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I am getting .MDEF file. Can File Adapter process this file ?

The MDEF file format is a complex binary file format for meter data.

http://www.fairoakslabs.com/meterdoc/

Thanks in advance

J Augastine

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  • Posted on Jun 28, 2011 at 06:22 AM

    Hi J Augastine ,

    I guess you need to write java code to read MDEF file. This file is of type binary, java can read binary file content. Before implementing it in PI just you need to try reading the contents of the file and printing in normal text using eclipse or NWDS. Thus you will come to know the format of data you are going to receive. The way how to use java to read binary file is given here

    http://www.javacommerce.com/displaypage.jsp?name=notes/chap86/ch86_1.sql&id=18218

    Now if you are able to read the contents of the file, then you can put it in xml message format using java mapping. This you can follow from following link

    "JAVA MAPPING", an alternate way of reading a CSV file

    About MDEF file format you can know more from the following link

    http://www.caiso.com/docs/1999/03/30/1999033011291818524.pdf

    If I can have a small sample MDEF file, I can try reading it using java.

    Hope this helps.

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    Just published an article with complete solution to decode MDEF Files , here is the link http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/x/SQxeDw

    regards

    Anupam

    Edited by: anupamsap on Dec 14, 2011 9:25 AM

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