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Resources about Legacy Connectivity for SCEA

 
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Hi there,
I would appreciate it if anyone could share any your experiences about Legacy Connectivity. Any resources for this?
Thanks
Frank
 
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See our book's chapter on the LEGACY CONNECTIVITY.
There are some real life examples.
Also legacy connectivity in my experience is truly case by case. Every engagement I have had in the last 7 years has involved JAVA, J2EE and some legacy system. Each client had some hoem grown technique(s). If it is an IBM legacy system then there is usually something the or a vendor has to solve the problem. Soon vendors will provide JCA / resource adapters for their products. Long story short the infor is all over the place.
THANKS,
Joe Bambara
 
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