Building SOA-based Solutions for IBM System i Platform

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Published on June 13, 2007

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ISBN-10: 0738486485
ISBN-13: 9780738486482
IBM Form #: SG24-7284-00


Authors: Aleksandr Nartovich, Daniel Hiebert, Rolf Andre Klaedtke, Elena Lowery, Nitin Raut and Michael Sandberg

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    Abstract

    There is a strong shift in the industry toward reuse of the existing software and hardware resources within the companies to minimize the IT cost. Instead of creating or buying a new solutions, companies are trying to build a set of reusable software components based on the existing applications. These components can be quickly assembled in many different ways to satisfy the business needs of the companies.

    This environment is based on service-oriented architecture (SOA) and solutions that support business process automation.

    This book provides the detailed information about multiple ways for building SOA-based solutions around the System i platform. The discussion in the book covers the server and client side implementations that include:

    - ProgramCall in IBM Toolbox for Java

    - Host Access Transformation Services (HATS)

    - DB2 Web services

    - PHP

    - IBM Web Services Client for ILE

    - Java-Server Faces (JSF)

    Parts of the book are appropriate for CIOs, system architects, and application developers.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. SOA: Understanding the big picture

    Chapter 1. SOA overview

    Chapter 2. SOA application design

    Chapter 3. Web services technology stack

    Chapter 4. Sample scenario

    Part 2. Implementing the service provider

    Chapter 5. ProgramCall (RPG, Cobol) Web service

    Chapter 6. DB2 UDB Web service

    Chapter 7. HATS Web service

    Chapter 8. PHP Web service

    Part 3. Implementing Service Consumer

    Chapter 9. IBM Web Services Client for ILE (RPG, C, C++, COBOL)

    Chapter 10. JSF Web service client

    Chapter 11. PHP Web service client

    Appendix A. Setting the connection to WebSphere Application Server V6.0

    Appendix B. URI length limit of 259 characters on Windows

    Appendix C. Useful tools

    Appendix D. Additional material

     

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