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Jan 12 2011

Learn JDE Business Services – Part 1

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About: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Business Services

E1 Business Services is the alternate name for Web Services. With the world moving towards Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), EnterpriseOne too has implemented Business Services as a gateway that provides native web services capabilities. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne business services enable you to fully capitalize on the benefits of service oriented architecture (SOA) by providing native support of Web services, including the capabilities to develop, publish, consume, and administer Web services directly from JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools. Business services are a set of Java-based business functions created to perform discrete units of work. They can interact with external systems in the form of a Web service.

Business Services – A set of Self-contained, stateless Business Functions that accept one or more requests and returns one of more responses through a well-defined, standards based interface. These services perform discrete units of work such as editing and processing a transaction (e.g. Price Lookup, Currency conversion, Add Order, Weather check etc.)

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About the author

Deepesh M Divakaran

Deepesh MD is more of a Gizmo Geek, and a techie.
A very experienced Technical Consultant on Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, and OneWorld. As a consultant he has worked for wide range of industries, from Manufacturing, Media, Oil & gas etc. and has worked on re-engineering modules, and areas of customization.
With a touch of class and understanding towards what ever he does, he is often regarded by his colleagues as the one stop answer for all Technical/Software related queries.

2 comments

  1. David Terborg

    Hi,

    I have now created a step by step document to show how you create a Internal BSSV that will call a BSFN.
    The internal BSSV will be called by a Published BSSV.

    The document will also explain the required security setup, check in procedures, and testing procedures.

    Deepesh, if you believe there’s interest in such a document, let me know and tell how to upload it.

    kind regards,
    David T

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