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EJB and Component Interface

 
Lynn Zhang
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Sorry for this off topic question, but I don't know which group I should post this question. I posted this on People Soft company discussion group, but no one answered my question.

EJB in Java as a technology has become more and more widely used to perform transaction (update, delete, insert) against database. When using Java to perform a People Soft 8 transaction, we need to communicate to People Soft 8 tables via Component Interface(a People Soft 8 Java term). My question is that does using Component Interface prevent we employee EJB? Do you or you know of some one using EJB to perform People Soft 8 transaction via Component Interface?

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In order to get to this forum you needed to pass right by the J2EE/EJB forum, which is a much more suitable place for this discussion than a forum on build tools. Thusly moved.
 
Lynn Zhang
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Thanks for reply. Where and how to go to J2EE/EJB forum. Thanks.
 
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larryranch102,

First off, thanks for joining JavaRanch, but could you take a quick look at the naming policy and edit your profile accordingly.

Secondly, not knowing much about PeopleSoft it is really hard to give a good answer to your question. However, a quick search on Google turns up a number of resources for third-party PeopleSoft Adaptors that you may find interesting. If you could provide a link to the documentation for PeopleSoft's Component Interface maybe someone would be willing to take a quick look and give their thoughts on how it might be used from an EJB environment.
 
Lynn Zhang
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Thanks for your response. I still wait for someone who did this to point out if in this situation EJB is a possible good solution.
 
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