Is there an option that Ivy is interacting with a third party tool using net.tcp? In detail, we would like to connect Microsoft Dynamics AX with the help of web services based on net.tcp.

Any ideas? Thanks a lot in advance!

asked 12.02.2015 at 18:14

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According to this MSDN discussion its not possible to interact with a net.tcp service from anyhting else than a .NET component:

NetTcpBinding do not conform to any public protocol, so it is limited to communication between .Net components. Other simple http bindings conforms to the WS-I Basic Profile 1.1, so they can be used to interact with components with other languages.
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answered 13.02.2015 at 12:17

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Hi Reguel,

thanks for your reply! I know this MSDN article, but I was hoping there could be another way? Does anybody know a JAVA connector/converter? Or other ideas?

Thanks in advance! Peter

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