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Content Conversion with SubStructures

Hi,

I one of our XI Scenarios we have a Structure like

MESSAGE TYPE

RECORD SET

1. AddressHeader

2. Header

3. Batch Header

4. Detail Record

4.1 OVERFLOW Record

5. Batch Total Record

6. Service Total Record

7. File Trailer Record.

I am trying to handle it through the File Content Conversion.

If I mention the Recordset Structure as

=================================================

AddressHeaderRecord,1,LockboxHeaderRecord,1,BatchHeaderRecord,,DetailRecord,,OverflowRecord,,BatchTotalRecord,,ServiceTotalRecord,,FileTrailerRecord,

=================================================

then the OVERFLOW Record is coming at the same Level as Detail Record and not as a Child of the Detail Record.

My MESSAGE TYPE declared in IR has the Overflow Structure as a Child of the Detail record.

What needs to be mentioned in the RecordSet Structure so as to get the OVERFLOW Record as a Child of the Detail Record.

Arunava

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  • Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 09:46 PM

    Hi,

    This guide will help you what is the restriction in the file content conversion to get the nested structure-

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/f02d12a7-0201-0010-5780-8bfc7d12f891

    Regards,

    Moorthy

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 09:52 PM

    Hi,

    In order to remove any confusion with regards to the Structure I mentioned and those declared in Content Conversion. They are exactly of same names.

    The Actual Structure is

    1. AddressHeaderRecord

    2. LockboxHeaderRecord

    3. BatchHeaderRecord

    4. DetailRecord

    4.1 (CHILD of DETAIL) OverflowRecord

    5. BatchTotalRecord

    6. ServiceTotalRecord

    7. FileTrailerRecord

    Arunava

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