Use IBM InfoSphere Information Server to transform legacy data into information services

An SOA approach to information sharing using GJXDM schema

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Lai-Fong Leung and Walt Geddes

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | Last updated: November 12, 2012|First published: February 07, 2008

Learn how to create and deploy information services to access legacy databases without writing any code. The generated web services are created using the IBM Information Server components including InfoSphere DataStage, InfoSphere Federation Server, InfoSphere Information Services Director, and WebSphere Transformation Extender for DataStage. In this example, the information services are delivered using a standard government XML model (GJXML).

This scenario was implemented by the Federal Innovation Solution Center (FISC) as part of an information-sharing demonstration.

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