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XML File -> Problem.with naming tags with XI standard functions


simple (?) problem:

Receiver expects an XML file via file adapter.

(The source data comes from an RFC connect to XI.)

In the XML tags like these are expected (following W3C definitions):

A) </gdt:ValueGroup>

How to define a data type with a ":" in its name or to convert it to the required tag?

B) <gdt:ExtendedAttribute gdt:guid="4c102d6b077de7c1f0e27391e40bb80f" gdt:code="X01" >GR2 LI3</gdt:ExtendedAttribute>

This one is a real nice one. The part with "gtd:guid=" within the tag is variable. How to add such values into tag names?

Any ideas if this is possible with standard and how.

If this is the limit of XI I think we need an XSLT- or JAVA-maping program to generate the required file.

Thank you for any help!

Best regards


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    Posted on Oct 24, 2006 at 01:38 PM

    Hi Dirk,

    just one thing:

    >>>>The part with "gtd:guid=" within the tag is variable.

    this is ok as it's just an attribute

    of the ExtendedAttribute tag's name

    so it can be variable without any problems

    (you can fill it in the mapping for example)




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