Technical benefits of RPG-XML Suite

New! Compiled Templates for RPG-XML Suite

Change (or in this case, updates) can be so, so good! Beginning with v3.0 of RPG-XML Suite, Krengeltech has introduced a new and improved method of composing XML via a template. We like to call... Read More

Parsing JSON with RPG-XML Suite 3.3

With the release of RPG-XML Suite version 3.3, Krengel Technology is bringing JSON to the IBM i. JSON is becoming increasingly popular in web service communication, and we are eager to help our customers take... Read More

Composing JSON with RPG-XML Suite 3.3

With the release of RPG-XML Suite version 3.3, Krengel Technology is bringing JSON to the IBM i. Take advantage of our extensive toolkit to easily build your web service communication solution, all in native RPG.... Read More

Now in RPG-XML Suite 3.3 – JSON support!

We’re constantly working to roll out new products and features and we’ve got big news for RPG-XML Suite 3.3 – it includes JSON support! With our new APIs, you can compose, transmit, and parse JSON... Read More

Handling XML Reserved Characters

One of the more common support questions we receive from RPG-XML Suite users is: How can I use XML reserved characters in my XML request or response? The following XML produces parsing errors: <CompanyName>Smith &... Read More

Processing Unicode Natively with RPG-XML Suite

One of the design goals for our newest version of RPG-XML Suite was to allow for smoother handling of character sets, also referred to as CCSID’s.  We’ve seen that many developers are communicating with systems... Read More

Understanding cXML

Occasionally we receive questions asking whether RPG-XML Suite handles cXML. While the answer is “Yes!”, this post is intended to provide some background information about just what cXML consists of, and how it compares and... Read More