• Subject: Re: Some experience - as400 server side java
  • From: nimrod@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 8 Jun 1999 06:35:38 +0200

> <shahar mor wrote:>
> Just wondered if someone out there did some server side java on the
> as400 and tell some stories about it. mainly how can you:
> 1. interact with legacy programs
> 2. interact with udb/400.
> 3. Handle transactions commit etc.
> 4. Print reports
> Is it real ? should i wait for ejb ?
> -----
> Shahar, the weakest link today is interaction with legacy programs.  I
> data queues as much as possible, although you could probably use a data
area as
> well.
Or you could skip all that and simply use Jacada Connects (I hope
I'm not breaking any list regulations by inserting this shameless
See http://www.cst.com/ for more.
Best of all - Jacada Connects is itself written in Java!

You can hop in, Shahar - we're just around the corner :)


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