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COBOL to WEB Services

 
Helen Thomas
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Is anyone involved in converting legacy COBOL to WEB SERVICES ?

Any links would be appreciated.

"Save time connecting Web applications to relational databases and Web services using simple point-and-click tools that support an early version of Service Data Objects, an emerging industry standard for accessing heterogeneous data." from IBM WSAD site.
[ July 19, 2004: Message edited by: Helen Thomas ]
 
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Did a Google search and found this

http://supportline.microfocus.com/documentation/books/nx31sp1/wstech00.htm
 
Helen Thomas
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Thanks Pradeep.

Any Eclipse related links ? Can I try running Apache Axis with Eclipse ?
 
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Originally posted by Helen Thomas:
Can I try running Apache Axis with Eclipse ?

Axis is basically a J2EE web application so you need a web container to run Axis web services (Apache Tomcat, for example). Of course you can use an Eclipse plugin to deploy your .war to a web container.
 
Helen Thomas
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Thanks Lasse.
 
Axel Janssen
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As you mentioned WSAD.
WSAD 5.1 (earlier versions not) uses axis internally and offers some nice tools for webservices development and testing.

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Thanks Axel. I may be using WBIMB instead but not Web Services.
apparently they each do the same thing.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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