I'm working with someone who's trying to get BizTalk to run a program on the iSeries. The program is extremely simple as this is just the POC . It really doesn't look like it's firing anything off. When I run a communications trace, I see the connection come in on port 446 (not sure that's right) where is supplies the user ID and password and then.. that's it. I see the iSeries get the UID/PWD and then the next packet I see is the iSeries send an "ACK PSH" and then the iSeries sends a "FIN ACK PSH".. telling me, it's done with it.
The end goal, after POC, is to get it to run a program that will pull a bunch of policy data together, put it on a database that the BizTalk server will read to finally put it into an enterprise schema for whatever system is calling for the data.
Wondering if anyone has any experience with this and might have a good 'Hello World" example or link that I can use. I can only seem to find bits and pieces of this but not a good, basic example.
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