The eiConsole’s MTOM Input Processor Parses an MTOM-Encoded (Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism) Message Into Text
The MTOM Input Processor allows you to parse an MTOM-encoded (Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism) message into text. As with all the components of the eiConsole, the user is presented with a graphical interface with easy to configure panels. The user selects the MTOM Input Processor from the drop-down menu of the Add Processor Panel.
Configuring the MTOM Input Processor requires first specifying a parameter handling method (XPath or Literal). The “XPath” and “Literal” configuration tabs are selected based on this parameter handling. Using the XPath-based method, the user supplies two XPath expressions to provide the external reference ID for attachments and the attachment filename. With the literal-based method, the user provides only a file folder and a path for the attachment.
MTOM Output Processor
The eiConsole’s MTOM Output Processor Converts a SOAP Request into an MTOM-Encoded (Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism) Message, Including Attachments
Similarly to the MTOM Input Processor, configuring the MTOM Output Processor requires first specifying a parameter source – which is either XPath or Literal-based. Both the XPath and Literal configuration tabs provide fields for naming attachments and identifying them.