Hi, we would need to Exchange data between an iv wf and jd edwards. I read that jd edwards provides a Java connector so that it can be called by a Java program.

Has anybody some experience on how this works or how this can be done within ivy? At this time I would be happy to know if it can be done at all and how it is done in ivy (high Level)

Best regards, Clemens

asked 28.08.2014 at 12:20

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I don't know JD Edwards but having a quick look at the documentation of the Java connector, it seems like using it works the same as using any other java library from ivy.

I would proceed as follows:

  • Add all libraries needed for JD Edwards Java connector to your ivy project and add them to the projects' classpath
  • Generate the Connector Java classes and place them into the src folder of the ivy project.
  • Write the code you need in Java.
  • Now you can call your Java code out of the process. E.g. you can call it from a script step.

Doing it this way, it should actually work. But to be really certain about it, you have to try it out.


answered 29.08.2014 at 14:32

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