http call from iSeries

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iSeries
Web development
Web services
I wish to invoke a web service from an iSeries program. How can I do this?

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Can you define your question a bit more. Are you wanting to start a Web Service from an web based app?

Currently, we are using web services to invoke stored procedures that live on the iSeries. These stored procs return various sorts of data. It works like this: outside agency (vb program or some such) invokes web service. Web service lives on server (not iSeries). Web service establishes connection to iSeries using ado.net and calls stored proc. Stored proc returns requested data. Everyone smiles.

What I am trying to learn how to do is the reverse:

Magical method from iSeries invokes web service, which does something, which returns data and then I smile.

Is that more descriptive?

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  • Badkarma
    Currently, we are using web services to invoke stored procedures that live on the iSeries. These stored procs return various sorts of data. It works like this: outside agency (vb program or some such) invokes web service. Web service lives on server (not iSeries). Web service establishes connection to iSeries using ado.net and calls stored proc. Stored proc returns requested data. Everyone smiles. What I am trying to learn how to do is the reverse: Magical method from iSeries invokes web service, which does something, which returns data and then I smile. Is that more descriptive?
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