Cut out the Middle-Man: Use Informix Dynamic Server with J/Foundation to host a Java application service

How to create and deploy a Java application service such as an RSS or Web server directly from your data server using Informix Dynamic Server with J/Foundation

From the developerWorks archives

Guy Bowerman

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: October 26, 2006

IBM® Informix® Dynamic Server (IDS) user-defined routines (UDRs) can be written in C, Java™, and Stored Procedure Language (SPL). A recently documented extension to Java UDR support - codenamed Solano - is the ability to host a Java application service, such as an HTTP server, directly from within the data server.

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