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    Can anyone tell me how I can integrate existing java programs into weblogic=
    ..
    I hope to integrate these programs without converting them into beans or
    servlets.
    Thanks in advance Thomas DelGiudice





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    Please explain a little more why they need to be integrated into WL. Is the=
    re something
    specific in WL that you wish to use?

    Mike

    "Thomas DelGiudice" <delcom@optonline.net> wrote:
    >Can anyone tell me how I can integrate existing java programs into weblogi=

    c.
    >I hope to integrate these programs without converting them into beans
    >or
    >servlets.
    > Thanks in advance Thomas DelGiudice
    >
    >
    >




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    I still don't understand because your questions sounds too easy...

    All you need to do is change your=20

    public void main (String[] args)

    To

    public void main_progname(String[] args)

    and call it from a servlet.

    You can create 'args' from values from request.getParameter(<string>);

    That's all there is to it.

    Mike


    --- Tom DelGiudice <delcom@optonline.net> wrote:
    > I am hoping to use the bulk of exisiting java
    > programs in a step wise
    > transition to total replacement with weblogic JSP
    > and servlets. At first I
    > would create the front end with weblogic jsp using
    > the java programs for the
    > business logic. Then I plan to build any new
    > business logic with JSP
    > servlets, and EJB still using the old java
    > applications. Eventually the
    > java apps would be phased out. A total renovation
    > would be the right way to
    > go, but today's IT management prefers small short
    > term successes even if the
    > total cost is greater. I hope this gives you the
    > info you need to give me
    > some insight. Thanks for your response Thomas
    > DelGiudice



    "Mike Reiche" <mikereiche@earthlink.net> wrote:
    >
    >Please explain a little more why they need to be integrated into WL.
    >Is there something
    >specific in WL that you wish to use?
    >
    >Mike
    >
    >"Thomas DelGiudice" <delcom@optonline.net> wrote:
    >>Can anyone tell me how I can integrate existing java programs into weblog=

    ic.
    >>I hope to integrate these programs without converting them into beans
    >>or
    >>servlets.
    >> Thanks in advance Thomas DelGiudice
    >>
    >>
    >>

    >




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