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aitor alzola
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Hi all:

I`m trying to relate two different applications, feching information from one to other. �What is the best way to do it ? I think perhaps EJB, or Web Services. The point is not to have the two apps too much related, in order to be maintained by differents teams.

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Adeel Ansari
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if it is not too much related and maintained by two different teams then i think web services would be better. wait for some other replies. somebody else will definitely come up with some reasoning.
 
sawan parihar
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hi,
It depends upon how much the two systems are different. If the two systems are completely different then according to me you should go for web-services otherwise you can use ejb and maintain a database mapping. There will be performance difference between ejb and web-service(I guess this will be a lil slow as it has to do file IO).

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aitor alzola
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Hi,

the systems are both J2EE, so the better solution will be use EJB. But I`ve made a test, and I can acces to an EJB situated in a different machine. I`m using WAS 5.0, and I don��t know how to configure the server to seach the JNDI name in anothar machine. �Any help?

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