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File to File Scenario

Hi,

I have simple file to file scenario with data from source message to the target message but the file created by FCC is empty with no data in it. Source file is flat file with simple structure with comma separated fields and message mapping shows successful test. FCC has Document name: Source Message type, Recordset Name: Records, Recordset Structure: Rows, FCC parameters: <names>.fieldNames, <names>.fieldSeparator, <names>.endSeparator. Could this be a FCC issue or adapter framework or a bug in the system? The resulting xml message only has empty tags with no data in it.

Please advice.

Thanks

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    Former Member
    Feb 01, 2010 at 05:22 PM

    >>I have simple file to file scenario with data from source message to the target message but the file created by FCC is empty with no data in it. Source file is flat file with simple structure with comma separated fields and message mapping shows successful test. FCC has Document name: Source Message type, Recordset Name: Records, Recordset Structure: Rows, FCC parameters: <names>.fieldNames, <names>.fieldSeparator, <names>.endSeparator. Could this be a FCC issue or adapter framework or a bug in the system? The resulting xml message only has empty tags with no data in it.

    1. Check with channel monitor in RWB? it will show you exact error.

    2. Did you mentioned document name space?

    3. r u giving exact syntax for fcc parameters

    ex :

    names.fieldSeparator =,

    names.endseparatopr='nl'

    names.fieldNames=xxxx,xxxx,xxx

    and try with

    ignoreRecordsetName = true

    Hope it works..

    Shankar.

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      Is this your message type structure?

      <MT>

      - <Row>

      -- <Records>

      --- <names>

      </MT>

      then there is nested structure in your structure. FCC can read upto 2 level.

      -Shankar

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    Former Member
    Apr 12, 2010 at 02:53 PM

    Closing this thread, thanks to all who helped.

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