C for Java Programmers

  • by Thomas G. Schuessler, Founder, ARAsoft
  • May 15, 2003
It's a reasonable assumption that both .NET and J2EE will dominate as development platforms for quite some time. In keeping with this widely held belief, SAP offers the SAP Java Connector (JCo), which allows Java applications to access ABAP applications, and more recently has introduced the SAP .NET Connector, which provides a similar capability for .NET applications. Those who are proficient in both Java and C# will clearly have the broadest range of options available to them. This article is an introduction to C# for Java developers. To speed up the learning process, you will find lots of suitable code snippets as well as the complete source code for two classes.

Thomas G. Schuessler

Thomas G. Schuessler is the founder of ARAsoft (www.arasoft.de), a company offering products, consulting, custom development, and training to a worldwide base of customers. The company specializes in integration between SAP and non-SAP components and applications. ARAsoft offers various products for BAPI-enabled programs on the Windows and Java platforms. These products facilitate the development of desktop and Internet applications that communicate with R/3. Thomas is the author of SAP’s BIT525 “Developing BAPI-enabled Web Applications with Visual Basic” and BIT526 “Developing BAPI-enabled Web Applications with Java” classes, which he teaches in Germany and in English-speaking countries. Thomas is a regularly featured speaker at SAP TechEd and SAPPHIRE conferences. Prior to founding ARAsoft in 1993, he worked with SAP AG and SAP America for seven years.

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