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Legacy Connectivity and EAI (HELP)

 
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I am attempting to define the scope of the Legacy Connectivity Objective. After viewing a lot of different things is it safe to say that Legacy Connectivity is really part of or is Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) and Java Solutions for EAI or is it something completly different?
Some documents refer to 4 different Areas of EAI and some refer to Java technology that supports EAI and some refer to the Java Connectivity Specification.
Should I just be concered with the 4 main EAI areas and how they are implemeneted with JAVA or is there more?
I get the feeling that the objective should have been understanding the main concepts of EAI and Java Solutions for EAI.
Please Help
Not sure what to study for the Test?
[ January 10, 2002: Message edited by: Michael Morse ]
 
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Hi,
"Java 2 Certification Training Guide [Hardcover] by Jaworski, Jamie"
has got information about legacy connectivity, that should be enough for you to get through the exam.
Ram Dhan Yadav K
 
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