Walk-Through: Calling Tasks from Applications

Your tasks are accessible from your applications through a variety of methods, depending on the task interface object you chose in the last step.

If you are using Web services, the generated task interface object includes an installer to introduce your service to your Web services framework of choice, where you can create the Web Services Description Language (WSDL) file needed to share your service with clients.

For Java beans and XML files, you can use the Attachmate interfaces (described in Javadocs in the help) to make calls to the task interface object to integrate the tasks into your application. The next step is to ensure that the run-time environment is configured properly.

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