After setting it all up and installing the dependencies we can finally build the Tour of Champions web service application.
The dependencies are installed in the CHAMPIONS library and the copybooks of the dependencies are placed in the folder /home/mihael/champions_include. Now we can build the project with the following build command from the project root folder:
make INCDIR=/home/mihael/champions_include all > /dev/null
Note: Make sure that you are on the webservices branch: git checkout webservices
Starting Champions Web Service
We can start the web service with this command from a 5250 session:
SBMJOB CMD(CALL PGM(CHAMPIONS)) JOB(CHAMPIONS) JOBQ(QUSRNOMAX) CURLIB(CHAMPIONS) ALWMLTTHD(*YES)
And can test the web service with getting all the champions:
Note: Thread safe transactions (SQL Server Mode) has not been enabled by default. The
SQL server mode executes the transaction in an extra SQL server job. This SQL server job
adopts the current library of the user profile the “parent” job is running with. So we need to
set the current library of the user profile (not the job) to CHAMPIONS or add the CHAMPIONS
library to the library list the SQL server job gets by default (f. e. QUSRLIBL system value).
You can enable SQL Server Mode by uncommenting it in
src/web/champions.rpgmod . Don’t forget
to recompile the module and again bind all to a program object.