The Attachmate J2EE resource adapter implementation returns Record objects, which mimic a hierarchical XML structure and use combinations of MappedRecords and IndexedRecords. (Input or output data is referred to as a Record.)
The RecordFactory is part of the J2EE resource adapter architecture. To obtain a particular Record from the RecordFactory, you must ask for it by name. The format of the name is:
where TASK is the name of the task you are going to execute, MODE is either input or output, and CHILD is an optional child record.
For example, if you have a task named "test" and you want to get the input record, use the name "test/input". If the root element of the task "test input" has a child element, "bar," that is complexType, and therefore a MappedRecord, you access that Record as "test/input/bar".
|The actual name of the root element is never specified and is assumed to be the first top-level element in the task schema.|
This sample illustrates how to create a web-based application that sends input to and receives output from your Synapta Services Builder for CICS task, deployed to a WebLogic app server as a session EJB generated from MCS.
This sample illustrates how to create a web-based application that sends input to and receives output from your Synapta Services Builder for CICS task, deployed to a WebLogic app server as a J2EE resource adapter generated from MCS.
|Using J2EE Architecture|
|Deploying J2EE Session EJBs|
|Integrating your J2EE Session EJB with an Application|
|How to Provide Tasks in a J2EE App Server|