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Saturday December 11, 2004
08:26 PM

Jim Brandt on Perl.com

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For those of you who don't keep up with Perl.com, or didn't click through to the latest success story, Jim Brandt has an article about intregrating Perl and credit card payment solutions he used at University of Buffalo. He actually had a good use for Inline::Java. :)

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  • I've been using Inline::Java to access a proprietary service's Java API from Perl. The only alternative would be to reverse-engineer the XML network protocol for the service, which would probably have taken months of work. With Inline::Java we were up and running in days!

    -sam