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File Adapter in XI 3.0

Hello

I have the following scenario in XI 3.0:

- sender interface: RFC adapter

- receiver interface: File adapter

The file which is created by the file adapter is an XML

file with the following content:

<rfc:Z_PROCESSORDER xmlns:rfc="urn:sap-com:document:sap:rfc:functions">

<I_TEXT>Hallo</I_TEXT>

<I_ID>0000001005</I_ID>

</rfc:Z_PROCESSORDER>

What I would like to have is not an XML file but

a file which only contains:

Hallo

0000001005

I am using the file adapter of the J2EE-Adapter Engine

which is new in XI 3.0.

Is this possible with this file adapter or do I have

to use the file adapter of the "Plain J2SE Adapter Engine"

(which correspondes to the 'old' XI 2.0 adapters).

Best regards,

Stefan

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2004 at 01:42 PM

    Hi Stefan,

    I was wondering if you had found an answer to this question as I am facing the same problem,

    Kind regards,

    Achmed

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2004 at 03:26 PM

    Hi Stefan,

    Is this a specific thing you are asking with XI 3.0 perspective or something in general.

    I am working in XI 2.0, so if its not a version specific question I may be able to provide some inputs.

    Ashish

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2004 at 12:04 AM

    you have first to convert your structure to something like .

    <resultset>

    <row> <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< this is the important bit

    <TEXT>Hallo</TEXT>

    </row>

    <row>

    <TEXT>0000001005</TEXT>

    </row>

    </resultset>

    if you want something like :

    Hallo;00000000105

    the structure needs to look like

    <resultset>

    <row> <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< this is the important bit

    <TEXT>Hallo</TEXT>

    <TEXT2>0000001005</TEXT2>

    </row>

    <row>

    </resultset>

    configuration parameters are very similar to those in the plain adapter engine.

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      hi Matthias,

      You have described problem nicely. I am using XI 3.0 SP 5. I wish SAP makes their online documents this clear 😊 Well I am facing simillar problem where in structure like

      <resultset>

      <row> <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< this is the important bit

      <TEXT>Hallo</TEXT>

      <TEXT2>0000001005</TEXT2>

      </row>

      <row>

      <TEXT>Hallo</TEXT>

      <TEXT2>0000001005</TEXT2>

      </row>

      </resultset>

      needs to be converted to

      Hallo,0000001005

      Hallo,0000001005

      Unfortunately I find the documentation too cryptic (they have mentioned content conversion in this link

      http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2004/helpdata/en/2c/181077dd7d6b4ea6a8029b20bf7e55/content.htm

      )

      Is the same applicable for outbound j2ee File / FTP adapter?

      What should be record set structure on configuration screen? Should it be <row, *>

      Thanks for your help!

      sachin kotalwar

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2005 at 07:19 PM

    I this link is useful for receiver adapter config.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/d2/bab440c97f3716e10000000a155106/content.htm

    regards,

    sachin

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