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should I use JCA in this senario?

Henrique Ordine
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Joined: Sep 03, 2004
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Hello everyone.
I'm interfacing with a web application writen in another language, such as Asp or Perl, from my J2EE application. One of the functionalities of this web application will participate in the a transaction which spans multiple resource managers. It is not mentioned if the underlying resource manager of this web application supports two phase commit.

Any ideas will be much appreciated.


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