Measures the performance of an integration solution that handles an ISO 8583 message over TCPIP, communicating to a back-end application through the use of WebSphere MQ messages.  It can be used for passing POS and ATM data to back-end systems over WebSphere MQ queues without holding the thread.

Results per platform

Results for the ISO 8583 transformation use case can be found for each platform here:


Transform ISO 8583 to XML Message Flow

The message flow performs the following processing:

  • Reads in a message via TCPIP
  • Transforms the message from ISO 8583 which is described by a DFDL schema to XML
  • Writes the message to an MQ queue (for processing by another application)

ISO8583toXML


Transform XML to ISO 8583 Message Flow

The message flow performs the following processing:

  • Reads a WebSphere MQ message containing an XML payload.
  • Transforms the message from XML format to ISO 8583 which is described by a DFDL schema
  • Sends the message¬†via TCPIP

XMLtoISO8583

2 comments on"ISO 8583 Transformation"

  1. RobertoDuarte July 27, 2016

    Hi,
    I’m looking for samples to transform the messages from XML to ISO 8583 and ISO 8583 to XML using a Java Compute, do you know a place where I can find it?

    Thanks,

    Roberto

    • Hi Roberto,
      The samples used in the IBM Integration Bus V10 Performance Reports are available at http://ot4i.github.io/iib-v10-performance-artefacts/index.html. The ISO8583-XML transformations do use the Compute node (with ESQL), but might be a starting point for you to replace with a JavaCompute node. For a sample of using a JavaCompute node for transformation, you can see the tutorial in the Integration Toolkit “Transformation using Java in a message flow”.
      Regards,
      Ian

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