IA0F comprises a set of tools to help with the creation of message sets for use with the inbuilt IDoc parser of WebSphere Message Broker 6.0
The IDoc parser, formerly available only in SupportPac IA0F, is now integrated into WebSphere Message Broker Version 6.0. The IDoc parser is no longer included with this SupportPac, but a set of tools has been provided to help you create message sets for use with the parser.
Use this SupportPac:
• To create a message set from a C header file containing IDoc segment definitions exported from SAP.
• To convert a “flat IDoc” into an R/3 link format IDoc.
SKILL LEVEL REQUIRED
You should be familiar with the WebSphere Message Broker IDoc parser, and the technique for creating a message set from C header files.
NEW IN THIS RELEASE
SupportPac IA0F Version 2.2 has been updated to provide support for WebSphere Message Broker Version 6.1.
Author: Lee A Hollingdale, Roy Saxton, IBM Software Group, Hursley
Last Updated: 22Jan08
Current SupportPac Version: 2.2
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This SupportPac requires WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit Version 6.0
The zip file (ia0f.zip) should be unzipped into a temporary directory. The following files and directory will be created:
IDocUtils.jar – the packaged utilities
IDocConverter.bat – a batch file to invoke IDocConverter
IDocHeaderTweak.bat – a batch file to invoke IDocHeaderTweak
IDocMsgSetTweak.bat – a batch file to invoke IDocMsgSet
IDocOptions610.xml - options file for use with Message Broker 6.1 mqsicreatemsgdefs command
ia0f.pdf – the SupportPac User Guide
license (directory) – containing the license files
The batch files are command line utilities, and you have a choice of moving these to a directory that is included in the PATH of your local environment, or moving them to another directory which will be the location from where you execute them.
You may either add the IDocUtils.jar file to the CLASSPATH of your local environment, or move it to the same directory as the batch files.
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