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 For more information regarding the RTW Toolkit, please contact Vistasource at rtwsales@vistasource.com. For more information regarding the RTW Toolkit, please contact Vistasource at rtwsales@vistasource.com.
  
-RTW can also integrate directly with custom COM-aware applications written in Visual Basic, C++, Java, etc. For more information about the RTW COM Interface, see the [[com_interface_guide|Vistasource RTW COM Interface Guide]]+RTW can also integrate directly with custom COM-aware applications written in Visual Basic, C++, Java, etc. For more information about the RTW COM Interface, see the [[com_interface_guide|Vistasource RTW COM Interface Guide]].
  
 For news and information about Vistasource Inc. and its line of products, visit our website at [[http://​www.vistasource.com]] You can also subscribe to our newsletter from this site.  For news and information about Vistasource Inc. and its line of products, visit our website at [[http://​www.vistasource.com]] You can also subscribe to our newsletter from this site. 
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 directory. directory.
  
-=== To uninstall using the Windows Add/Remove Programs Utility ===+==== To uninstall using the Windows Add/Remove Programs Utility ​====
  
-==To uninstall RTW and the RTW engine(s): ==+===To uninstall RTW and the RTW engine(s): ​===
  
   - Select **Start -> Control Panel** from the Windows taskbar. ​   - Select **Start -> Control Panel** from the Windows taskbar. ​
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   - Click **Yes**. ​   - Click **Yes**. ​
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-=== To uninstall using the RTW Install Wizard ===+==== To uninstall using the RTW Install Wizard ​====
  
-== To uninstall RTW and the RTW engine(s): ==+=== To uninstall RTW and the RTW engine(s): ​===
  
   - Select **Start -> Run** from the Windows taskbar. ​   - Select **Start -> Run** from the Windows taskbar. ​
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 To manually edit the RTW RMDS (SFC) engine configuration options in the rtconfig file, see [[#Manually Editing the rtconfig File]]. To manually edit the RTW RMDS (SFC) engine configuration options in the rtconfig file, see [[#Manually Editing the rtconfig File]].
  
-<​note>​To edit the generic RTW configuration options as well as some general engine settings, see [[#Generic Tab - RTW Rtconfig Editor]]. </​note>​+<​note>​To edit the generic RTW configuration options as well as some general engine settings, see [[#Generic Tab - Rtconfig Editor]]. </​note>​
  
 <note warning>​We strongly recommend that only system administrators or experienced users make changes to the configuration options.</​note>​ <note warning>​We strongly recommend that only system administrators or experienced users make changes to the configuration options.</​note>​
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 Refers to the rtconfig file option "​rmds_logger",​ which turns on the SFC API logging mechanism. Select this option if you want the API to log according to the logging settings in the sfcapi.conf file. By default, this option is turned off. Refers to the rtconfig file option "​rmds_logger",​ which turns on the SFC API logging mechanism. Select this option if you want the API to log according to the logging settings in the sfcapi.conf file. By default, this option is turned off.
-For more information on the SFC API logging, see [[#SFC Configuration]]" ​below. ​+For more information on the SFC API logging, see [[#SFC Configuration]] below. ​
  
  
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 The fields in this panel refer to the section in the rtconfig file used to set up multiple connections (rmds_transport settings). ​ The fields in this panel refer to the section in the rtconfig file used to set up multiple connections (rmds_transport settings). ​
  
-For instance, when working in an infrastructure that supports both RMDS SSL and TIB, two connections have to be created, one for each implementation. The creation order is irrelevant. See also the example [[#Simple RMDS (SFC) installation ​for both TIB and SSL]] under [[#SFC Setup Examples]] later in this chapter. ​+For instance, when working in an infrastructure that supports both RMDS SSL and TIB, two connections have to be created, one for each implementation. The creation order is irrelevant. See also the example [[#Simple RMDS (SFC) Installation ​for both SSL and TIB ]] under [[#SFC Setup Examples]] later in this chapter. ​
  
 To create an SSL connection, in the **Connections** panel: To create an SSL connection, in the **Connections** panel:
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 ==== Simple RMDS (SFC) Installation for both SSL and TIB ==== ==== Simple RMDS (SFC) Installation for both SSL and TIB ====
  
- +{{ :​rtw_4.3:​rtconfig_sfc_43a.jpg?​direct&​ ||}} 
 To use both SSL and TIB implementations,​ two connections need to be set up. This can be accomplished in two ways:  To use both SSL and TIB implementations,​ two connections need to be set up. This can be accomplished in two ways: 
  
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 ==== Generic Tab - Rtconfig Editor ==== ==== Generic Tab - Rtconfig Editor ====
    
-The **Generic** tab refers to the sections"​[Generic RT Engine Settings"​ and "RTW Settings"​ in the rtconfig file. +The **Generic** tab refers to the sections"​Generic RT Engine Settings"​ and "RTW Settings"​ in the rtconfig file. 
  
