Which xml file (with its path in the sensor) contains the most updated signature information? I am trying to setup a script that automatically parse the file when it changes due to a signature update. Thanks.
I plan to parse the file (after scp-ing it to other system) to keep the signature data in our reporting database updated. If you think that this might cause problem in the future, could you recommend other options that I can use to accomplish this? Thanks
You could write your own RDEP client to request a copy of the same file.
The RDEP client would be an HTTPS client capable of connecting to the sensor over an SSL/TLS connection and sending URL requests.
Most scripting programs like TCL or Perl have libraries to help in initiating the connection.
You would need to contact the TAC and ask for a copy of the RDEP spec (it is on CCO, but I don't remember the location).
You would also need to then ask the TAC for the Control Transaction to request the virtualSensor.xml from the sensor. This Control Transaction is in the IDIOM specification which is not on CCO, but which the TAC may be able to get from the developers.
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