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Hello Dirk

In the attached file, please find:

* Article written by Scott Klement on using CGIDEV2 to generate XMLs
* the program gemx201 that uses XML-INTO to get information from the
XML-file opentrans_muster_ORDRSP
* the file xmlsax containing the subprocedure parseOrderXml, that is
used to parse the xml-file order.xml.

If you need further information, don't hesitate to contact me.

Best regards


Am 18.07.2013 12:11, schrieb Dirk.Marien@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:
Jan Grove,

some examples would be greatly appreciated !!!


Dirk Mariën

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From: Jan Grove Vejlstrup <jgv@xxxxxxxx>
To: rpg400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx,
Date: 18/07/2013 09:01
Subject: Re: IBM XML toolkit example
Sent by: rpg400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx

Hello Dirk

The IBM XML Toolkit is rather complex.

To create a XML I use CGIDEV2 (www.easy400.net).

To read a XML I use the RPG-statements XML-INTO or XML-SAX.

Sample porgrams can be found on the internet. If you don't succeed, I
can give you sample programs.

Good luck.

Best regards


Am 18.07.2013 07:53, schrieb Dirk.Marien@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:

I'm looking for simple example programs (RPG) that use the IBM XML
toolkit. The only functionality needed is :

* Create an XML based on two files (header and detail) and put it on the
* Read an XML from the IFS and put the data in files (header and detail)

Can anyone help me with this (I've never used the IBM XML Toolkit)?

Kind regards,

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