- J2EE Clients
- Types of J2EE Clients
- Servicing Stand-alone Java Client Applications
- Servicing EJB Clients from Other J2EE/EJB Servers
- Servicing CORBA clients from CORBA Object Request Brokers
- Servicing Legacy System Clients (ERP/CRM/Mainframes)
- Servicing JMS Clients
- Servicing Windows/.Net Clients
- Servicing Web service client
- Servicing Clients from Other Environments
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Servicing Legacy System Clients (ERP/CRM/Mainframes)
When legacy systems become clients to J2EE environment, the popular methodology adopted is messaging. Hence, we can say that legacy system clients are in turn JMS clients to the J2EE environment.
The Java connector architecture might be useful in case relevant legacy connectors are available from the resource vendor.