Combining Web Services and SQL Server Data Utilizing Business Objects Business View Manager - Part 1
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by Eric Landes
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To sum up what we went over in this article, we wanted to show how to combine two data sources for our reports.  We decided in this part of the article that our report will show sales data on our books.  This report should include information on where the book was "manufactured," even though that information is not in our main database.  To get that information we needed to utilize a Web Service.  This part of the article showed how to create a mock web service and how we might then implement a real web service.  We also had to modify our database to add a foreign key that will allow Business Views to join the 2 different data sources.  In Part 2 we will go in depth on how this is set up in Business Views.  Until then, Happy Coding!


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