XML on z/OS and OS/390: Introduction to a Service-Oriented Architecture
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 11 June 2003
IBM Form #: SG24-6826-00
Authors: Franck Injey, Jose Luis Fernandez Lastra, Dipak Hore, David Sanchez Carmona
This IBM Redbooks publication describes the use of XML on IBM servers running z/OS or OS/390, and how it can be extended to modernize legacy applications. It provides both a high-level discussion of service-oriented architecture along with practical, detailed information about XML.
In addition to an overview of XML concepts, the first part of the book provides detailed instructions for installing the XML Toolkit for z/OS and OS/390 V1.4 and running the sample programs bundled with it. It describes how to use various tools that are part of the services development environment, details the support for XML in Enterprise COBOL, and provides an overview of the IBM WebSphere Application Server. This material is of interest mainly to system programmers and application programmers.
The second part of the book is geared more to the needs of application developers and architects. It provides a comprehensive introduction to service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Web services, and describes in detail some service-based topologies for both legacy systems and new applications. Finally, this book presents some important design concepts to enable the reader to build robust SOA-based solutions rapidly. This includes an introduction to the IBM Patterns for e-business, as well as XML-based message design, and the principles of design by contract and service design.
Table of contents
Part 1. XML on z/OS and OS/390
Chapter 1. XML Concepts
Chapter 2. XML Toolkit for z/OS and OS/390
Chapter 3. XML Toolkit Samples
Chapter 4. Services development environment
Chapter 5. XML and Enterprise Cobol
Chapter 6. WebSphere Application Server on z/OS and OS/390
Part 2. Service-oriented Architecture
Chapter 7. Service-oriented architecture and Web services
Chapter 8. Some service-based solution topologies
Chapter 9. JCA and WebSphere connectors
Chapter 10. Some key design guidelines
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