JSP using COM
Our JSP application is a value added service to the main Win32 app. We use
NT, Jrun, and... few COM objects. Making a JCW with J++ is a snap, but it
ties us to Micro$oft VM and Java1.1. We have evaluated JIntegra recently,
but their COM Wrappers are not as easy to create and to use as J++'s. We
would love to move ahead with 1.3, EJBs, JBoss, and all the other nice J2EE
Would you have any insight into JSP/COM legacy problem and possible solutions?
Re: JSP using COM
Pavel <email@example.com> wrote:
>Would you have any insight into JSP/COM legacy problem and possible solutions?
Unfortunately you've already mentioned JIntegra, which is the only
option I've heard of.
SOAP looks promising as a simple, lightweight and platform-neutral way
to handle distributed components, but it's not quite a reality yet.
If you're willing to be one of the brave pioneers in this area you can
get a Java implementation of SOAP from
http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/soap4j, and the SOAP toolkit for
may help on the Microsoft side.
Either way, good luck! And if you do find a better way to handle
this problem please let me know...
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