Using Java Development Environments

The studio generates Java APIs that can be used to provide host access to applications created in any Java application development environment. The generated APIs uses Java beans to provide access to the inputs and outputs of each client operation (execution) method.

Developing for Java Environments

When writing code to access your client operations through Java beans, you should typically follow this workflow:

  1. Instantiate the API from you project.
  2. Instantiate the input bean for the client operation method you want to call.
  3. Set the bean's input properties.
  4. Instantiate a TxConfig object and set connection properties or use a properties file to provide defaults.
  5. Call client operation method to synchronously execute the task.
  6. Get the output bean's output properties.
Related Topics
Bullet Java Bean Input and Output Examples