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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