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Developing JCA Adapter

 
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Hi All,

I am struggling to find out how we can develop a JCA based Adapter from the scratch using CCI API which can be deployed on any J2ee App. server . Points that i would like to know and to focus are :-

a.) Designing the overall skeleton for the development of the connector. (Package Structure as well as hint of classes)
b.) How to use relevant API for the adapter development.

Pls do let me know your views for the same as soon as possible.

regards,
Parveen Kumar
aparveen@hcltech.com
 
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refer to jca specification for complete reference.

CCI is the last step on creation of a resource adapter. There are SPI ( system contracts ) that need to be implemented beforehand.

J2EE examples available from Oracle contain a sample resource adapter implementation which is very helpful.
 
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