Accessing Domino from Web Services

With the ever-expanding support for Web services within WebSphere Application Server and Developer, wrapping almost any server-based function as a Web service is becoming easy. If appropriate, a Domino application can be opened to intranet or Internet clients by exposing key function points as Web services, say using SOAP-XML over HTTP. If the Domino application functions are already accessible via the Domino Classes for Java, turning these functions into Web services is nearly automatic using the tools available in WSAD.

As with servlets and EJBs, the major consideration with using the Domino Classes for Java within Web services is Domino session setup and management, especially for local Domino sessions. In ...

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