About This Book
This book describes how an InterSystems IRIS® programmer can create the following:
SOAP web services
SOAP operations (clients to external SOAP web services)
You should be familiar with the web protocol, HTTP, REST, or SOAP, that you are using.
This book contains the following sections:
For a detailed outline, see the table of contents.
For more information, try the following sources:
SOAP pass-through services and operations, are described in “Configuring Pass-through Business Services” and “Configuring Pass-through Business Operations”in Using a Production as an ESB. InterSystems IRIS’s pass-through services and operations enable you to receive an HTTP, REST, or SOAP request and pass it through to an external service.
Best Practices for Creating Productions describes best practices for organizing and developing productions.
Developing Productions explains how to perform the development tasks related to creating a production.
Configuring Productions describes how to configure the settings for productions, business hosts, and adapters. It provides details on settings not discussed in this book.
Creating Web Services and Web Clients describes the specific standards followed by InterSystems product support for SOAP and web services.
Projecting Objects to XML describes how to project InterSystems IRIS objects to XML and how to control that projection. (If you want to use an object as an argument for a web method, the class must be XML-enabled.)