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The last chapter provided an overview of Web Services. From there, a natural progression would be first to describe new applications that can be exposed as Web Services. This would allow the integration of new or modern applications into an SOA-based integrated enterprise. However, we have chosen to describe methods of integrating existing applications particularly applications that run on a mainframe first in this chapter and we have postponed the details of integrating new applications until 11. The reasons for describing mainframe applications integration first will become abundantly clear in this chapter, which describes some of the facts about the two major types of mainframe applications. We have done this mainly because for large corporations, mainframe applications almost always form the backbone of the IT structure. Also, many consider integrating mainframe applications the most difficult task of creating a complete SOA-based integrated IT structure. Therefore, it is imperative that we discuss the integration of these mainframe applications first. It may be argued that an obvious way to incorporate the functionalities embedded in mainframe applications in an integrated enterprise is to convert them into modern applications such as Java and C++. However, this is made very difficult by the fact that most of these mainframe applications evolved over long periods of time and these applications are not well documented. Furthermore, the persons who wrote the code or are familiar with the code might no longer be available either due to retirement or moving to another job. In addition, the resources and time are not available to extract the functionalities embedded in mainframe applications and then rewrite the applications. Therefore, in most cases, it is not viable to convert these mainframe applications into more modern applications.
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Because it is not practical to convert mainframe applications into more modern applications, we must find ways to integrate existing mainframe applications into an integrated IT structure that is also likely to contain more modern applications such as Java/J2EE and C++ applications. In this chapter, we consider two broad categories of mainframe-integration schemes. First, we consider mainframe-integration approaches that employ point-to-point integration, which is the proper technique to use if the mainframe applications need to be integrated with a few other applications. Next, we consider the Enterprise Service Bus based integration of mainframe applications. This technique is suitable if mainframe applications need to be integrated with a larger number and various types of applications. In the point-to-point category, we describe four different approaches for each major type of mainframe application. Two of these four approaches expose the mainframe applications functionalities as Web Services, whereas the other two approaches expose these applications as services based on messaging. The four approaches for one type of mainframe application (that is, IMS applications) are
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