IBM Data Studio V2.1: Getting Started with Web Services on DB2 for z/OS

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Published on April 07, 2009

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IBM Form #: REDP-4510-00


Authors: Paolo Bruni and Michael Schenker

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    Abstract

    This IBM® Redpaper™ provides a step-by-step introduction on how to get started with Web services using Data Studio V2.1. Our goal is to explain basic concepts and introduce the functions that can help you take your first steps in the Web services arena with DB2® for z/OS®. We start with describing and setting up the basic software components and showing a step-by-step guide to creating your first Web service. We then show how you can test and deploy Web services and let DB2 operate as a Web service requester (consumer) and a Web service server (provider). Last, we introduce the SOAP UDFs that enable DB2 to act directly as a Web service consumer and we show how stylesheets can easily transform your Web service response into a service message in HTML format.

    Table of Contents

    Required software components

    Generating and deploying a Web service

    Testing your Web service

    Invoking the Web service with SOAP UDFs

    What stylesheets can do for you

    Hints and tips for Data Web Services

    Enabling stored procedures for JDBC support

     

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