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What does a WizDul do for a Web-Service?

I found this old word document that had a neat overview of WSDL (Web Services Description Language) and how it used as part of a web-service. Useful memory jogger: WSDL (pronounced “wiz’-dul”) …is an XML-based interface definition language that is used for describing the functionality offered by a web service. WSDL stands for Web Services […]

 
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IBM i Webservices Primer – SOAP or REST?

AS400 or iSeries webservices – Primer If you are reading this it’s probably because you are researching webservices, perhaps looking for an IBM i Webservices Primer and googled something like “what is the difference between SOAP and REST on IBM i webservices – please help me I am going insane“? http://bfy.tw/9ON0 Dont worry – help is […]

 
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Example RPGLE web service program [SOAP]

Here is a quick little example RPGLE web service – it’s written in RPG, the SQLRPGLE flavor and simply reads a file (the System/21 Stockroom master file — INP20) and returns a multi-occurrence data structure (array) of the stockrooms that the user is authorized to use. #hopeithelpssomebody WEBGETSTR – get all stockrooms for a company […]

 
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An introduction to iSeries webservices

Web Services With Cobol Or RPG on IBM ISeries – Restful Php Web Services 1. Introduction Web Services and SOAP (or REST) are rapidly becoming state-of-art architectural approaches to allow the access of multiplatform and multilanguage systems, Many companies have legacy applications which represent a high investment and Web Services promise to allow their access […]

 
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What is a webservice and how does it work on an AS400, iSeries or IBM i Server?

A Web Service is a program that talks to *something* on the WEB. You might be asking yourself “What is a webservice?” or “What is an AS400 webservice?”. First of all, I am not going to rant about how its not an AS400 webservice, nor is it an iSeries webservice — it’s an IBM i […]

 
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Teaching an old AS400 dog new IBM i Tricks

Only ten years late, I’m finally getting involved with some Web Services from the AS400 (sorry IBM i – *cough*). Fantastically exciting stuff after my time in the AS400/Web Wilderness and not getting my hands really deep into any techie goo. Streaming data from a manufacturing production line straight to a website… oooh the excitement!! […]

 
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