Resource injection using Rational Application Developer v7.5

Overcoming the lack of support in Java Persistence API architecture for the OUT parameter in stored procedures

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Dan Haim and James Chung

Date archived: December 20, 2016 | First published: June 07, 2010

Java™ platform Platform, Enterprise Edition has simplified the development of complete enterprise applications. Using resource injection through annotation, much standard code is eliminated, which contributes to maintainable code. Your organization might have numerous existing, complex stored procedures. You can continue to develop your applications that use stored procedures and take advantage of the Java platform. IBM® Rational® Application Developer provides a rich development environment and that is tightly integrated with IBM WebSphere® Application Server. With Rational Application Developer, you can readily make changes that can lead to an agile development cycle.

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