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Author Banks, Lisa, author.

Title z/TPF Application Modernization using Standard and Open Middleware [electronic resource] / Banks, Lisa.

Published IBM Redbooks, 2013.

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Physical description 486 p.
Series Safari Books Online
Summary In a world where product lifespans are often measured in months, the IBM® Transaction Processing Facility has remained relevant for more than four decades by continuing to process high volumes of transactions quickly and reliably. As the title of this book suggests, the z/TPF system uses open, standard interfaces to create services. Integration of new applications with existing z/TPF functions is a key factor in extending application capabilities. The ability for service data objects (SDO) to access the z/TPF Database Facility (z/TPFDF) provides a framework for data application program development that includes an architecture and application programming interfaces (APIs). SDO access to z/TPFDF provides remote client applications with access to z/TPF traditional data. In the simplest terms, service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a means by which like, or unlike, systems can communicate with one another despite differences between each system's heritage. SOA can neutralize the differences between systems so that they understand one another. SOA support for z/TPF is a means by which z/TPF can interact with other systems that also support SOA. This book discusses various aspects of SOA in the z/TPF system, including explanations and examples to help z/TPF users implement SOA. IBM WebSphere® Application Server was chosen as the partner system as a means of demonstrating how a world class transaction server and a world class application server can work together. This book shows you how you can exploit z/TPF as a transaction server, participating in a SOA structure alongside WebSphere Application Server. This IBM Redbooks® publication provides an introduction to z/TPF and the technologies critical to SOA. z/TPF is positioned as a provider or consumer in an SOA by supporting SOAP processing, communication bindings, and Extensible Markup Language (XML). An example is used to show how z/TPF can be used both as a Web service provider and as a consumer. A second example shows how to use WebSphere Operational Decision Management to apply business rules. A third example shows how business event processing can be incorporated in z/TPF applications. An example is also used to discuss security aspects, including z/TPF XML encryption and the z/TPF WS-Security wrapper. The main part of the book concludes with a discussion of z/TPF in an open systems environment, including examples of lightweight implementations to fit z/TPF, such as the HTTP server for the z/TP...
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Boston, MA : Safari, Available via World Wide Web. 2013.
System notes Mode of access: World Wide Web.
NOTES 2013
Issuing body notes Made available through: Safari, an O’Reilly Media Company.
Other author Cooper, Mark, author.
Coughlin, Chris, author.
Farmer, Jamie, author.
Filachek, Chris, author.
Gambino, Mark, author.
Kadlecik, Bradd, author.
Manoni, Colette, author.
McCreedy, David, author.
Weiss, Carolyn, author.
Wisniewski, Josh, author.
Safari, an O’Reilly Media Company.
Subject Electronic books.
ISBN 0738438200
0738438200
9780738438207
Standard Number SG24812400
0738438200