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1.How can an J2EE Communicates with an legacy application with VT100 Terminal?
2.How can an J2EE Communicates with an legacy application that was using MQSeries?
For the first one i think we can use Screen Scrapers and for the Second one JMS. please let me know whether i was correct or not.
 
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Originally posted by satya kiran:
1.How can an J2EE Communicates with an legacy application with VT100 Terminal?


IBM WebSphere Host Publisher provides the quickest, easiest way to implement e-business by extending the reach of applications to web browser users and new WebSphere applications, with no changes to existing applications.
Key Features :
Provides Web integration with 3270, 5250, Virtual Terminal (VT), Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) and Java host applications without requiring any changes to the existing application itself. Allows for easy consolidation of multiple applications into a single composite application or Web page for presentation to Web users.
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2.How can an J2EE Communicates with an legacy application that was using MQSeries?


You are right, JMS is the answer. And in IBM WebSphere Application Server v5.0, the first application server featuring Java� 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) 1.3 compatibility, you can use Message Driven Bean of EJB 2.0.
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Tony Chen
IBM Certified Specialist - WebSphere V3.5
IBM Certified Solution Developer - WebSphere V3.5
IBM Certified Systems Expert - Administration for WebSphere V3.5
Sun Certified Programmer for the JAVA 2 Platform
[This message has been edited by Tony Chen (edited January 02, 2002).]
 
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