Thanks Andy. I look forward to trying your new features when they become available.
Thanks Martin On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 1:38 PM Andy Newton <a...@arin.net> wrote: > Matt, > > > I'm glad that 1.4.1 helps. > > > To answer your larger question, I don't think you are overlooking > anything. Perhaps the largest issue will come from jCard, which is the JSON > equivalent of vCard. The IETF specified its use in RDAP to solve some > internationalization problems, but with that flexibility comes some > complications. > > > I am looking at new features for NicInfo that I hope will help with the > problem you have described. I'll keep you informed as to that progress. > > > -andy > > > ------------------------------ > *From:* Martin Arlitt <martin.arl...@gmail.com> > *Sent:* Tuesday, February 13, 2018 9:24 AM > > *To:* Andy Newton > *Cc:* email@example.com > *Subject:* Re: [arin-tech-discuss] How to extract specific information > from RDAP > Hi Andy > > version 1.4.1 resolves the issues I was having with --json and --jv. > Thanks for fixing this so quickly. > > The issue for me now is identifying a common set of fields across registry > records that contain the information I want. The start and end IP addresses > seem common and easy to extract. However, registration dates and > organization information appear to me to be a bit more scattered in the > records, so I'm not sure how to consistently extract the same information > across records. Is this in fact the situation or am I overlooking > something? > > Thanks > Martin > > On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 7:10 PM Andy Newton <a...@arin.net> wrote: > >> Hi Martin, >> >> >> I have pushed 1.4.1 of the NicInfo gem which I believes fixes the --json >> and --jv features. >> >> Please let me know if you have any further issues or questions. >> >> Thanks for your input. >> >> -andy >> >> >> >> >> ------------------------------ >> *From:* Martin Arlitt <martin.arl...@gmail.com> >> *Sent:* Monday, February 12, 2018 5:58 PM >> *To:* Andy Newton >> *Cc:* firstname.lastname@example.org >> *Subject:* Re: [arin-tech-discuss] How to extract specific information >> from RDAP >> >> Hi Andy >> >> Thanks for the detailed reply. I look forward to hearing from you when >> you have an update on either topic. >> >> Thanks >> Martin >> >> On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 1:27 PM Andy Newton <a...@arin.net> wrote: >> >>> Hi Martin, >>> >>> >>> 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: >>> https://github.com/arineng/nicinfo/issues/32 >>> >>> 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. >>> >>> Thanks >>> Andy Newton, >>> 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 >>> *To:* email@example.com >>> *Subject:* [arin-tech-discuss] How to extract specific information from >>> RDAP >>> >>> Hi >>> >>> 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. >>> >>> Thanks >>> Martin >>> >>
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