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Re: Creating Web services through IBMs Integrated Web Services Server


Just go to the web services server you created, and click "deploy new service".

Or, alternately, go into "Manage Deployed Services" and clikc the "deploy" button.

Either way, it'll add a new service to your existing server.

On 10/9/2012 11:02 AM, janottar@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
    I have studied Scott's paper 'Web Services for RPGers' with great
    My first simple web service - type Hello World - was up an running and
    tested  within 20 minutes just by following Scotts eminent step by step
    These instructions helped me not only to create the web service - but
    also the web service server to run it on - great...
    BUT it might be that I missed out on something - I keep looking for a
    button to ADD more web services to run on the same web services server.
    Cannot find such an option - and I end up creating one new server (on a
    separate port) pr RPG-program I want to turn into a web service
    - That cannot be the IDEA ???
    Can somone help me as to how i create MANY web services to run on the
    same web services server ??
    The idea is to create hundreds of small webservices - for different
    functions - in a development project  to enable front end developers
    (with no RPG-knowledge) to help us create a GUI version of our
    (so far we have used CGIDEV2 for bits and pieces of web development -
    but on that platform we are not able to hire more  staff    -  but
    there are lots of java based frontenders around.)
    The first step is to check out different options - and the IDEA of many
    small RPGs with  input/output parametes as a basis to create
    webservices/WSDLs to serve java/frontend developers seemed like a good
    But mabe its not - Any Views  ???
    An other option we are investigating is to continue using CGIDEV2, but
    turn in the direction that the CGI server programs delivers JSON object
    directly to the browser..
    The front end developers then will have to work with html/javascript/js
    framewoks/ajax/css  totally indepent  of  java-based  application
    server as a  'midle layer'.
    To us that seems as an easier approch - but we do not know  if that
    kind of expertise is harder to find then java developers..

    Our  company isn't that big - so we have to keep total costs in mind -
    at the same time as we NEED to modernize
    and we do believe that the technique we end up with has to be
    meinstream in the sence tha we should be able tu use front end
    developers with no RPG knowlege,
    All the bussines logic skoud stay on the server/RPG-levels and should
    only be acessible to the front end through defined calls...
    Anyone that has some ideas as to point us in the right direction ???

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