Business Services in Java Development
Business services are contract-based activities provided to an organization to facilitate its business activities. They can be provided either in-person at the client’s premises or remotely via the Internet. They are important to any business and are increasingly becoming more available with the development of technology. Some examples of business services are information technology audits, employee self-service portals, and software updates.
Other types of business services are related to property management. A company may need a pest control company to keep the premises free from insects and rodents. This helps to protect the safety of employees and avoid code violations. A company may also require a maintenance service professional to keep its building in top condition. In addition, some companies hire in-house childcare providers to ensure that their employees can maintain a work-life balance. This is more common in medical institutions than in other types of businesses.
A business service can be a Java class, which contains a number of methods that can be used to perform specific tasks. The methods are published and can call other business services. Published business services can be exposed as web services. The methodology guide has more information on the naming conventions and rules for business services. This wizard will guide you through the process of creating a business service class.
After defining the business service class, choose the File menu in JDeveloper and click Save. The Java file containing the business service class is saved in the selected project. Double-clicking this file will open the business service class.