EBMX-HTTP/s - Connection to Chrysler's
Electronic Business Message eXchange
E-Business Messaging eXchange
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol secure EDI Mailbox Program
developed software product by CTI Communications is a client side
application that allows Chrysler suppliers to obtain and deliver
EDI, XML and other proprietary document data formats over the internet
using SSL (Secure Socket Layer). SSL uses certificates (public/private
key encryption) to verify the identity of the person you are connected
to, and then encrypts document exchanges.
The EBMX HTTPs program from CTI
Communications has many special features including a Sweep New Files
capability so you can separate the new from the older files. There's
also a Command Line capability for sending files without using the
standard user interface. To send, invoke the program with the three
command line arguments ReceiverID FileType SendFileName. Also, the
program supports Proxy Servers - it does not, however, support spaces in
the receive file path (this is a Java issue).
The EBMX HTTPs program takes the work out
of establishing the communications link into Chrysler's worldwide tele-communications network. In all data files can be directed to/from
any directory/folder on your I.P. network.
You also have control as to downloading files...
After filling-in a few fields from the
Setup menu (User Id, Password, etc.) you can be immediately
connected into Chrysler's EBMX system...
After your initial testing is completed
with Chrysler and you're approved for production, you just
fill-in the Software Registration Form below and you can go into
If you ever get in trouble, there's a
built-in E-mail Request for Support link that puts you directly in touch
with the Technical Support Department.
Installation Instructions Overview
Installation is pretty simple. Simply execute the program CTI provided
for you. It is a self-extracting zip file that automatically launches
the installation program and places an Icon on your desktop when it's
finished with the install.
After the software is installed you can run the program, click on the
desktop Icon, click on Setup (see second screen shot below) and set the
ID - provided by Chrysler
Password - provided by Chrysler
Receive path - Where to put received files (see below)
Send Path - default directory for files to send to Chrysler
Proxy Host - leave blank unless you are using a proxy server
Proxy Port - leave blank unless you are using a proxy server.
URL Type - confirm it is set for "Production"
Activation key - the key CTI provides you.
How the software interprets the receive path depends on the trailing
character in the path. If it is a backslash ('\') the software assumes
that it points to a directory and uses the Chrysler-supplied filename.
For example, a receive path of C:\EBMX\InFile\ and a Chrysler-supplied
filename of "002212.dat" would result in a filename on your computer of
C:\EBMX\InFile\002212.dat. Obviously, the directory \EBMX\Infile must
If the receive file path doesn't include a trailing backslash, the
software puts a dot and a numeric extension on the end of the path you
supplied to produce a unique filename. For example, a receive path of
C:\EBMX\InFile\myData would produce a receive file name of C:\EBMX\InFile\MyData.000,
then C:\EBMX\InFile\MyData.001, etc.
Sending and Receiving your Files
Here's how to
start your software program from a either a
"command line" or a ".bat" file and have it send or receive automatically:
To send a file (i.e., a single file) ---
java -jar SEND ReceiverID FileType
To send more than one file in a session ---
java -jar SEND ReceiverID FileType
File1 [File2] [File3] [etc.]
To receive all files that have not been previously downloaded ---
java BMXhtpps.jar SWEEP