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Error consistency check in recordset structure

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I am doing a Flat file to Proxy scenario with Multilevel records in file structure at sender side.

MessageType

Recordset

Root_1

Name-1

Name-2....

Root-2

Name-4

name-5...

Root-3

Name-7

Name-8...

I was done with all content conversion (attached snippets), but getting the below issue. can any one please identify the cause and tell me some inputs to resolve.

Error:- Conversation of content to xml failed at position 0: Java.lang.Exception: Error consistency check in recordset structure validation (line no. :2 missing structure(s) before type GRNT0)

Thanks in advance. :-)

Regards,

Dileep

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 10:23 AM

    As per my test file, there was a space after GRNT0 & GRNT1. So, i included that Space in the keyfield length.. It's working fine now..

    So the content conversion is like this..

    GRNT0.keyFieldValue = GRNT0 , keyfiledlength = 6

    GRNT0G.keyFieldValue = GRNT0G, keyfieldlength = 6

    GRNT1.keyFieldValue = GRNT1 , keyfiledlength = 6

    GRNT1R.keyFieldValue = GRNT1R, keyfieldlength = 6

    Thanks,

    Dileep

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  • Posted on Aug 03, 2016 at 11:24 AM

    Can you please provide the screenshot of FCC for GRNT0G

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  • Posted on Aug 03, 2016 at 09:51 AM

    Hello Dilip,

    Check the below discussion and try accordingly.

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