Enterprise Manager - Web Service Configuration


In BBj 13.0 and higher, the Enterprise Manager Java app has been superseded by a new browser Enterprise Manager and Eclipse plug-in. See Enterprise Manager - Web Services Configuration.

In BBj 10.0 and higher, the Enterprise Manager introduces Web Service Configuration.

Web Service Configuration

Description

The Web Service Configuration screen displays all currently configured Web Services.


New Service Create a new Web Service.
Edit Service Edit an existing Service.
Delete Service Delete the selected Service.
Publish Service After creating a new service, it must be published to the Webserver. Services are published automatically published when BBj starts.

Web Service Methods

Description

The Web Service Methods screen displays the details necessary for running your application, as well as a list of all methods published by this Web Service.  


Name Name of the Web Service.
Working Directory Starting directory of BBj Service.
Config File Config file to use for running the Web Service's interpreter.
Namespace The namespace under which the Web Service will be published.
Methods List of methods provided by this Web Service.
New Method Create a new method on this Web Service.
Edit Method Edit an existing method on this Web Service.
Delete Method Remove a method from this Web Service.
OK Accept changes to the Web Service.

Edit Method

Description

Edit the details of a specific Web Service method.


Name Name of the method.
Call Filename and label of program to call when this method is invoked.
Return Index The zero based index of which call parameter to return.
Argument Table A list of types, one type for each call parameter. The parameter to return is selected by checkbox.
BBj String Add a BBjString to the list of parameters.
BBjNumber Add a BBjNumber to the list of parameters.
BBjInt Add a BBjInt to the list of parameters.
Java Type Add a Java Type to the list of parameters. For example: java.util.ArrayList
Generated BBj Call The call that will execute your program when the Web Service is invoked.
Generated Java Call The call that will appear on the public Web Service interface when the Web Service is published.
OK Accept changes to the Web Service.

See Also

Consuming Web Services

From Legacy to Enterprise With BBj Web Services





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