This IBM Integration Bus V10 Open Beta technology tutorial provides the code and instructions that demonstrate how you can transform data from one format to another by using the Graphical Data Mapping editor. In this particular scenario, the Graphical Data Mapping editor is used to transform messages between the DFDL modelling language and the JSON data format.

An IBM Integration Bus message map is used to transform data from an input file that contains vCard records into multiple JSON messages. The content of the data is also validated. Depending on the information included in each record, the corresponding JSON message produced might be a reject message or a valid message.

Whether you are an experienced IBM Integration Bus developer or just starting to use the product, you can use this tutorial to learn how to achieve the following tasks:

  • Learn about core IBM Integration Bus concepts
  • Install and configure IBM Integration Bus Toolkit
  • Load a DFDL model into IBM Integration Bus Toolkit
  • Dynamically model a JSON message by using the Add User-Defined function in the Graphical Data Mapping editor.
  • Define transforms between an input message and an output message.
  • Determine whether or not a transform is applied by using XPATH conditional expressions on a transform within a message map.
  • Validate input content and determine which type of output message to generate by using conditional expressions in a message map.
  • Deploy your code into the run time environment and test the sample

 

To access the tutorial directly, go to: IBM Integration Bus V10 Open Beta technology tutorial

Steps to download and get up and running with this tutorial from Github:

  1. Download the tutorial from GitHub: DFDL-JSON-GDM-tutorial : select Download ZIP to get the tutorial files
  2. Run Index.html and then follow the steps.
  3. Keep tuned for future updates on this tutorial!


1 comment on"Step by step guide to using IBM Integration Bus v10 Open Beta and graphical data mapping"

  1. Thanks for the list. I can’t wait to go through all new features in IIB 10.0.

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