Am I on the right track? Do these steps produce a fully functional Web service or just a shell that requires additional Java programming? We lack Java expertise in my shop, so I hope these wizards will help us accomplish our mission, and WDSC will position us to start modernizing our skill sets.
I've used them (the WDSC Web services wizards) successfully for limited scenarios with a number of customers. More sophisticated services, including those running with SSL to outside parties, may need customer programming or configuration. We've also been successful teaching existing iSeries developers how to build those WDSC services in a day over the Web.
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