DisplayXMLInfo Method

Returns a string showing the structure of the parsed document as XML.


ANSI (Cross Platform)
char* DisplayXMLInfo();

Unicode (Windows)
LPWSTR DisplayXMLInfo();
- (NSString*)displayXMLInfo;

IPWORKSEDI_EXTERNAL int IPWORKSEDI_CALL IPWorksEDI_VDAReader_Do(void *lpObj, int methid, int cparam, void *param[], int cbparam[], int64 *lpllVal);


After the EDI document has been parsed this method may be called to obtain information about the document structure. The parsed data is represented as XML when queried. This shows all parsed data and may be useful for testing and debugging purposes. For instance:

Will output text like:
<IX tag="ISA" ISA01="00" ISA02="          " ISA03="00" ISA04="          " ISA05="ZZ" ISA06="ACME           " ISA07="ZZ" ISA08="WAYNE_TECH     " ISA09="160707" ISA10="1544" ISA11="U" ISA12="00401" ISA13="000000006" ISA14="0" ISA15="T" ISA16=">">
  <FG tag="GS" GS01="IN" GS02="ACME" GS03="WAYNE_TECH" GS04="20160707" GS05="1544" GS06="6" GS07="T" GS08="004010">
    <TX tag="ST" ST01="810" ST02="0001">
      <BIG tag="BIG" BIG01="20150708" BIG02="3003014445" BIG03="" BIG04="0476553272" BIG05="" BIG06="" BIG07="DR"/>
      <CUR tag="CUR" CUR01="SE" CUR02="USD"/>
      <REF tag="REF" REF01="8M" REF02="0056"/>
        <N1 tag="N1" N101="BY" N102="Company" N103="92" N104="544380"/>
        <N3 tag="N3" N301="Address"/>
        <N4 tag="N4" N401="City" N402="CA" N403="Postal Code"/>
        <N1 tag="N1" N101="ST" N102="Name" N103="92" N104="0607047800010"/>
        <N3 tag="N3" N301="Address"/>
        <N4 tag="N4" N401="City" N402="" N403="200131" N404="US"/>
        <N1 tag="N1" N101="RE" N102="Name" N103="92" N104="5095956"/>
        <N3 tag="N3" N301="Address"/>
        <N4 tag="N4" N401="City" N402="IL" N403="Postal Code"/>
        <IT1 tag="IT1" IT101="20" IT102="2500" IT103="EA" IT104="36.96" IT105="" IT106="BP" IT107="335S0594"/>
        <REF_3 tag="REF" REF01="KK" REF02="0099778154"/>
        <REF_3 tag="REF" REF01="PO" REF02="0476553272" REF03="20"/>
      <TDS tag="TDS" TDS01="9240000"/>
      <CTT tag="CTT" CTT01="1"/>

Error Handling (C++)

This method returns a String value; after it returns, call the GetLastErrorCode() method to obtain its result code; 0 indicates success, while a non-zero error code indicates that this method encountered an error during its execution. If an error occurs, the GetLastError() method can be called to retrieve the associated error message.

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IPWorks EDI 2020 C++ Edition - Version 20.0 [Build 8162]