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XI-Adapters within DMZ

Dear all,

what is the preferred way to place adapters (file/ftp-adapter e.g.) within a DMZ.

We have XI 3.0. I guess a 2.0 J2SE-Adapter-Engine should be excluded because of stability and monitoring reasons. So do we need a decentral J2EE-Adapter-Engine?

Thanks,

Erik

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2005 at 04:27 PM

    Hi Erik,

    In your case I would consider using the plain j2se adapter engine of XI3.0. This only requires JDK 1.3.1 or higher.

    In this case you would have the file/jms/jdbc and soap adapter available in the DMZ.

    Disadvantages: Less integration into XI central system for config and monitoring.

    Another option would be to install the complete adapter engine on the WAS640 J2ee stack. You need more resources for this one.

    The disadvantages of the plain adapter engine don't go for this one.

    Best regards,

    Alwin

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