Adding a vertical tab to ADTs

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    Shaun Beckman
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    We are implementing a new ADT feed, and the receiving system needs each ADT to start with a vertical tab <0xb>.  Can someone explain to me how to add the vertical tab to the beginning of each ADT message?

    We are currently on v. 5.5 Rev 1 running on a Linux platform.

    Thanks in advance for any assistance.

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    • #66296
      Tom Rioux
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      If you are using the mlp_tcl.pdl then each message is already have a start character of a vertical tab .   How do you have your pdl tcp/ip protocol set up?

      Tom Rioux

    • #66297
      Shaun Beckman
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      Tom,

      I thought the same thing, but when I ran a few messages through a hex editor the was not present.

      I’m not sure what specifis you are looking for, but I have it set up as:

      PROTOCOL:pdl-tcpip

      PDL: mlp_tcp.pdl

      Configured as a client with the host and port number

      Auto-Reconnect is checked with a Reopen time of 5

      Please let me know if there is other information you need.

    • #66298
      Tom Rioux
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      If you are running an outbound SMAT file through a hex editor or perform a hex dump (hcihd) on the file, then I believe all you will see is the 0d between the segments.  The encapsulation with the vertical tab won’t happen until the message is actually sent. (someone please correct me if I’m wrong).

      You may want to have your network people put a trace route on to see exactly what it is you are sending out of that port.  I believe they should be able to see if the vertical tab is coming out.

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      Thomas Rioux wrote:

      If you are running an outbound SMAT file through a hex editor or perform a hex dump (hcihd) on the file, then I believe all you will see is the 0d between the segments.

      -- Max Drown (Infor)

    • #66300
      Shaun Beckman
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      That’s exactly what I was doing. Thanks for your help.

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