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Batch process using Java Webservices

Posted on 2008-06-19
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Hi,
 I developed a web services using AXIS2 and Tomcat. Currently the web service is handling request as usuall.
But how can I do a batch program using the webservices.
ie from a main frame system i want to call a web service to do a bulk of process (eg creating employee ID for 1000 employees, currently through web services when a user register it creates an employee ID for him instantlly, but I want to send a list of user data to the web services every week end and generate the employee ID).
The Main Frame system may send the bulk data as file.
The main frame apllication may use MQ

Please help me to acheive this
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You can add another method to your webservice, which will take a list (of multiple names) and then create an ID. Similar to what you did for one employee. The only difference is you will have to do this in a loop.
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Whether it will affect the performance???
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