clarification regarding DFHLS2WS



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clarification regarding DFHLS2WS

Postby syamcs » Fri Jun 10, 2011 10:25 am

hi all,

I am trying to convert a language structure to wsdl, for that i am using the CICS web service assistant DFHLS2WS and i got a small doubt in the JCL. The JCL is having a parameter call REQMEM and RESPMEM which is a copy book, can any one tell me what is the significance of the above mentioned parameters.

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Re: clarification regarding DFHLS2WS

 

Re: clarification regarding DFHLS2WS

Postby dick scherrer » Fri Jun 10, 2011 11:49 am

Hello,

The JCL is having a parameter call REQMEM and RESPMEM which is a copy book

How does JCL have a parameter that is a copy book?
Hope this helps,
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Re: clarification regarding DFHLS2WS

Postby enrico-sorichetti » Fri Jun 10, 2011 11:59 am

another case of a lazy poster and lazy neurons :evil:
why not look at the manual Yourself for the meaning!
a simple google search with DFHLS2WS
returned as the first link
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocente ... _ls2ws.htm
where You would have found a reply without wasting other people time

also it should not have taken more than a half neuron to imagine that
REQMEM relates to request
RESPMEM relates to response

REQMEM=value
Specifies the name of the partitioned data set member which contains the high level language structure for the Web service request:
For a service provider, the Web service request is the input to the application program
For a service requester, the Web service request is the output from the application program
REQUEST-NAMESPACE=value
Specifies the namespace of the XML schema for the request message in the generated Web service description. If you do not specify this parameter, CICS generates a namespace automatically.
RESPMEM=value
Specifies the name of the partitioned data set member which contains the high level language structure for the Web service response:
For a service provider, the Web service response is the output from the application program
For a service requester, the Web service response is the input to the application program
If there is no response (that is, for one way messages) omit this parameter.


if You do not have the skill, time, willingness, to tackle Yourself such simple issues
it would be wiser to meditate about a job shift to a less demanding position
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