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Converting Java Applications to Visual C# 

Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 provides the ability to convert projects created in Visual J++® version 6.0 or written in the Java language to Visual C#® so that you can take advantage of the .NET Framework. Java Language Conversion Assistant generates a new Visual C# project from an existing Visual J++ 6.0 project or Java-language files. The Java Language Conversion Assistant wizard makes it easy to convert your existing files.

In This Section

What's New in Java Language Conversion Assistant 3.0

Lists the features included with this version of Java Language Conversion Assistant.

Converting Visual J++ or Java-Language Projects to Visual C#

Describes how to use Java Language Conversion Assistant.

Converting Web Applications

Describes how to adapt Web applications when converting them with Java Language Conversion Assistant.

Conversion of Various Types of Java-Language Applications

Discusses the processes to follow and issues that may arise as you convert various types of applications using Java Language Conversion Assistant.

JLCA Diagnostic Messages Listed by Package

Provides lists of error messages generated by Java Language Conversion Assistant.

Related Sections

Java Language Conversion Assistant Wizard

Describes how to use the wizard.

Conversion of JSP Custom Tag Libraries

Provides a list of Java-language classes for which support classes are created to emulate custom tag runtime behavior.

Compile Converted Servlet Classes Before Opening Them

Explains how to open Web Forms for converted servlet classes.

Troubleshooting: Matching Code Pages

Describes what to do when you have missing or mismatched code pages.

Manually Upgrading Unconverted Code

Explains how to upgrade code that could not be converted automatically.

C# Reference

Provides an overview of the Visual C# language.