Business Creation and Web Services
Providing business services to customers can be an easy way for companies to connect with their customers across the globe. Many businesses offer these services as web services, making them accessible anytime and anywhere there is a reliable internet connection. These services can include administrative services such as a phone call, an email, or a chat. Other common services include delivery services, which allow businesses to deliver their products to customers. This saves them time and money. Employees also benefit from these services, since they can receive supplies at their fingertips.
The most important thing to remember when creating a business service is to focus on your customer. A customer is the one that will pay you for your products and services. When you provide quality services, you will enhance your customer experience and you will be able to meet your customers’ needs and requirements. This means you can improve your company’s efficiency and stay on top of the latest technology.
There are three basic steps you should take when creating a new business service. The first step involves using the Business Service Class Wizard. This tool is available in JDeveloper. The wizard can be launched by clicking on the “New EnterpriseOne Project” menu item in the workspace context menu. It generates code and a visual aid for your project.
The second step requires that you create a value object. The value object is a Java class that manages the data within a business service. The Java class has the same name as the business service that you created. The input and output value objects are shared with other published business services that have the same parameters. The output value object is the payload of a web service, while the input value object is the data that a user enters into the method.
When a business service is published, the name of the business service is the same as the name of the business function. A business service can have multiple methods, and you will have to run the Business Service Class Wizard twice to generate the code for all of these methods. Each method must have an input value object and an output value object.
Before you begin creating your own business services, you will need to add them to your OMW project. You can do this by launching JDeveloper for a specific business service object. You can then select the object and double-click on the Java file to open it. Once you have the Java file opened, you can use the File menu to save the code. You can then relaunch JDeveloper to build other business services.
When creating a new business service, you will need to create a business function call. This is a Java class that you create to call other business functions. You can do this with the Create Business Function Call Wizard. The wizard will generate the code and a visual aid for your new business function.