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Hi, Does anyone have had experience using iWay Program Adapter? I need to invoke C++ / Java old Transaction Applications / systems as Web Services / JCA Call. I thought of using iWay Program Adapter but unforutnately didn't find much documentation on it apart from the iWay Server CALLPGM are. Please, correct me if my approach is wrong:
Web Service--iBSE---iAE---Stored Procedure (RDBMS Adapter)---(EDA Server, JDBC Connection)---FEX Program (CALLPGM, iWay Server)
Is the above approach a sane one? Or is there any other approach?
Heard from internal expert: the approach appears to be reasonable, assuming that the old code can be wrapped and called from within a FEX. The FEX could be explored by the iAE and web service created from the target that represents the FEX on that server.
Hope this helps.
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