HP Exstream Developer

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Position: HP Exstream Developer

Location: Chicago, IL.

 

Responsibilities and Skills:

 

·         A
HP Exstream Developer (also known as an Exstream Dialogue Developer) primarily
uses the HP Exstream Design Manager product to build an HP Exstream Application
by Creating search keys on the application consisting of reused library keys.

·         Creating
variables and mapping them to data file

·         Work
consists of structured data files used as Driver files, with variables within
the Driver files use as keys within reference files.

·         Some
reference files are now being received as XML data files  Provide data
file properties to match the system and assign mapping datasets

·         Provide
variable properties to configure data type and output format

·         Use
copybook and/or layout data properties to map the data

·         Add
new pages/messages to new documents to the new application

·         Provides
overflow pages which meet overall document needs

·         Assist
Designer in frame and table creation

·         Provide
medium complexity triggering logic per requirements

·         Assigns
variables in such a way so shared objects and functions can be used

·         Package,
test and debug the application

·         In
the near future we will also need Dynamic Content Import of externally created
messages