Getting connected with WebSphere Integration Developer adapters , Part 1, An introduction to connecting with adapters

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John Green, Greg Adams, Randy Giffen, and Richard Gregory

Date archived: November 22, 2016 | First published: April 04, 2007

In the Guided Tour of WebSphere® Integration Developer series, we covered the fundamentals of creating a service-oriented application using WebSphere Integration Developer. In the this series, we will explore how to integrate your application with enterprise information systems, e-mail systems and databases by treating them as reusable services that use resource adapters. In this article you learn what resource adapters are, how they can solve common business problems, and how to use them in your applications. In subsequent articles you will learn about specific adapters and build your own applications that use them. This content is part of the IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal.

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