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WebSvcs BW5 Tutorial

WebSvcs BW5 Tutorial

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TIBCO Software Inc.http://www.tibco.com3303 Hillview AvenuePalo Alto, CA 943041-800-420-8450
 
 ©2009 TIBCO Software Inc.All Rights Reserved.TIBCO Confidential and Proprietary
 
A TIBCO Web Services Tutorial
 
This Document is intended to guide the user through the practical steps necessary tobuild Web Services with TIBCO BusinessWorks 5.X. This document containssample code and an example project, and is not intended for production use.
 
Web Services – TIBCO BusinessWorks™ 5.X Example Tutorial
Building a
Document/Literal
WebService with TIBCO BusinessWorks5.XVersion 1.0
 
 
A TIBCO Web ServicesTutorial
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 ©2009 TIBCO Software Inc.All Rights Reserved.TIBCO Confidential and Proprietary
 
Table of Contents
Overview of the Tutorial ............................................... 3
 
Web Services Methodology with BusinessWorks 5.X 4
 
Schemas for the SOAP Server ................................................. 4
 
Using the Schema in the WSDL Editor .................................... 6
 
Process Definition for the SOAP Server ................................. 8
 
SOAP Event Source .................................................................. 8
 
Java Code Activity as the Engine of the Service ................... 9
 
SOAP Send Reply .................................................................... 11
 
SOAP Client .............................................................................. 12
 
Retrieve Resources – Optional .............................................. 13
 
Building a SOAP Client ........................................................... 15
 
Multiple Operation PortType .................................................. 17
 
BusinessWorks 5.1.2 Project Example ................................. 18
 
 
 
A TIBCO Web ServicesTutorial
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 ©2009 TIBCO Software Inc.All Rights Reserved.TIBCO Confidential and Proprietary
 
Overview of the Tutorial
The diagram above is the schematic for this example. There are two BusinessWorks Process Engines, one that exposes an HTTPReceiver and performs a SOAP Request/Reply to the second engine, which is the SOAP Server that encapsulates the actual service.This second engine is comprised of a SOAPEventSource, a Java Code Task, and a SOAPSendReply. The HTML Client POSTs threeelements – the principle, the interest rate, and the number of months for the loan. The WebService does the calculation and returnsthe monthly loan payment. To simplify matters, I will omit the HTML and Browser aspects of the example.

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