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

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Creating a Web Service JSP Client with PowerBuilder 9

Now we have a Web Service client written in PowerBuilder, but we want our readers to subscribe through the Web. To do so, we need two pages: On the first, the user enters data. That data then is posted to the second page, where you take these parameters and call the underlying Web Service.

The Subscribe Page

The first step is to create a JSP target. Just choose from within your PowerBuilder IDE New, Target and choose JSP Target. Navigate to the wizard and provide these values (or choose the default values):

Deployment configuration name:subscription_web
Object model:I am not using an Object Model
JSP server list:EAServer
EAServer profiles:<choose your profile here (also look at the HTTP port)> ...

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