1.1 What is Java Service Manager?

The Java Service Manager:

For example, when a customer order is created, an application may want to send a customer an email with the order details as an attachment. This type of application can be achieved by using Java Mail classes with your LANSA order entry functions. Without the Java Service Manager, this type of application can present a significant technological challenge for traditional business systems developers.

The Java Service Manager can be used by:

Some of the services shipped with the Java Service Manager are:

The JSM includes Java classes for standard requirements such as exception handling, message handling, data conversion, etc.

To understand more about the Java Service Manager, it is recommended that you review:

1.2 Why use Java Service Manager?

1.3 How does the Java Service Manager work?