1.3.5 How Can I Use Java Service Manager
Application developers can use the Java Service Manager wherever there is a need to integrate Java services with LANSA functions or other RPG applications.
Following are examples of how the Java Service Manager can be used:
- You want to write a 2-way XML application to implement A2A or B2B solutions over the Internet. Using the HTTP Service and the XML Wizard, you can create both client and server applications to send and receive the XML documents.
- Business partners want a simple method to send transaction data from PC files to a server application for posting. Using the User Agent, files can be uploaded and processed by the JSM.
- You need to write an application to process XML documents. The XML Wizard and JSM provide XML services to easily write programs to process.
- You have a set of specialized APIs written in Java and you would like to use these with your LANSA or RPG applications. Java Services can be written for these classes so that they can be easily integrated into your applications.