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ISO8583 [Connector + Inbound] Development

Kanapriya
Hi all,
I have implemented ISO8583 Inbound and connector. Basically ISO8583 is a standard message format used in financial transactions through ATM switches.

So the current development based on the usecase [1] .

The ISO8583 inbound endpoint allows you to consume the ISO8583 standard message which is sent by simple java client, and then convert it into xml format by using the message builder to access the ISO8583 messages through WSO2 ESB.

ISO8583 connector allows you to send the ISO8583 standard messages through WSO2 ESB to the simple java Test server.
Following is the sample xml message structure , which is send by using the Rest-client  and then connector will identify the ISO8583 fields , and packed the message according to the ISO8583 Standard and send it to the Test server.

<ISOMessage>
      <data>
        <field id="0">0200</field>
        <field id="3">568893</field>
        <field id="4">000000020000</field>
        <field id="7">0110563280</field>
        <field id="11">456893</field>
        <field id="44">DFGHT</field>
        <field id="105">ABCDEFGHIJ 9871236548</field>
      </data>
</ISOMessage>


[1] https://docs.google.com/a/wso2.com/document/d/1-UOBcVyTMHtftcvkF__sVCJkBfa2UjUgHY-s_8UwaSQ/edit?usp=sharing

Any suggestions and ideas regarding on this approach is highly welcome.
 
Kanapriya Kuleswararajan
Associate Software Engineer
Mobile : - 0774894438
Mail : - [hidden email]

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Re: ISO8583 [Connector + Inbound] Development

Chanaka Fernando
Hi Kanapriya,

Is it possible to simply passthrough the ISO8583 message from the ESB without really converting (building) the message to XML format? If we have a ISO8583 client and server and ESB in the middle, can we do this message passthrough without building the message at ESB level? If we could do this, we can get better performance. 

WDYT?

Thanks,
Chanaka

On Wed, Dec 23, 2015 at 7:18 AM, Kanapriya Kuleswararajan <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,
I have implemented ISO8583 Inbound and connector. Basically ISO8583 is a standard message format used in financial transactions through ATM switches.

So the current development based on the usecase [1] .

The ISO8583 inbound endpoint allows you to consume the ISO8583 standard message which is sent by simple java client, and then convert it into xml format by using the message builder to access the ISO8583 messages through WSO2 ESB.

ISO8583 connector allows you to send the ISO8583 standard messages through WSO2 ESB to the simple java Test server.
Following is the sample xml message structure , which is send by using the Rest-client  and then connector will identify the ISO8583 fields , and packed the message according to the ISO8583 Standard and send it to the Test server.

<ISOMessage>
      <data>
        <field id="0">0200</field>
        <field id="3">568893</field>
        <field id="4">000000020000</field>
        <field id="7">0110563280</field>
        <field id="11">456893</field>
        <field id="44">DFGHT</field>
        <field id="105">ABCDEFGHIJ 9871236548</field>
      </data>
</ISOMessage>


[1] https://docs.google.com/a/wso2.com/document/d/1-UOBcVyTMHtftcvkF__sVCJkBfa2UjUgHY-s_8UwaSQ/edit?usp=sharing

Any suggestions and ideas regarding on this approach is highly welcome.
 
Kanapriya Kuleswararajan
Associate Software Engineer
Mobile : - <a href="tel:0774894438" value="+94774894438" target="_blank">0774894438
Mail : - [hidden email]



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Thank you and Best Regards,
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Senior Technical Lead
WSO2, Inc.; http://wso2.com
lean.enterprise.middleware

mobile: +94 773337238
Blog : http://soatutorials.blogspot.com
LinkedIn:http://www.linkedin.com/pub/chanaka-fernando/19/a20/5b0
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Re: ISO8583 [Connector + Inbound] Development

Kanapriya
Hi Chanaka ,

AFAIK ,Standard ISO8583 Messages in string type , so we can simply passthrough the String of ISO8583 messages from the ESB without converting it to xml . But need to validate the String whether it is in ISO8583 Standard or not.
To validate the string , however we need to unpack the string and identify the fields , and then again pack the fields to send the String type of ISO8583 messages.


WDYT?

Kanapriya Kuleswararajan
Associate Software Engineer
Mobile : - 0774894438
Mail : - [hidden email]

On Wed, Dec 23, 2015 at 1:01 PM, Chanaka Fernando <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Kanapriya,

Is it possible to simply passthrough the ISO8583 message from the ESB without really converting (building) the message to XML format? If we have a ISO8583 client and server and ESB in the middle, can we do this message passthrough without building the message at ESB level? If we could do this, we can get better performance. 

WDYT?

Thanks,
Chanaka

On Wed, Dec 23, 2015 at 7:18 AM, Kanapriya Kuleswararajan <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,
I have implemented ISO8583 Inbound and connector. Basically ISO8583 is a standard message format used in financial transactions through ATM switches.

So the current development based on the usecase [1] .

The ISO8583 inbound endpoint allows you to consume the ISO8583 standard message which is sent by simple java client, and then convert it into xml format by using the message builder to access the ISO8583 messages through WSO2 ESB.

ISO8583 connector allows you to send the ISO8583 standard messages through WSO2 ESB to the simple java Test server.
Following is the sample xml message structure , which is send by using the Rest-client  and then connector will identify the ISO8583 fields , and packed the message according to the ISO8583 Standard and send it to the Test server.

<ISOMessage>
      <data>
        <field id="0">0200</field>
        <field id="3">568893</field>
        <field id="4">000000020000</field>
        <field id="7">0110563280</field>
        <field id="11">456893</field>
        <field id="44">DFGHT</field>
        <field id="105">ABCDEFGHIJ 9871236548</field>
      </data>
</ISOMessage>


[1] https://docs.google.com/a/wso2.com/document/d/1-UOBcVyTMHtftcvkF__sVCJkBfa2UjUgHY-s_8UwaSQ/edit?usp=sharing

Any suggestions and ideas regarding on this approach is highly welcome.
 
Kanapriya Kuleswararajan
Associate Software Engineer
Mobile : - <a href="tel:0774894438" value="+94774894438" target="_blank">0774894438
Mail : - [hidden email]



--
Thank you and Best Regards,
Chanaka Fernando
Senior Technical Lead
WSO2, Inc.; http://wso2.com
lean.enterprise.middleware

mobile: <a href="tel:%2B94%20773337238" value="+94773337238" target="_blank">+94 773337238
Blog : http://soatutorials.blogspot.com
LinkedIn:http://www.linkedin.com/pub/chanaka-fernando/19/a20/5b0
Twitter:https://twitter.com/chanakaudaya






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