Build a pureXML and JSON application, Part 2, Create Universal Services for pureXML that expose JSON

Configure, deploy, and test JSON Universal Services on a JSONx store

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Faton Avdiu, Susan Malaika, and Michael Schenker

Date archived: December 6, 2016 | Last updated: April 27, 2010|First published: October 27, 2009

The pureXML® Universal Services for JSON (abbreviated to JSON Universal Services in this article) are a set of database operations, including insert, update, delete, and query, exposed as Web services. These services enable an application to persist JSON in pureXML and to query it easily through HTTP with WebSphere® Application Server. Get started with configuring and testing JSON Universal Services in this article.

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