Where Does The Xml Reponse Go? S’abonner

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Hi.  I've been using BTXML via Commander with a TCP trigger and it's working great.  However, I am trying to figure out where the XML response is going.  When processing an XML file through Commander, nothing is sent back through the TCP port, as one might wish.

 

Also, when I process a BTXML file via the "Run BTXML Script.,," option in Bartender, I also see no way to view the response.  Where should the response be going in these two cases?  I'm explicityly specifying <Print ReturnSummary="true"> even though it's supposed to be on by default.

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What is the XML response task set to in Commander?  Are you specifying the port or just telling it to use the existing one?  Also, you may want to make sure that the 'terminate the connection when done' box is checked so that the connection is closed after the response is sent.

 

And make sure you have 'BTXML Script Command Response' set as the source so it doesn't just send the trigger back across the connection.

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Not seeing anything about any of those options in my copy of commander (10.0 SR4)...   

 

I have a TCP/IP Trigger with a command type BTXML Script.    

 

Where should I be looking?

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I have searched the UI and the help and find nothing about "XML response task" or "terminate the connection when done" or "BTXML Script Command Response".  Please clue me in ...

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Gene Henson
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Does this screenshot help?

 

[attachment=563:XMLResponseSetup.png]

 

You'll need to setup another command after the BTXML script command which will handle sending the BTXML Response back through the socket.

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Indeed it does... light dawns on Marblehead.  Thanks.

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