Deploying applications can sometimes be a challenging process, involving large, complex installations. Oracle Data Access Components 11g with Xcopy deployment, however, enables Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET) developers deploying their applications to take advantage of key features that reduce client installation size, complexity, and maintenance.
This article shows you how easy it is to use a build framework such as MSBuild or TeamCity to build .NET software. It also demonstrates how to add Continuous Integration (CI) with .NET applications to an Agile ALM CI ecosystem that can also integrate other artifact types, such as Java.
It is rarely cost-effective or feasible to manually port or rewrite code from one language into another. Java is a popular language for building applications for Unix*, while Microsoft has developed .NET and the Common Language Runtime (CLR)* for building cross-language applications under Windows*. Java and the CLR use different executable formats, which makes it challenging to build applications that need to integrate existing compiled Java class files into a .NET solution. Java class files can be integrated into the .NET CLR using the JbImp.exe utility (a command-line tool included in Microsoft Visual J#*). This paper shows how to use to JbImp.exe to convert working sets of Java .class files into .NET executables and .NET assemblies.
This article shows you how to combine the two languages to serve the same .NET application. You get the best of both worlds: Python and .NET work together to provide reusable code functionality without your having to rewrite the code base for a single environment.