A java service lets you write and execute java code on the Integration Server.
The Service Development help at Building Java Services is a good starting point to understand more. Please feel free to reach out if you get into any issues.
Why do you want to avoid using wMPublic package services?
A rule of thumb for IS development that you’ll want to consider: avoid creating Java services unless the desired function cannot be achieved using FLOW.
I believe the intention is perhaps to explore the Integration Server and get familiar. Completely agree with your point about using FLOW.
P.S: Thoroughly enjoyed the topic - Integration Server and Java started by someone , a very good read indeed.
just i want to see how can we create a concat java services without using that wm public package that’s it
- In Designer, New > Java Service
- Define inputs & outputs, save
3, On source tab, paste in the whitespace of the service method
- Implement your code.
There’s a short free learning course here: Software AG LP: webMethods Integration Java Services (CL611C04-77E)