Migrating Java apps to J2EE
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Posted By:   Jitendra_Mehta
Posted On:   Monday, June 24, 2002 08:57 AM

Hi, I have a servlet based application. It has only one servlet handling client requests. Now, my client wants to have JMS bridge for remote integration and XML parsing functionality in my application. I know J2EE SDK has all these API's built in. My question is, Is it worth migrating to J2EE world just for the sake of JMS and XML? Is there any documentation, tutorial which will nicely explain how to migrate existing 3 tier servlet based java application to J2EE? I had been through J2EE, JMS tutorial on Sun's site, but it didn't help much. Any help on this is highly appreciated... Thanks in advance. Jitendra.    More>>

Hi,

I have a servlet based application. It has only one servlet handling client requests.
Now, my client wants to have JMS bridge for remote integration and XML parsing functionality in my application.


I know J2EE SDK has all these API's built in. My question is,

Is it worth migrating to J2EE world just for the sake of JMS and XML?

Is there any documentation, tutorial which will nicely explain how to migrate existing 3 tier servlet based java application to J2EE?

I had been through J2EE, JMS tutorial on Sun's site, but it didn't help much.


Any help on this is highly appreciated...

Thanks in advance.

Jitendra.

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Re: Migrating Java apps to J2EE

Posted By:   Christopher_Koenigsberg  
Posted On:   Monday, June 24, 2002 10:14 AM

Just adding JMS calls to an existing servlet API application, and adding some XML parsing too, doesn't mean you have to worry about EJB's.



Don't confuse "J2EE" with "EJB".....

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