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
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
In a recent customer survey, StrikeIron was mentioned as a leading business partner that RPG-XML Suite users utilize. StrikeIron offers many web services you can take advantage of to enrich and improve the quality of... Read More
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
Man alive, this web services stuff is confusing! Every time I turn around, I hear about a new acronymn that is supposed to somehow fit into the so-called next generation of communication. The number of... Read More
By Jim Utsler, IBM Systems Magazine: Big data has become an industry buzzword, but the interpretation of the term varies from organization to organization. To some, it may be as simple as receiving both structured... Read More
What our customers say…
RPG-XML Suite was an integral solution in our latest project with CT Logistics in Cleveland, Ohio - a third-party service provider of freight related post audit, pre-audit, business intelligence and transportation management consulting. Using the FreitRater® product allows us to pass rate requirements via XML to their web service, then parse the reply, retrieving rates, mileage, surcharges, etc., that have been auto-calculated from FreitRater®. Once all of our rate matrices are entered into FreitRater®, using the power of RPG-XML Suite makes processing web service data a breeze!
Lone Star Transportation
Thanks for your help and for the product. I’d still be writing my own parser if it wasn’t for your product.