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JNBridge Releases Updates for Java and .NET


Interoperability tools company JNBridge has announced the release of JNBridgePro version 7.1 and versions 3.1 of its JMS (Java Message Service) Adapters for BizTalk and .NET.

The product includes an upgraded Visual Studio feature that allows developers to access Java code from Visual Studio 2013. Also added is the ability to specify 32-bit and 64-bit jvm.dll in .NET to Java application configuration files to support shared memory communications in "Any CPU"-configured applications.

"The new JNBridgePro version 7.1 support for Visual Studio 2013 allows developers to integrate .NET and Java code using the latest .NET and Java technologies," said JNBridge CTO Wayne Citrin. "In addition, the new version completes the 'any-CPU' capabilities of JNBridgePro, adding the ability to specify separate 32-bit and 64-bit JVMs in a single shared-memory application, allowing us to support our customers' needs to construct applications that will run on any system regardless of whether it's 32- or 64-bit."

JNBridgePro lets programmers connect heterogeneous software and make it work together. Microsoft's Mitra Azizirad says that JNBridge's solutions, integrated with Visual Studio 2013, help reduce the amount of code needed to build and launch heterogeneous applications.

In addition to the launch of JNBridgePro 7.1, the company also announced upgrades to its JMS Adapters for BizTalk and for .NET. Version 3.1 of the JMS Adapters now provides support for the JMS 2.0 specification, a better tracing feature, current configuration documents, and a new unified installer for 32- and 64-bit.


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