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Hello..

I have scenario File- File..

While i'm transfering a file from FTP to FTP..i'm getting the follwing error "09:10:26 Start of test

Cannot produce target element /ns:fileoutput_mt/record/row. Check xml instance is valid for source xsd and target-field mapping fulfills requirements of target xsd

09:10:26 End of test"

Please let me know what might be the error..

thanks..

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2005 at 02:25 PM

    Hi Padma,

    check this weblog:

    /people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2005/09/16/xi-how-to-test-your-mapping-in-real-life-scenarios

    this is probably because of your mapping program

    Regards,

    michal

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      Padma, are you using file conversion? If you are using file conversion? If you are using file conversion, ensure that you are using the Message type as your document name..

      That should fix it..

      Download the payload from SXMB_MONI and change the fileinput to FIleInput_mt and test your mapping.. it should work..

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2005 at 02:19 PM

    Hi, padma.

    First of all, just forget the expression of the message "xsd blah, blah". This is just XI-only-knows message 😊

    > Cannot produce target

    > element /ns:fileoutput_mt/record/row

    Usually, this kinds of error happens because that your input record is incorrect w.r.t the structure(not value!).

    i recommend you create first very simple input file which can be generated from Integration Repository's mapping test tool.

    Good luck.

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