Building a service-oriented applicationAdded by IBM on August 31, 2010 | Version 1 (Original)
|Building a service-oriented application involves creating a service provider model and a service consumer model.
Building a service-oriented application involves creating a service provider model and a service consumer model.
- Create a service provider model that includes the following builders.
Test the service operation.
- An integration builder (for example, SAP Function Call or SQL Call) or method that provides data access.
- A Service Definition builder that creates underlying support for the service and names the service.
- A single Service Operation builder or multiple Service Operation builders that invoke the data access support available in the model.
Create a service consumer model that includes the following builders.
- Add a Service Test builder to the Service Provider model
- Enable the Add Testing Support input in the Service Definition builder.
Optional: Generate a stub service model in the Service Provider model by adding a Service Stub builder.
Optional: Generate service documentation in either or both models by adding Service Documentation builders to the models.
Optional: Use the Service Mapping Registry to use the stub service model or to switch between service implementations.
- Service Consumer builder that invokes service operations made available by a Service Provider model.
- Various Page builders (for example, View & Form) to format and display data.
Parent topic: Developing Web applications with IBM WebSphere Portlet Factory: wpf7
Service Definition builder: wpf7
Service Operation builder: wpf7
Service Consumer builder: wpf7
Service Stub builder: wpf7
Service Test builder: wpf7
Service Documentation builder: wpf7