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How to provide Data to thrid Party Softwares

 
Ravi Kiran Va
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Hi

We are having our Database data written for every 1 minute in the form of XML files .As we are not providing all the services we are combined with another application

Now as we need to provide this data to another 3rd party softwares .


Please tell me how can we do this ??

Thank you , any ideas please help.
 
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Ravi Kiran V wrote:Now as we need to provide this data to another 3rd party softwares .
Please tell me how can we do this ??

I'm not sure I understand your question well.
Don't you have access to those xml documents created?
 
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Adding to Devaka's response, you may have to create services on your side based on what data is required which the third party should be able to invoke and retrieve data.
 
Ravi Kiran Va
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Thanks for the ideas .

Actually the scenario is that our Application is not providing all the services , so we are combining with another Company for other services .
As we cant expose our Database to them so for this we have written some program (Java program) that will run for every minute and writes data in XML format.
Now we need to give those data to other Software .

PLease share your ideas.
 
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Ravi Kiran V wrote:
As we cant expose our Database to them so for this we have written some program (Java program) that will run for every minute and writes data in XML format.
Now we need to give those data to other Software .



What kind of data does the other software expect? Does it expect the xml format that you have generated? If yes, do you know the schema for that xml? You will actually have to look at the documentation of the other software or get in touch with the developers of that software to decide how to pass your data to that software.
 
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What, exactly, is the difficulty you're facing in extracting data from the DB, and providing it in an appropriate format to interested 3rd parties?
 
Ravi Kiran Va
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Thanks for responding .

The question i mean to ask is does this mean SOA , for which i need to use webservices .
 
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You haven't provided nearly enough detail to say whether or not a SOA approach might be an adequate (or even feasible) solution.
 
Ravi Kiran Va
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Extremely sorry for providing not sufficient information and forcing to answer .


Actually the scenario is that our Application is not providing all the services , so we are combining with another Company for other services .
As we cant expose our Database to them so for this we have written some program (Java program) that will run for every minute and writes data in XML format.
All These XML data will be stored in a Folder with a incremet Sequence of File name (Ex: Ravi1.xml , Ravi2.xml , Ravi3.xml----)
Now we need to give those data to other Software .

PLease share your ideas.

Will JMS will suit my requirement ??
 
Ulf Dittmer
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That's impossible to say without knowing anything specific about the environment and requirements. If all you need to do is to transfer XML files, why not use FTP?

It seems the best way to arrive at a solution would be to discuss the matter with the company that needs to get at the information.
 
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