Transformation Nodes In IIB (IBM Integration Bus)
What are transformation nodes in IIB?
For data processing, enhancement, and transformation, transformation nodes are utilised. To accomplish these duties, IBM App Connect Enterprise provides a number of transformation nodes.
Types of IBM Integration Bus in Transformation Nodes.
- NetCompute Node
- XSLTTransform Node
- Java Compute Node
- Compute Node
- Mapping Node
In IBM Integration Bus, Transformation Nodes are used in a variety of ways.
.NetCompute Node in IIB:
- We can construct messages using this node.Transform the messages into a new format.
- We have the ability to communicate with Microsoft.Applications that use the Net Framework or the Component Object Model.
- Microsoft Visual Studio must be installed on our machine in order to use this node.
- We may test the input message using the.Net programming language.
XSLTTransform Node in IIB:
- Using the XSLT style sheet to change the input XML message into another form, we can set the message domain, message format, and other factors.
- The style sheet will employ some of the criteria that we have created, allowing us to sort or transform data from one format to another.
Java Compute Node in IIB:
- This node will test the incoming message before propagating it to the out terminals, based on the incoming message.
- Instead of using ESQL code, this node will send messages to our terminals using Java code.
- This node will also use a type 4 connection to interact with a JDBC to modify the content of a message or database and pass one or more new messages.
Compute Node in IIB:
- This node is used to alter messages that are both preset and self-defined.
- This node can be used with ESQL coding.
- By inserting, selecting, and updating tables, we may interact with the database and make changes to the tables.
- It also has the ability to convert messages from one format to another.
- This node can also be used to call Java methods.
Mapping Node in IIB:
- This node is used to graphically alter the messages.
- We can use database data to enrich a message.
- We may design a message map using a graphical data mapping editor that contains the data transforms that describe the actions to do against the messages.