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Simple FCC for Sender and Recevier

Hi All,

I just created one FCC(tab separated) to FCC(comma separated) scenario.

I have 3 records in the file,sender FCC creates XML with 3 records for mapping but receiver FCC creates only first element of each row in a single row

Source file:

Message Mapping: (I created mapping though Mapping is not required as both sender and receiver are same structure)

Sender FCC:

Receiver FCC:

Out put file:

Regards,

Mani

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  • Posted on May 21, 2015 at 09:01 AM

    Hi Manikandan,

    Things are not so simple as it seems, when you use the sender FCC, the channel will create something like this:

    DocumentName

    --RecordsetName

    ---RecordsetStructure

    -----RecordsetFields

    However, in the receiver FCC it could only support up to three levels

    e.g

    RecordsetName

    --RecordsetStructure

    ----RecordsetFields

    but since you are using a one-to-one mapping, it sees it at 4 levels (same as sender structure).

    See the prerequisites: Converting XML in the Receiver File/FTP Adapter to Text Format - Configuring the File/FTP Adapter in Integration Directo…

    ● The expected XML structure contains the structure as nodes filled with any number of elements without additional subnodes.

    If you can remove RecordsetName or just reduce the message type by one level, then your receiver fcc will work 😊

    Hope this helps,

    Mark

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