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  1. Harinatha Kasireddy April 12, 2019

    Hi All, I have requirement that the xml input will come as attachment (document) to IIB application and that input need to read in ESQL(compute) and then convert it as XML which I can use for mapping. Can this be done? If yes, please suggest me how I can do it. thanks in advance.

    • BenThompsonIBM August 20, 2019

      Hi Harinatha,

      Yes, IIB has rich parsing and transformation options for this kind of thing. From your short description it’s difficult to describe a specific solution as it’s not clear from your question which transport protocol the input xml is arriving on … perhaps a FileInput node would help if it is being written to file. Or, if delivered as an attachment using MIME, then this page (and its associated links) may be helpful:

      For general assistance with parsing and transformation using ESQL with some examples it’s also worth checking out our tutorials (from inside toolkit, go to Help > Tutorials Gallery).


  2. Hello. Is it possible to downlaod the TCP IP Test View plugin for the IIB V10 Toolkit as a separate item (instead of using it as part of the ISO8583 sample)?

  3. Hi Team,
    We have seen that image built in Ubuntu has lot of vulnerabilities . Would it be possible to get an image produced from Redhat ?

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