What Lennon said.

Faced with the exact situation six months ago we found the fastest thing was
to rewrite the EJB with a SOAP wrapper (it was not that hard) and then use
Ruby to talk SOAP.

john

lepage / gmail.com wrote:

> Hello All,
> 
> I know this topic has been somewhat addressed in the past but I would
> really appreciate further help.
> 
> I want to call a function that is available as an EJB. Both ruby and
> the EJB are run on my localhost. The EJB takes two parameters, a
> hashmap and an XML string. I'm familiar with Ruby on Rails and have
> been learning it but this is my first attempt to integrate it with an
> enterprise system. I purchased "Enterprise integration with Ruby" by
> Maik Schmidt but have been unable to draw a clear explaination of how
> this can be done.
> 
> If anyone can help me out in any way, I will be sure to fully document
> my progress and create a tutorial when I am finished and successful. I
> will also thank you :)
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> 
> T.