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Complex XML to Plain in JMS adapter "Content conversion module"


I have read the document on "How To… use the content conversion module with XI3.0 J2EE JMS Adapter", and it says only SimpleXML can be converted in the receiver channel.

I had hoped for a solution at least as good as in the File/ftp adapter, where complex XML can be transformed to files.

Are there plans to include complex XML conversion in the JMS adapter?

I can not use the file adapter as I need to change the file name and destination, and that can not be done by adding own module to its single module.

Any idea how I can achieve what I want?

To only way I can find, is to create a file using the file/ftp adapter, and then pick it up again and treat all the lines as the same structure (one row = one xml field). Then output this new xml message to file, using the JMS adapter and add any modules with name and destination determination.

Appreciate any help!


Oeystein Emhjellen

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    Posted on Jan 13, 2005 at 02:11 PM


    Have you tried to use an XSLT mapping within the IE?

    I have, at one customer site, created a XSLT message mapping which converts the XML to a fixed length ASCII file format. I than added the XSLT message mapping as a second mapping step on the interface mapping.

    In this case I was able to publish a fairly complex fixed length file format to MQ Series via the JMS adapter.


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  • Posted on Feb 01, 2005 at 03:50 PM

    The structured conversion is working as well.

    You can use for example:


    xml.conversionType StructXML2Plain

    xml.recordsetStructure A,B,C

    xml.A.fieldFixedLengths 10,20,30

    xml.B.fieldFixedLengths 10,15,25

    xml.C.fieldFixedLengths 10,2,3



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