News: Why You Need to Look at the J2EE Connector Architecture
The Java Connector Architecture (JCA) exposes enterprise information systems to Web applications through a common API. Despite some limitations in the current version of JCA, it will play an important role for all application server-based Web applications that require access to an existing system.
- Posted by: Floyd Marinescu
- Posted on: June 20 2001 22:04 EDT
Read Why You Need to Look at the J2EE Connector Architecture in 2001.
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I read Poziombka's article on integration. So now I'm planning on jumping into JCA and message driven beans with both feet. Wondering if there are adapters for protocols like FTP already written, and are they extensible, and where would I look for sample code. You can imagine that doing a google search on J2EE connector FTP as keywords, doesn't get you too far.