hbcixml3 - Command line tool to work on data in a HBCI XML file.
hbcixml3 <command> [options]
The aqhbci-tool3(1) command can be used to inspect and work on data in
HBCI XML files. See section FILES for an example file used by
COMMAND may be one of these:
shows the variables used by a given Job (the job name must be given
lists all available jobs
analyze a log file. You can use this to anonymize the log file
before sending it as a bug report.
the HBCI description file to load (xml-file) repeat this option for
each file to load If this option is omitted the default XML files
the type of node inside the XML file use "job" to inspect jobs,
"seg" to inspect segments
HBCI version to use (defaults to 210) This effects which XML files
will be loaded upons startup (only if no -f option is given)
security mode to use with "show":
· DDV (chipcard mode with DDV cards)
· RDH (keyfile mode)
Special Options for show""
name of the job/segment you are interested in
shows even those variables which are automatically preset by the
message engine. -P - shows even those variables which are marked as
message/job/segment version to show (0 uses the first available)
Special Options for analyze""
the higher this level the more you trust the recipient of the
name of the file to analyze
name of anonymized output logfile
name of anonymized parsed logfile
name of SWIFT MT940/942 file to export
use given FILE as log file
use given TYPE as log type These are the valid types: stderr (log
to standard error channel) file (log to the file given by
--logfile) Default is stderr
set the loglevel Valid levels are: emergency, alert, critical,
error, warning, notice, info and debug Default is "warning".
The simplest usage of this program is:
hbcixml2 show -j JobDialogInit
This shows the properties used by the job "JobInit".
hbcixml2 show -t seg -j Balance
shows the response segment of a JobGetBalance.
This file is used by AqBanking to construct HBCI messages.
Probably lots, please post them to the mailing list (see Resources
below) when you find them.
On the AqBanking mailing lists you can give kudos to the developers
or get answered your questions.
Copyright (C) Martin Preuß. Free use of this software is granted under
the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).
The manpage was composed by Micha Lenk and converted by the nifty tool
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