Dan Kimmel wrote:
We use Tomcat. Works great on i.

I've used both. I find Tomcat much easier to deal with than IWS/IAS. It starts quicker, and it ends quicker, and you're not sitting there waiting for the Admin Console to respond. And it easily runs applications that turn IAS/IWS into a gibbering mess.

About the only thing that *might* be better on IWS/IAS is native application support.

So much for hosting web services. As to calling web services, I've used HTTPAPI, IWS, and RPG-XML Suite. Some web services are easy to deal with from IWS. Others (think E1) are difficult enough to deal with from RXS, and damn near impossible to deal with from IWS. And some (like Google Calendar) can be dealt with using plain old HTTPAPI.

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JHHL

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