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Problem in 1toN message mapping,payload not populated but file created

I am doing 1:N multimapping From Proxy to File scenario .Proxy send three types of data all having same stucture but depending on the value of First field we split the whole stucture in 3 parts on target side and generating three files on taget side.During testing values get Passed from the SXMB_MONI(processed) and we get whole payload data upto

"Message Branch Acording to Reciever List" .But when i check payload data in 'Request Message Mapping" we donot get any data in Payload.Taget File is generated but when we try to oen the file I get message " Unable to display the File".

can any expert help me resolve this problem.

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    Posted on Jul 17, 2009 at 09:15 AM

    Have you tested your mapping in the repository ?

    Ref:/people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2005/09/16/xi-how-to-test-your-mapping-in-real-life-scenarios

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      Hi manjusha,

      Thanks for your suggestive action for removing Tag from XML message and testing.

      i followed the following link:

      split-mapping-created-no-messages

      The points to consider is:

      " copy the XML from the TEST tab of the message mapping, paste it in notepad and save it).

      Can you check the source XML. Does it contain Tags like <messages> .. If yes, you need to remove them from your source XML.

      As the real XML doesnot contain this tags.and try it.

      How to remove tags:

      ans:

      Just open the file with a text editor, remove that lines and save the file.

      those tags are only included when you "copy the XML from the TEST tab of the message mapping, paste it in notepad and save it." So, remove such tags and try.I works

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