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How to get the XML file from the text file.

Hi All,

I have developed a scenerio where i have used to get the activation_Request and deactivation request in one file and then i supposed to create two text file from that ,One is activation_Request and the other is deactivation_Request ,

Now i have to get again two text file one is Activation_Responce and other is Deactivation_Responce.

Now i have to create two text xml file from that with the header duly mapped.

So in that case what are the steps i have to follow to have it.

Please let me know whether i have to start it from the==System Landscape Directory or from the Integration Repository.

I will be oblidge if someone let me know the steps for this.

thanks in advance,

Gautam

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2007 at 09:49 AM
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    Posted on Sep 03, 2007 at 10:30 AM

    Hi,

    >>How to get the XML file from the text file

    use content conversion parameters in the sender side while configuring your sender communication channel.

    Can you plz explain your requirement comprahensively? your posting is little confusing. Plz tel us, the systems involved in your integration and the scenario, which you have developed.... etc...etc...

    Regards

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