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HI All,

At the moment one of my interface is JDBC to Proxy is working fine.we adding some fields to that table and want to trigger the another interface(second JDBC) from the table based on the some condition.

1,first JDBC have to work like old one for this i have to change the condition in Adapter to filter the old records and send to the proxy.

2,New JDBC adapter have to fetch the records that besaed on the some condition to fullfill the new interface requirement.

Want to cleare some thing here,

1, i am writing in old adapter exclude the records that are created for new interface.

2,in newly created adapter i will give the condition pick on newly created records.

if i do like this hope my interface will work without any issues.

Is this ok two point different JDBC adapters to the same table .

or is there any solution for this other that this.

Hope i am clear here.

Advice me.



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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 09:17 AM

    U can very well use two different communication channel for different sets of records for same table.



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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 09:19 AM


    you can use 2 communication channels....



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