Can the RadiantOne Virtual Directory Server (VDS) support J2EE-WebSphere?

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Can the RadiantOne Virtual Directory Server (VDS) support J2EE-WebSphere?

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RadiantOne fully has been designed and supports a close integration with J2EE. Many integration points are provided for blending and maximizing the synergy between the two environments. A full description will exceed the scope of this answer but the following two aspects deserve a detailed explanation here: Integration and Security. Integration Support of EJBs and web services at the virtualization layer. There are essentially two ways for VDS to work with Websphere. a) Calling an EJB from a virtual entry. Any virtual entry (representing for example a database record or a real directory entry exposed through virtualization) can be associated with a set “Interception Script”. These user defined methods for virtual entries (equivalent to stored procedures/trigger mechanisms in a database) are coded in Java and provide access to any Java classes /libraries for further customization.

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RadiantOne fully has been designed and supports a close integration with J2EE. Many integration points are provided for blending and maximizing the synergy between the two environments. A full description will exceed the scope of this answer but the following two aspects deserve a detailed explanation here: Integration and Security. Integration Support of EJBs and web services at the virtualization layer. There are essentially two ways for VDS to work with Websphere. a) Calling an EJB from a virtual entry. Any virtual entry (representing for example a database record or a real directory entry exposed through virtualization) can be associated with a set “Interception Script”. These user defined methods for virtual entries (equivalent to stored procedures/trigger mechanisms in a database) are coded in Java and provide access to any Java classes /libraries for further customization. On authentication, search, add, delete, and modify these scripts can override or extend the behavior of a v

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