Introduction

The cryptic message allows the client application to send GDS cryptic (agent, host) entries in a normalized shell XML. The response is the screen display of the message in a normalized XML set of tags.


The syntax of the host commands are GDS specific. No normalization or transformation is done by XX/1.

Schema & Definition

Find per request and response message:

  • visual and textual representations of the XML schemas, which are easier readable
  • minimum and a maximum elements example to start from to create example messages
  • the pure XML schema file (.xsd)
  • CrypticRQ.htmVisual representation of the schema.
  • CrypticRQ t.htmTextual description of the content for the request and the response XML elements and attributes.
  • CrypticRQ 2.xmlExample XML with all (mandatory and optional) elements. Additionally all elements that can occur more than once are shown repeated twice.
  • CrypticRQ.xsdXML Schema file (.xsd)
  • CrypticRS.htmVisual representation of the schema.
  • CrypticRS t.htmTextual description of the content for the request and the response XML elements and attributes.
  • CrypticRS 2.xmlExample XML with all (mandatory and optional) elements. Additionally all elements that can occur more than once are shown repeated twice.
  • CrypticRS.xsdXML Schema file (.xsd)