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Archana yogender

Joined: Jun 29, 2005
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How can I make a J2EE based application talk to my CRM system which is a web centric and is deployed in jakarta Tomcat 4.0. Do I need to create a J2EE connector. can JCA help me in this regarding? To make it more clear, How can we make our CRM system support integration mechanism via J2ee.
Ulf Dittmer

Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Posts: 42959
That depends on what kinds of APIs the CRM supports; its documentation should tell you what, if anything, is available. If it's web-centric, it should suppport either straight HTTP request/response, or a more sophisticated approach using web services. It may even come with a JCA connector, or a client library that allows external access. RTFM :-)
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