 After setting the configuration options, click **Save to File** to save your settings in the rtconfig file. To close the dialog box without making any changes, click **Close**. If you made changes and click **Close** without first saving to file, a caution window opens to prevent an unintentional discarding of unsaved changes. ​ After setting the configuration options, click **Save to File** to save your settings in the rtconfig file. To close the dialog box without making any changes, click **Close**. If you made changes and click **Close** without first saving to file, a caution window opens to prevent an unintentional discarding of unsaved changes. ​
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 |**Service/​Record Type** | Select the service/​record type, e.g. IDN.| |**Service/​Record Type** | Select the service/​record type, e.g. IDN.|
 |**Record** | Enter the record name. Clicking on the control on the right displays a history list with your previous choices. The list is stored in a file called [Engine name]_history.txt,​ located in the user’s Application Data directory, //​%USERPROFILE%\Application Data\Vistasource\RTW//,​ (or //C:\// if the application directory does not exist).| |**Record** | Enter the record name. Clicking on the control on the right displays a history list with your previous choices. The list is stored in a file called [Engine name]_history.txt,​ located in the user’s Application Data directory, //​%USERPROFILE%\Application Data\Vistasource\RTW//,​ (or //C:\// if the application directory does not exist).|
-|Fields to Retrieve | Enter the names of the fields you want to subscribe to, then press RETURN or click the Add Field button after each field name to add the field to the list box.|+|**Fields to Retrieve** | Enter the names of the fields you want to subscribe to, then press RETURN or click the Add Field button after each field name to add the field to the list box.|
 |**Remove Selected Field** | To remove fields, select a field and then click on the option button.| |**Remove Selected Field** | To remove fields, select a field and then click on the option button.|
 |**Up and Down Arrows** | To rearrange the order of the fields, click on the field name and move it with the arrows.| |**Up and Down Arrows** | To rearrange the order of the fields, click on the field name and move it with the arrows.|
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 |**FUNCTION**|RTINSERT| |**FUNCTION**|RTINSERT|
 |**ARGUMENTS**|Value(s),​ engine, service, record, field1, field2, … fieldN| |**ARGUMENTS**|Value(s),​ engine, service, record, field1, field2, … fieldN|
-|**EXAMPLE**|<​code>​=RTINSERT(C15,"​vsRMDS","​DTS",​ "​MYREC",​ "​BID"​)</​code>​| +|**EXAMPLE**|<​code>​=RTINSERT(C15,"​vsRMDS","​DTS",​ "​MYREC",​ "​BID"​)</​code>​| 
-|**DESCRIPTION**|Publish data using the specified engine|+|**DESCRIPTION**|Publish data usig the specified engine|
 |**NOTES**|The maximum number of fields is 51 (23 for Excel versions prior to 2007).| |**NOTES**|The maximum number of fields is 51 (23 for Excel versions prior to 2007).|
  
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 |**FUNCTION**|RTINSERT_SFC| |**FUNCTION**|RTINSERT_SFC|
 |**ARGUMENTS**|Value(s),​ service, record, field1, field2, … fieldN| |**ARGUMENTS**|Value(s),​ service, record, field1, field2, … fieldN|
-|**EXAMPLE**|<​code>​=RTINSERT_SFC("C15", "​DTS",​ "​MYREC",​ "​BID"​)</​code>​|+|**EXAMPLE**|<​code>​=RTINSERT_SFC(C15,​ "​DTS",​ "​MYREC",​ "​BID"​)</​code>​|
 |**DESCRIPTION**|Publish data using the RTW RMDS (SFC) engine| |**DESCRIPTION**|Publish data using the RTW RMDS (SFC) engine|
 |**NOTES**|The maximum number of fields is 51 (23 for Excel versions prior to 2007).| |**NOTES**|The maximum number of fields is 51 (23 for Excel versions prior to 2007).|