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Re-engineering of E-commerce legacy applications for Enterprise Java™ environment

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4 Author(s)
T. C. Lau ; Center for Adv. Studies, IBM Toronto Lab., Ont., Canada ; Y. Chan ; R. Khuwaja ; Jianguo Lu

Summary form only given. The Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) architecture has become the norm in software application development, especially in the large, multi-tier, e-commerce environment. This is a report based on the IBM® WebSphere® Commerce Suite product, which provides a complete set of tools and interfaces to develop large-scale e-commerce systems and solutions. We share the experience of moving its e-commerce database applications over to an EJB environment. This project discusses the problems and issues encountered in the re-engineering of traditional database access applications (SQL) to the EJB programming model.

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Software Maintenance, 2002. Proceedings. International Conference on

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