It would appear that the --json and --jv options have a bug where they output
in Ruby form and not JSON.
I put a bug in the issue tracker to note this:
The fix is probably simple, and I'll dig into it as soon as I am able.
With regard to a delimited file with a set of fields, I am currently in the
process of adding new features that might accomplish what you are after.
However, it has required refactoring of a great deal of the code and the
progress is a bit slow. I'll keep you apprised of the progress.
Chief Engineer, ARIN
From: arin-tech-discuss <arin-tech-discuss-boun...@arin.net> on behalf of
Martin Arlitt <martin.arl...@gmail.com>
Sent: Monday, February 12, 2018 9:40 AM
Subject: [arin-tech-discuss] How to extract specific information from RDAP
I would like to extract some specific information about IP address allocations
(e.g., startAddress, endAddress, handle, organization name, organization
contact, last update date) in a systematic way. If I use nicinfo manually, I
usually see the information I want. When I try to retrieve the same information
ifrom nicinfo's JSON format or via nicinfo's --jv options, I'm running into a
variety of problems. I expect I'm doing something wrong. If anyone could offer
any tips on how to a) determine the most common fields in RDAP records for IP
address range allocations (including the corresponding organization
information) and b) how to most efficiently produce a delimited file of
selected fields from a set of RDAP queries I would really appreciate it.
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