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How to Cope with Soap? WebServices on DB2 for z/OS (F07)

Topic: 2009 EU

Subtopic: Cross Platform DB2 for z/OS & LUW



DATE: 2009-10-6 (14:15 - 15:15)
SPEAKERS: Frank Petersen (Bankdata)

This presentation will give a walk through of the possibilities of using Web Services when running DB2 for z/OS.It will give a brief explanation of the terminology, but will try to look at web services from a practical angle instead from a theoretical angel.There will be coding examples of how to call a Web Service running at DB2 for z/OS from Visual Basic (.NET) using a browser and there will be examples of how to call Web Services running 'out in the world' or at a in-house Tomcat server from a standard z/OS COBOL/DB2 program.It will be shown how to make a z/OS REXX into a callable Web Service, thus making these callable from a piece of .NET code from a browser.And do you think you can display a z/OS dataset onto a browser with 2 minutes of code? And what about displaying SDSF-information on a browser ? And getting MSSQL data directly into a z/OS COBOL program ?This session will enable you to go home and be able to do this sort of things !

EXP. LEVEL: Intermediate

OBJECTIVES:

Make the audience understand the basic Web Service terminology needed to cope with Web Services

Make the audience understand the implementation of Web Services in DB2 for z/OS

Make the audience capable of coding a .NET program accessing a Web Service on DB2 for z/OS

Make the audience capable of coding a COBOL program accessing a Web Service running else where

Make the audience understand the position that the z/OS platform have at the present as a consumer and as a provider of Web Services



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