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Incoming File validation and exception handling without java mapping and BP

Have anyone tried to validate the incoming file data using the graphical mapping and functions in mapping and exception handling (email to user) without using Java mapping and BPM

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  • Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 02:22 PM

    Hi,

    Basic validation we can go ahead with graphical Mapping. If want to restrict with out Java Mapping then try to get the appropriate data from the source itself.

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    Agasthuri Doss

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 02:33 PM

    Hi Senthil,

    Yes.. You can do file validation using Graphical mapping. In most of my interfaces we have done the file level validations using Graphical maping and we have raised an Alert rather than emailing to User. I think you can email as well..

    Let us know if you need more details.

    Nilesh

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  • Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 02:36 PM

    i had an scenarion where the invalid records should be sent as a file to the legacy user back....you can use the standards functions available to determine what's the invalid record and use the mail adapter or other means to send the invalid data back..

    Yes you can do it depends on what's your logic to validate the file

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