1. Write BBj code that uses JavaBBjBridge to communicate with a calling program.
2. Optionally, you can extend the two Java classes, BBjWS and BBjWSImpl, found in the com.basis.bbj.webservice package.
3. Configure a Web Server to provide Web services.
4. Deploy the Java classes on the Web server.
For information about using JavaBBjBridge, see Java BBjBridge.
For information about configuring a Web Server and deploying a Web service, see the documentation for your specific Web server. Tomcat is one Web server available without charge from www.java.sun.com.
If you deploy the BBjWS and BBjWSImpl classes
as a Web service, the consumer can run any BBj program that is available
on your machine. By extending BBjWS and BBjWSImpl, you can control which
programs are available to the consumer of your program.
For an example of a Web service implemented by extending BBjWS and BBjWSImpl, see the BASIS Advantage articles
Enterprise Manager - Web Service Configuration for BBj 10.0 and higher