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Regarding Access CGI-Perl-Oracle System,

 
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please clarify
How can access the CGI-Perl based System through Web interface,
IS it correct to say only through Servlet can send a request to the interface?
or From SessionBean can possible to send a request?
please clarify
Advance Thanks
with regards
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It's difficult to answer your question without revealing important details about the assignment. It's safe to assume that one can use java.net.* library to initiate POST and GET requests to any web component( CGI, servlet) from any Java class(Does not need to be a servlet). Bear in mind that one of the hard requirements is that we interface the existing CGI-Perl application and observe the system. If it operates as expected, management would consider full J2EE rewrite. So, a solid Java-CGI bridge looks essential for the problem domain. Where you construct the bridge is your architecture knowledge and skills.
Hope this helps. Enjoy the assigment.
[ July 31, 2003: Message edited by: Levent Gurses ]
 
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Hi All
My doubt is it possible to call the CGI,Perl,Oracle System from SFSessionBean?
please clarify
advance thanks
with regards
bb

Your message was edited since you quoted content from the actual assignment. Please read our policy on SCEA questions and refrain from discussing actual assignment issues.
Thank You!

[ August 13, 2003: Message edited by: Ajith Kallambella ]
 
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