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Author: IBM Redbooks
ISBN13: 978-0738496955
Title: Architecting Access to Cics Within an Soa
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Architecting Access to Cics Within an Soa by IBM Redbooks



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This IBM Redbook is intended for IT architects who select, plan, and design SOA solutions that make use of CICS assets. First, we provide an introduction to SOA and the options for transforming CICS assets into SOA solutions. Then we introduce the different architectures and technologies on which a CICS SOA solution can be based.

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OSGi is a Java framework allowing componentization of Java applications. used to create CICS bundle projects within an Eclipse workspace. The CICS bundle project can. contain one or more of the Java EE application types, and allows them to be deployed as a single. An export function is provided to deploy the CICS bundle to zFS, or alternatively the CICS. build toolkit can be used to perform an automated build as part of a DevOps process. In the next lecture, we will look at the common use cases for Java applications deployed into CICS.

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