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Integration of 3rd Party Java Application System

Hello -

A customer has a non-SAP J2EE Application Server (BEA Weblogic) and would like to know the best means of integrating to XI. Looking at XI documentation, it's unclear whether the Java Proxy Runtime (JPR) and Java Proxy Server are supported on non-SAP J2EE Application Servers. First, is JPR and Java Proxy Server only supported for SAP J2EE Engine? Second, what is the recommended way of integrating 3rd party J2EE systems with XI?

Thanks.

Jin

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    Posted on Apr 08, 2004 at 08:18 PM

    The official statement is always that proxies are only supported on the SAP J2EE Engine. The XI 3.0 docs state the same.

    The most obvious option seems the use of JMS. The JMS adapter of XI should be capable of talking to the BEA JMS implementation.

    One particular option is to invoke BEA EJBs from within an XI Java mapping via RMI.

    Kind regards, Guy Crets

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      Jin,

      No idea: but I have never encountered any information regarding the Proxy framework on e.g. WebSphere 5.

      Kind regards, Guy Crets (ComCor Belgium)

      FYI: I am not an SAP employee.