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Hi;

I would like to communicate two applications ( but can be more) which are written differently (one in C++ with a heavy customer and another in J2ee but can be another in PHP...) on different platforms (Windows and linux).
The Web service technologie to be able to make communicate these applications.
Q : There are several technologies: WDSL, SOAP, UDDI, XML... wish proposes J2ee on this subject: how realize a Web service (with an example ) and especially your experience feedbacks.

Regards;






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