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E1: BSSV: JDeveloper 11g Proxy Generation Requirements for Consumer BSSV (JAX-WS) (Doc ID 1583424.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 12, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 to 9.1 [Release 8.98 to 9.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 9.1 Business Services Development Guide there is a section which explains how to develop Consumer type BSSVs.

This document is provided to show how to create the web service proxy for JAX-WS using JDev 11g for Weblogic server found in Chapter 8.5 Creating a JAX-WS-Based EnterpriseOne Consumer Business Service in JDeveloper 11g (Release 9.1 Update 2)


The following information is included in the guide.

Understanding How to Develop a Business Service for Consuming an External Web Service

You create a business service that consumes an external web service in the same way that you create a business service that provides a web service for public consumption. But instead of using a published business service as the web service, the business service is used to consume the web service. As part of the process, you create a web service proxy and an XML document. This business service is called by a business function. The following tasks provide a scenario for creating a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne business service that consumes an external web service.

A web service proxy is a collection of classes generated by JDeveloper and is used to call external web services. JDeveloper uses the target WSDL to create all necessary classes. A JD Edwards EnterpriseOne business service method uses the web service proxy to call the external web service. You use JDeveloper to create a web service proxy in the business service project that you created using OMW.

You use OMW to create a new business service object, and then open the business service object in JDeveloper 11g from OMW. Before you create the business service, ensure that the target JAX-WS web service for which the JAX-WS-based EnterpriseOne client business service is being developed is up and running and its WSDL URL is accessible.

A JAX-WS based EnterpriseOne Consumer business service reference implementation, JRH90I34, is provided for you to use as a model for creating a custom JAX-WS based consumer business service.


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