DB2 XML Extender, WORF, and WebSphere Application Developer

Importing and exporting XML data into DB2 with Web services

From the developerWorks archives

Owen Cline

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: September 23, 2004

This article will show how to use XML technology efficiently in business applications, and explain how to integrate your applications with DB2® Universal Database™, DB2 XML Extender, WORF, WebSphere® Application Developer and the WebSphere Application Server. You will learn how to design and create a Web Services XML application developed with WebSphere Application Developer and built on top of WORF (the DB2 Web Services Object Runtime framework). The XML application processes XML data to and from a DB2 database.

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