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Visual J# Case Studies

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Visual J# Case Studies
Find out how companies and organizations are using Visual J# .NET to develop solutions that meet their business needs.
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Online Photo Album Software Converted From Java to the .NET Framework
PhotoSite AlbumBuilder, a user-friendly program for creating and sharing online albums of digital photos, was converted from Java to Microsoft Visual J# in just 3 months.

New Atlanta: J#-Based Component Marries CFML with the .NET Framework
New Atlanta originally developed BlueDragon, a CFML-server engine, in Java. They found that many organizations were looking to move their CFML applications to the .NET Framework. New Atlanta used Visual J# .NET to recompile and partially rewrite the Java-based BlueDragon code, delivering a version of the BlueDragon CFML server built on the .NET Framework.

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Search for case studies filtered by software and services, industry, solution, company size, or publication date. You can also browse by customer or partner name. 

J# Browser Controls Speed Tax Submission for IRS
Read about how TaxSoftware.com developed a solution for the U.S. Internal Revenue Service which uses J# Browser Controls. The solution helps corporations save time and money by helping them file their tax returns online.

Manhattan Associates: Upgrading to J# Improves Speed and Scalability of Warehouse Management Application
Manhattan Associates' Microsoft Windows-based warehouse management solution was originally created in J++ and ran on the Microsoft Java Virtual Machine (MSJVM), which Microsoft is legally not able to upgrade or fully support long-term. After migrating most of the application to J#, and parts of the application to C#, performance and scalability have improved in several areas.
J2EE Metadata Cataloging System Expanded to the .NET Framework with Visual J#

Read about how LogicLibrary ported their metadata cataloging system to the .NET Framework using J#. By picking J#, LogicLibrary was able to preserve a great deal of existing Java-language source code when building their Microsoft .NET-based implementation.

Visual J# .NET Gives 3-D CAD Application Improved Interoperability
Alibre, Inc. easily ported their Java-language application and developer skills to the Microsoft .NET Framework using Visual J# .NET. With the .NET Framework, they realized a 50-percent reduction in code footprint, increased interoperability with third-party components, and a variety of other compelling benefits.

CRM Vendor Ports J2EE/EJB Application to Microsoft .NET Quickly with Visual J# .NET
When KANA wanted to port its KANA iCARE electronic customer relationship management (eCRM) application from Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) to the .NET Framework, they turned to Visual J# .NET. They were able to port a complex Java Servlet/JSP application to ASP.NET and achieve their goal of preserving investments in Java-language source code. 
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the .net framework can have case studies to get

that has main term in java to use in case study in .net

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