We are pilot testing Flowbuilder for migrating Domino applications to J2EE. So far, it looks great. My question is, the Web site states that you are planning a .NET version of Flowbuilder for migrating Domino apps to .NET. When is it coming out?
There are fundamental issues in rewriting the same exact framework in C#, because certain features that are available through the Java open source community are not yet available for .NET. Nevertheless, FlowBuilder's service-oriented architecture (SOA), featured in the latest 3.5 release, allows you to do three things today:
- Write ASP.NET pages that leverage FlowBuilder services as Web services.
- Integrate Web services written in .NET within FlowBuilder applications.
- Integrate with Microsoft Office documents, such as Word and Excel, using a Java-to-COM bridge or native XML in the most recent version.
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