Application Development for IBM CICS Web Services

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Published on 27 January 2015

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ISBN-10: 0738440310
ISBN-13: 9780738440316
IBM Form #: SG24-7126-02


Authors: O'Grady James, Ian Burnett, Jim Harrison, San Yong Liu and Xue Yong Zhang

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    Abstract

    This IBM® Redbooks® publication focuses on developing Web service applications in IBM CICS®. It takes the broad view of developing and modernizing CICS applications for XML, Web services, SOAP, and SOA support, and lays out a reference architecture for developing these kinds of applications.

    We start by discussing Web services in general, then review how CICS implements Web services. We offer an overview of different development approaches: bottom-up, top-down, and meet-in-the-middle.

    We then look at how you would go about exposing a CICS application as a Web service provider, again looking at the different approaches. The book then steps through the process of creating a CICS Web service requester.

    We follow this by looking at CICS application aggregation (including 3270 applications) with IBM Rational® Application Developer for IBM System z® and how to implement CICS Web Services using CICS Cloud technology. The first part is concluded with hints and tips to help you when implementing this technology.

    Part two of this publication provides performance figures for a basic Web service. We investigate some common variables and examine their effects on the performance of CICS as both a requester and provider of Web services.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. Introduction

    Chapter 1. Overview of Web services

    Chapter 2. CICS TS implementation of Web services

    Chapter 3. Development approaches

    Chapter 4. CICS catalog manager example application

    Chapter 5. Rational Developer for System z

    Chapter 6. Exposing the Catalog Sample CICS application asa Web service

    Chapter 7. Create a CICS Web service requester application using the catalog sample

    Chapter 8. Componentization

    Chapter 9. Service Component Architecture and CICS Cloud in CICS TS V5.2

    Chapter 10. Hints and tips

    Chapter 11. COBOL samples

    Part 2. Performance

    Chapter 12. Performance introduction

    Chapter 13. Environment overview

    Chapter 14. Scenarios

    Part 3. Appendixes

    Appendix A. Sample Web services

    Appendix B. Sample programs

    Appendix C. Additional material

     

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