Java Connector

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Java Connector

A programming interface (API) that provides an interface between a Java program and a legacy application such as CICS and R/3. Java Connectors, which are part of the Java EE platform, make legacy applications look like an Enterprise JavaBean (EJB) to the Java program. See Java EE.
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In addition, the J2EE Connector Architecture provides the specifications for adapters that enable J2EE application servers to "plug in" to enterprise systems from vendors like SAP and PeopleSoft.
Currently, NEON Systems has senior developers working within Expert Groups of the Java Community Process to help define and evolve the J2EE Connector Architecture Specification.
The J2EE Connector Architecture, which is part of the forthcoming J2EE 1.3 standard, is a specification for connecting J2EE technology-based Java applications to an array of enterprise information systems.
NEON Systems understands the value of the J2EE platform and is actively enhancing the iWave Solution to support the evolving J2EE platform, including support for the forthcoming J2EE Connector Architecture.
The two companies have announced support for the J2EE Connectors specification in Siebel eBusiness Applications, version 7.5.