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PowerBuilder® 9: Internet and Distributed Application Development by John D. Olson, Bill Green

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Implementing a Web Service

PowerBuilder 9 and EAServer offer everything you need to get started with Web Services. Here you will write a service written in PowerBuilder and deploy it to EAServer. The next step is to use the new wizards provided by PowerBuilder 9 to get connected to your Web Service, send data to the service, and get a confirmation about the data sent back from the service. The client will first be a PowerBuilder client. As a second step, you will create and deploy a Java client implemented using JSPs within PowerBuilder.

Let's dive into the wonderful world of Web Services with the best tools in the world, PowerBuilder and EAServer.

Creating the Server-Side Part

EAServer and PowerBuilder 9 make it very easy to use a PowerBuilder ...

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