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Call Java function using .Net(C#)

is it possible to invoke function which is written in Java using WCF or any class application written in C# .net Can it be possible by using webOrb.. i can’t find enough information about Java to .Net remoting.. Answer If you want to communicate between C# and Java you have a couple of options. The cleanest: Build a service. This

Creating ASN1 encoded signature in C# to send to Java

I have a private/public secure cert. My Java counterparts have the public key. I have the need to take a string, sign it, and send it along to Java to then verify the data and signature. There appears to be a well known issue with how Microsoft and the rest of the world encodes/signs data, something about the way bytes

Is there any library to Convert CAD to SVG? [closed]

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C compatible printf output for Java

I’d want to convert float/double to string, in Java and C, such that the outputs are both consistent and user friendly. By “user friendly”, I mean the string should be human readable and sound: a maximum number of significant digits, and some automatic switching to scientific notation when appropiate (the double could span all the valid range). By “consistent” I

C# and Java DES Encryption value are not identical

I am trying to encrypt the same data using C# and Java. If the data is more than 7 bytes then Java and C#’s encrypted value are not identical. Input 1: a java output: FrOzOp/2Io8= C# output: FrOzOp/2Io8= Input 2: abc j : H9A/ahl8K7I= c#: H9A/ahl8K7I= Input 3: aaaaaaaa (Problem) j : Gxl7e0aWPd7j6l7uIEuMxA== c#: Gxl7e0aWPd7sf1xR6hK4VQ== Here is the implementation of

Heap allocation and suitable hardware

For a C# .net 3.5 application which unavoidably creates a lot of data on the heap, in terms of hardware what would I be looking for in terms of memory? Would it just be the largest socket bus width? Or the “bandwidth” of the memory sticks? Or the actual frequency they run at? We have concluded the bottleneck of our

Difference between namespace in C# and package in Java

What is the difference (in terms of use) between namespaces in C# and packages in Java? Answer From: http://www.javacamp.org/javavscsharp/namespace.html Java Packages are used to organize files or public types to avoid type conflicts. Package constructs can be mapped to a file system. may be replaced: There is no alias for packages. You have to use import statement or fully-qualified name

Failed to locate method JNI_GetCreatedJavaVMs in the libjvm.dylib (Mac OS)

I am trying to embed java virtual machine in my program but I libjvm.dylib lacks JNI_GetCreatedJavaVMs. The program works fine both on Windows and on Linux platforms. However, when running on Mac OS I’m getting: exception. I use libjvm.dylib located in /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/1.6.0/Libraries directory. I think the issue is in using the wrong libjvm however, I was unable to find it

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