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Ruby and J2EE

Jesus Angeles
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Does ruby also fit in J2EE applications? In what ways?
Pradeep bhatt
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Are you saying whether you can run Ruby applications in a J2EE server ?


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In theory, you could embed Ruby code into a J2EE application using JRuby.


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As Lasse said, there's JRuby. Without a compiler, it is mainly used to glue together existing J2EE apps or components right now, but eventually, they'll get a compiler working and you'll be able to marshal objects in both directions.

Conversely, we've been able to integrate through messaging channels (RESTfule web services, SOAP, and STOMP for messaging). I much prefer this strategy because it implies that you have a well-factored application design in the first place, and the Ruby code could be anything, as long as it can process the messages correctly.
 
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