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How to connect ejb to tcp/ip System

 
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We have several C/C++ socket oriented legacy systems. Can anyone explain what approach would be best to connect J2EE beans to these systems (MDB/JMS, Statefull Session bean w/socket connection, etc). The new system must accept TCP/IP messages, store in database and possibly route messages to another system.
Any feedback would be appreciated.
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[ March 26, 2002: Message edited by: Gregory Garrison ]
 
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A fairly broad order. The main thing to keep in mind is that EJBs may not listen on sockets. You might want to build a server program to do the socket I/O and act as the client for EJBs.
 
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Thanks Tim - this was my plan if all else failed. I thought that there might be a solution through JMS.
 
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You may find a use for JMS there - just mentioned that EJBs have limitations that have to be kept in mind. For anything more specific, I'd have to know more details. Bribery helps, too
 
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Tim - how do you connect from a remote client to JMS. That is, a client outside the VM within which JMS resides?
 
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