Been a bit busy… so I figured I’d give everyone a taste of the somewhat promised cXML eCommerce toy I’m working on. So here are a few screen shots. As you can see – it’s designed to load cXML or XML and perform validations. It also allows the tester to actually POST the cXML PunchOut and OrderRequests directly to the server. This retrieves complete header information. The tester can auto-generate OCI HTML web forms that can be sent to customers for their own testing.
You can also verify Authentication Tokens, Session IDs, and perform HostName / IP Address checks.
The cXML validation allows the user to validate against any of a number of DTD files, from cXML to those used by OSN or even 3rd party or local files. Anyway… that’s what has been keeping me from Posting. In the next week or so – I’ll get some code up and discuss how eCommerce procurement systems work a little more directly.
Until then… you’re just going to have use these shots and wonder. (And for the record … yes I have removed any sensitive info from these screen shots. The cXML displayed is a generic OrderRequest form.