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Mapping - leading zeros

Hello all,

I have the mapping program with simple UDF written to pad the number with ZEROS. it is working good on the test mode, but at runtime it is not working, I am not getting leading zeros.

When I check my Input payload, I see leading zeros in the field. But not seeing leading zeros in the target file even after using UDF.

Scenario is from ECC proxy to File, field is defined as string in the data type.

Any help is appreciated.

thanks..Hari

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  • Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 07:55 PM

    Hari,

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    > When I check my Input payload, I see leading zeros in the field. But not seeing leading zeros in the target file even after using UDF.

    I couldn't understand from the above statement. Actually the leading zeros will be padded only after the Message Mapping Pipeline , how come u able to see in Input Payload?

    Can u please check the payload under Inbound Message, then check the payload under Request Message Mapping node. Reply back ur findings.

    raj.

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 08:24 PM

    Mark the thread solved please.

    Liang

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