SN#10216 "Using the Sun[TM] ONE Application Server 7 to Enable Collaborative B2B Transactions"

SN#10216 "Using the Sun[TM] ONE Application Server 7 to Enable Collaborative B2B Transactions"

Post by John J. McLaughli » Wed, 02 Jul 2003 22:58:22



SYSTEM NEWS FOR SUN USERS
Vol 64 Issue 4 2003-06-23  Article 10216 from section "Sun ONE"

     Sun BluePrints[TM] OnLine Document

        A 40-page Sun BluePrints[TM] OnLine article, "Using the Sun[TM] ONE
        Application Server 7 to Enable Collaborative B2B Transactions,"
        describes a design for a comprehensive Web Services application
        architecture that enables businesses to publish, find and execute
        collaborative B2B workflows with trading partners (the Sun ONE
        Application Server was formerly known as the iPlanet[TM] Application
        Server). The article is written by Michael Wheaton of Sun Professional
        Services[SM].

        The article focuses on techniques businesses can use to capture their
        offerings and capabilities in a declarative Web Services format and
        decouple them from the rigid code bounds that exist in point-to-point
        solutions. It describes the problems and requirements of today's B2B
        solutions and describes how Web service specifications can help
        architects design interoperable solutions. The document also examines a
        prototype that implements these technologies.

        It is written for professional systems engineers and system architects
        who already understand Web Services technologies, including WS-I Basic
        Profile, electronic business eXtended Markup Language (ebXML)
        specifications and the Java[TM] Web Services Developer Pack (WSDP)
        technologies. Experience in these areas is assumed for readers who wish
        to implement the article's recommendations. Web Services background
        information is available at the Sun Web site and other URLs listed in
        the Related Resources section of the Sun BluePrints document.

Details at http://sun.systemnews.com/64/4/iplanet/index.shtml#10216

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1. SN#9200 "Binding Custom Objects in Sun[TM] ONE Application Server 6.5"

SYSTEM NEWS FOR SUN USERS
Vol 61 Issue 1 2003-03-03  Article 9200 from section "Sun ONE"

     A Workaround for Binding and Look Up

     While Sun[TM] ONE Application Server 6.5 (formerly iPlanet[TM] Application
     Server) supports binding of Java[TM] 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition
     (J2EE[TM]) objects like Enterprise JavaBeans[TM] (EJB[TM]) and Java[TM]
     DataBase Connectivity (JDBC[TM]) API data sources, as well as Java[TM]
     Message Service (JMS) queues and JMS Queue ConnectionFactory objects, it
     does not support binding of custom objects. Bound J2EE platform objects can
     later be looked up through the Java Naming and Directory Interface[TM]
     (J.N.D.I.) API.

     Venkata Yella and Marina Sum have written a technical article that provides
     a workaround enabling the binding and look up of custom objects with the
     Sun[TM] ONE Directory Server (formerly iPlanet[TM] Directory Server), which
     is shipped with and installed as part of the Sun ONE Application Server
     6.5.

     The binding of custom objects is possible with the Sun ONE Directory
     Server. Such bound objects can then be looked up through the J.N.D.I. API.

     To bind a custom object using Sun ONE Directory Server:

     - Set the context factory and the context provider URL

     - Set security properties

     - Create the initial directory context

     - Bind a string to the currency object by calling rebind method

     See the code necessary for the execution of this workaround in the Web
     version of this article.

Details at http://sun.systemnews.com/61/1/iplanet/index.shtml#9200

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