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Microsoft Releases the Java Language Conversion Assistant 2.0

by John Peterson

For those of you who are stuck trying to convert Java based solutions to .NET... I've got big news for you. I got the following note from my contact at Microsoft:

Hi John,

I thought you would be interested in today’s news. Microsoft announced the release of the Java Language Conversion Assistant 2.0 (JLCA). With this release of the tool Java server pages (JSP) and servlets are automatically converted to ASP.NET. Microsoft is committed to providing Java language developers an effective, low cost method of migrating their projects to run on the .NET Framework. This guide contains a walk-through of a real-world JSP to ASP.NET migration.

According to Gartner, over 80% of J2EE development is JSP and servlets. It is essential to provide developers with a tool to convert JSP to ASP.NET to experience the power of the Windows platform. Microsoft is providing a migration guide posted on MSDN as a resource to developers. This guide contains a step-by-step guide of a real-world JSP to ASP.NET migration project.

Links of interest:

Let me know if you are interested in speaking to someone from Microsoft about today’s announcement. And as usual, any and all feedback is welcome.

Developer.com also did some brief coverage of the announcement:

Converting Java to C#

Microsoft released the Java Language Conversion Assistant (JLCA) 2.0 today. Now you can convert Java code on both the client and the server to C#.


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