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From Freeman Fang <>
Subject Re: .net remoting
Date Tue, 05 Jun 2007 09:19:01 GMT
Hi Richard,
Actually, we have some interoperability tests between CXF(as client 
side) and .net (WCF testcase as server side).
What we do is get wsdl published by  .net service, and build cxf client 
from the wsdl.
It's unnecessary to create transport or binding to talk to .net remote 
You can get more details about WCF interop test case from



Shaw, Richard A wrote:
> Has anybody though about creating transport and binging to talk to .net remote objects
> I have a .net remote object hosted as a windows service and would like to talk to it
from my CXF services without modifying any of my windows software. 
> Does anybody know where to start if implementing this ? The only thing I've found on
the web is a commercial product that does it.
> Richard Shaw
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