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J2EE: Application Integration with arcane and proprietary technologies  RSS feed

 
Takiona Muiteasi
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How are corporations dealing with this issue? We have J2EE as our present enterprise architecture. There also exists a substantial amount of legacy software (both out-of-box and home-grown in different languages) creating information silos across departmental lines within organizations. How are companies dealing with seamless movement of information from one application to the other with/without compromising their present J2EE platform architecture? How would anyone go about deciding whether to buy killer enterprise application that exist in other non-J2EE platform that has no J2EE equivalent (off-the-self or near-impossible to build for organizations). Any thoughts?
 
Mark Spritzler
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I believe that is what Web Services are good for. Disparaging systems talking to each other.

Mark
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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