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File scenario

Can anybody suggest a solution for following:

1) This is a FILE-XI-FILE scenario.

2) I need to create one new file everyday that gets appended every 15 minutes as per design.

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  • Posted on Aug 28, 2006 at 07:29 PM


    Method 1: Using BPM you can keep collecting the files and accumulate it and then save it.

    Method 2: You need to have 2 scenario

    Let assume you wanted to fetch the file from folder "Source" and place it in folder "Target"

    Scenario 1 : Fetch the every 15 min and append it in with a file in the "temp" folder

    Scenario 2 : Will keep polling a dummy file in Test mode. In the Receiver adapter call using OS commands call a batch file.

    In Batch file

    1. Rename the file in the "temp" folder say from temp.txt to temp_1.txt

    2. Create a empty file with the same name temp.txt

    3. Copy the temp_1.txt to the "Target" folder

    Configure this scenario in such a way that this is executing once a day.

    Note : In case if you have XML files then go with Method 1.



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  • Posted on Aug 29, 2006 at 03:12 AM


    Prakash has given you a few options, but , can you actually give us the entire requirements?



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