An easier way to connect components to SAP server functions, Part 1. Generate a J2C bean for a SAP resource adapter using improved Rational Application Developer 8.0 Java tools

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Ellen Chen

Date archived: December 20, 2016 | First published: August 16, 2011

In this world of service-driven business applications, it is very important that various components of a complex system can easily access enterprise information system (EIS) functionality. Improved Java EE connector tools in IBM® Rational® Application Developer 8.0 make it easier for you to generate a J2C bean that provides better access. This step-by-step guide demonstrates a quick way to create a simple JavaServer Page that uses the J2C bean to access the SAP server functions.

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