Generate Web services for DB2 9 pureXML

A proof of concept technique to generate bottom-up Web services for XML data

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Vijay Bommireddipalli

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: June 14, 2007

Web services are important building blocks to achieve a service-oriented architecture (SOA). As more and more applications move towards an SOA, often there is a need to expose application functionality as Web services. This article will show you how you can easily generate Web services using a simple Java™class to insert and retrieve XML data, into, and from DB2® 9 using the pureXML™ feature. Once the Web services are generated and deployed on the WebSphere® Application Server, you can test them using either the built-in Web services Explorer of Rational Application Developer (RAD) or XForms as a Web services client. The same services can be used by any Web services client that can make SOAP over HTTP Web service calls.

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Zone=Information Management, XML, SOA and web services, Rational
ArticleTitle=Generate Web services for DB2 9 pureXML