Having business services can make a huge difference to your business. These services help to improve efficiency, increase revenue, and connect you with customers all over the world. They also free up your company’s resources to be used for other activities.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne provides code templates and reference implementations to help you create your own business services. You can also learn how to build these services using the Business Service Class Wizard.
These services can be created in JDeveloper. The tool is available from the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne OMW (Online Workplace). You can launch the tool for a specific business service object. You can then choose New EnterpriseOne Project from the workspace context menu. The wizard displays a number of prompts and generates code for the business service. The code is then saved in the selected project.
A published business service is a Java class that is managed and runs. The value objects of a published business service include input and output parameters. The input value object is the payload of the web service. The output value object is the return value of the business service. The user-defined input class of a business service must be included in the input value object of the published business service. If a published business service has the same input and output parameters, you can share the same value object.
To build a new business service, you first need to launch the Business Service Class Wizard. You can also open the sample business services provided in the software delivery. You can then review them with JDeveloper. The methodology guide provides detailed guidelines for creating a business service. It provides information on naming conventions for business service elements. You can also use the wizard to add functionality to an existing business service.
To build a business service, you need to have the JDeveloper installed and your OMW workspace set up. The workspace name should match the name of the business service that you want to build. If you do not have a workspace, you can create one by right-clicking the workspace name and choosing New EnterpriseOne Project from the context menu.
After launching the Business Service Class Wizard, you will be prompted to enter a class name. The class name is typically the same as the method name in the published business service. You can also enter a user-defined designation. This designation is often the Processor added to the method name. You can also create a new input and output class. You must also have a published value object and an output value object.
The Business Service Class Wizard is the easiest way to create a new business service. It will also generate code for the business service class. You can then save the generated code in the file menu. The JDeveloper file menu can be accessed from the workspace. The File menu also allows you to exit the code. You can then relaunch the tool for a new business service.