The Business Services Server enables JD Edwards EnterpriseOne to natively produce and consume web services. The Business Services Server is built on top of a Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) server, which can be an Oracle WebLogic Server or a WebSphere Application Server.Applications that are developed or run on the Business Services Server are written in the Java programming language. Do you want to know how JD Edwards Business Services Server is working? You can learn the concepts of Business Services Server listed below from us!

BSSV Installation and configuration

  • Business Services Server Overview
  • Server Manager Overview
  • Configuring Business Services Server
  • Configuring Business Services Server Security
  • Verify Your configuration
  • BSSV Server (Weblogic) test
  • Invoke a Business Service via SOAPUI (Provider Test)
  • Invoke a Business Service via P954001 (Consumer Test)
  • Local Test
  • Invoke a Business Service via JDeveloper 12c (Provider Test)
  • Invoke a Business Service via JDeveloper 11g (Consumer Test)

BSSV Development

  • Understanding Business Services
  • Creating Business Service Objects
  • Searching for Business Service Objects
  • Viewing the OMW HTML Status Page
  • Designing Business Services
  • Checking In, Checking Out, and Saving Business Services
  • Working with Business Services Properties

Understanding Packages for Business Services

  • Assembling JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Business Services
  • Assembling a Package that Contains Published Business Services
  • Building a Package with Published Business Services
  • Deploying the Package to the Business Services Server

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