the same company that makes JIntegra which is the COM-Java bridge bundled with CFMX. You can find information and the product itself here.

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2 Comments »

  1. Awww thanks Jim. I just sorry it took so long, I never thuhogt it would require the approval of an Adobve VP. However, once it got to the VP level it was a quick approval. Everyone is the chain thuhogt it was the right thing to do. I’ll be sure to send you the latest copy. We still have a bit more work to do on CB before it’s released, but the dictionary should be relatively the same.As far as sharing it with other IDEs, once it’s included in CFEclipse, it would fall under the Eclipse license. So we shouldn’t need to get explicit permission for any other use!In regards to CB Linux, I would love to support it, but it’s tough to justify for v1. Adobe has a number of libraries we have to use internally that aren’t supported on Linux. So that means we would have to drop other features to find time to update the libraries. While we might not have official’ support for Linux in v1, we’ve been supportive of some underground efforts to make it functional.Of course CF itself fully supports Linux, including free offerings like CentOS!- Adam

    Comment by Thawany — July 19, 2012 @ 4:12 am

  2. I think that javOnet is a better solution

    Comment by Lukas — May 21, 2013 @ 4:48 am

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