Using Service Data Objects with Enterprise Information Integration technology

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C. Saracco, Jacques Labrie, and Stephen Brodsky

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: July 01, 2004

Combining Enterprise Information Integration (EII) technology with Service Data Objects (SDO) helps object-oriented programmers easily work with a wide variety of heterogeneous data sources and reduces the complexity of integrating disparate data. In this article, we explain why, describe a sample architecture, and provide coding examples based on early SDO support in IBM® WebSphere® Studio and EII support in WebSphere® Information Integrator.

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