The Bank Account Example—Java Client Accessing a COM Component

WebLogic Server 8.1 ships with a number of examples that help guide you through the development of various WebLogic Server–related technologies. Three of these examples pertain to jCOM specifically and can be found in the \bea\weblogic81\samples\server\examples\src\examples\jcom directory. You'll find that all the provided WebLogic jCOM examples, depict a bank account interface application with COM-based front ends accessing an EJB-housed back end on WebLogic Server. What is not provided, however, is an example going in the opposite direction, showing a Java front end accessing a COM-based back end. We'll remedy that here.

In our example, we'll take a similar bank account interface ...

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