My name is Beoh Seong. I am a senior software engineer of a Singaporean-based software company. I'm working on...
a project which involves integration between our eCommerce Solution (Developed on J2EE platform) and JD Edwards.
I have looked for information on the Internet. I have found information such as integration using XPI module in JD Edwards (but only a very high level technical overview that I don't think can really help in actual implementation).
Other than XPI, is there any other better alternative? If XPI is the way to go about it, where can I get more detailed technical implementation documentation?
You need to contact the application vendor. Typically they have partnership programs, and when in those programs they will provide you with all of the technical information you need to interface with their application.
Best of luck.
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