Generating Stub/Skeleton in EAServer

Stubs and skeleton files allow communication between a client and a component in EAServer, regardless of the client and the server component types. For example, a Java or C++ client can be used to interact with a PowerBuilder NVO component in EAServer.

Stubs and skeletons for an Appeon Web application are the counterparts to EAServer Proxy objects and EAServer Component objects in an n-Tier PowerBuilder application. Both the n-Tier PowerBuilder application and the Appeon Web application call NVO components in an EAServer. The Proxy object allows the PowerBuilder client to access the NVO components on EAServer. Stubs allow the Appeon Web application to establish communication with the EAServer and access its NVO components on Appeon Server.

For detailed instructions, refer to the section called “How to deploy NVO to EAServer 6.1” in Workarounds & APIs Guide.