3 edition of Implementing CICS Web services found in the catalog.
Implementing CICS Web services
|Statement||IBM, International Technical Support Organization ; [Nigel Williams ... et al.].|
|Contributions||Williams, Nigel., International Business Machines Corporation. International Technical Support Organization.|
|LC Classifications||TK5105.88813 .I53 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 602 p. :|
|Number of Pages||602|
|LC Control Number||2010286797|
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The book then shows how CICS Web services can be secured using a combination of Web Services Security (WS-Security) and transport-level security mechanisms such as SSL/TLS. Finally, it demonstrates how atomic Web services transactions can be configured to allow WebSphere and CICS resource updates to be synchronized.
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Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ Format: Paperback. This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides information about how you can connect mobile devices to IBM Customer Information Control System (CICS®) Transaction Server (CICS TS), using existing enterprise services already hosted - Selection from Implementing IBM CICS JSON Web Services for Mobile Applications [Book].
Implementing IBM Cics Json Web Services for Mobile Applications [IBM Redbooks] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides information about how you can connect mobile devices to IBM Customer Information Control System (CICS®) Transaction Server (CICS TS). Implementing IBM CICS JSON Web Services for Mobile Applications - Ebook written by Rufus Credle, Andy Armstrong, Chris Atkinson, Russell Bonner, Geoff Pirie, Inderpal Singh, Nigel Williams, Matthew Wilson, Mark Woolley, IBM Redbooks.
Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read 5/5(1). CICS Transaction Server for z/OS® provides comprehensive support for Web services: v A CICS application can participate in a heterogeneous Web services environment as a service requester, as a service provider, or both.
v Support for HTTP and MQ v CICS Transaction Server for z/OS includes the CICS Web services assistant, aFile Size: Implementing CICS Web services book.
Implementing IBM CICS JSON Web Services for Mobile Applications. This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides information about how you can connect mobile devices to IBM Customer Information Control System (CICS®) Transaction Server (CICS TS), using existing enterprise services already hosted on CICS, or to develop new services supporting.
CICS has supported Web Services for quite a while now such that it is now a popular CICS technology. This article provides links to some of the many sources of information you might find useful if you're interested to learn more about the family of technologies.
The CICS implementation of RESTful JSON web services is similar to that of SOAP web services. Most of the concepts and architecture are shared, but CICS requires the use of a JSON schema. Creating a RESTful web service provider application.
Developing Web Services Using CICS, WMQ, and WMB Chris Rayns David Carey Andrew Gardner Jenny Nott Adrian Simcock Bottom-up application design and re-use of traditional code Exposing applications as Web services Modern tooling techniques Front coverFile Size: 2MB.
Genre/Form: Electronic books Electronic book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Implementing CICS Web services. [Poughkeepsie, NY?]: IBM, International Technical Support Organization, Implementing IBM CICS JSON Web Services for Mobile Applications Russell Bonner is an IBM Certified Consulting IT Specialist.
In his current role as a Client Technical Specialist with the IBM Software Group based in the UK, he is a technical consultant to clients and IBM Business Partners.
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This book describes the steps to develop, configure, and deploy a mobile application that connects either directly to CICS TS, or to CICS via IBM Worklight® Server. outlines the options for securing CICS JSON web. It begins with an overview of Web services standards and the Web services support provided by CICS TS V Complete details for configuring CICS Web services using both HTTP and WebSphere MQ are provided next, along with the steps for using Web services to connect to CICS from a service integration bus.
This new version of the book includes a. We are trying to integrate with webmethods using SOAP/JMS Webservice. With CICS as client we are not sure how to send the following properties: SOAPJMS_bindingVersion,SOAPJMS_soapAction,SOAPJMS_contentType,SOAPJMS_requestURI and SOAPJMS_targetService We use IBM MQ, and we are trying to use the W3C SOAP/JMS spec over.
The two CICS regions are NOT using the internet to connect -- either they run MRO or they use APPC (or another protocol) to talk to each other. In any case, there is no reason to use Web Services to connect two CICS regions on the same machine together -- and a WHOLE LOT of reasons not to use Web Services.
Implementing CICS Web Services Nigel Williams Robert Herman Luis Aused Lopez Mike Ebbers Configuring and securing Web services in CICS Transaction Server Connecting CICS to a service integration bus Enabling atomic Web services Front cover.
File Size: 5MB.For these types of organizations, the benefits of centralized mainframe security are well established. By introducing CICS Web Services, centralized security can be 6 Developing Web Services Using CICS, WMQ, and WMB retained on the mainframe.
Web services allow for the inclusion of security information for authentication and authorization purposes. Implementing CICS JSON Web Services for Mobile Applications exploiting existing enterprise services already hosted on CICS, or to develop new services supporting new lines of business.