Using DataDirect XML Converters™
This free online video demonstration covers using DataDirect XML Converters™ to access an Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) data format, and then, using the Java Code Generator, how-to generate the Java code to set-up, run, and deploy the XQuery to a Linux environment.
Using DataDirect XML Converters™ Covers the Following Topics:
- How to use DataDirect XML Converters™ and the code generated by Stylus Studio's Java Code Generator to deploy your application
- Using DataDirect XML Converters™ to stream EDI data into XML for subsequent processing by an XQuery expression
- Opening an EDI data file in Stylus Studio using a built-in EDI to XML converter
- Loading the EDI data file in Stylus Studio's XQuery Mapper
- Loading the desired target XML Schema for which we would like the converted EDI data to conform to
- Inspecting and Editing the XQuery code generated by visually mapping the EDI source data to an XML data structure using Stylus Studio's XQuery Mapper
- Testing and previewing the results of an XQuery-based EDI to XML mapping
- Specifying XQuery processing settings including using the Saxon XQuery processor and using the built-in URI resolver to resolve Stylus Studio Adapter URL's.
- Generating the Java code to run an XQuery expression; customizing the appearance of the generated Java code, compiling and running the Java application using the integrated Stylus Studio Java IDE
- Browsing the Java application code which un-locks and uses the DataDirect XML Converters™
- Setting the Java classpath and deploying the Java application code to a Linux environment
- Running the XQuery application on the Linux deployment environment