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The EDI 999 Generation Processor creates an EDI 999 XML document for the current EDI XML transaction and SNIP validation results.

Select EDI 999 Generation Processor

Processor (Adapter) Configuration Drop-Down List

Select the EDI 999 Generation tab and click on Add Processor.

Add EDI 999 Generation Processor

Click on Add Processor

Basic EDI 999 Generation Processor Configuration Options

On the Basic tab, you can set:

EDI 999 Generation Processor Basic Options

EDI 999 Generation Processor Basic Configuration Options

Conditional Execution EDI 999 Generation Processor Configuration Options

On the Conditional Execution tab, you can set additional Processor execution conditions. The transaction data-dependent condition may be specified here as an enhanced expression. If this expression returns anything other than TRUE (ignore case) – this processor will be skipped. No additional configuration for this Processor is required.

Conditional Execution Option for EDI 999 Generation Processor

EDI 999 Generation Processor Conditional Execution Configuration Options

Connection EDI 999 Generation Processor Configuration Options

The Connection tab allows you to specify the JDBC connection to the database. The User Name is the user name that you would typically use to connect to the database. The Password is the password for the user. Type is the type of connection that you will be connecting to. In a J2EE environment, you can use a Data Source. As a result, you will specify the name as it appears in the application container. In most other cases you will create a JDBC Connection, which will allow you to specify the JDBC Driver name and JDBC URL.

EDI 999 Generation Processor Connection Configuration Options

EDI 999 Generation Processor Connection Configuration Options

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