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Hello All,

I am working on a outbound scenario. As part of my message mapping I have 10 fields on the target side.

But I dont want to write the 10th field on to file.

Can anyone tell me how can I handle this in FCC

Thanks,

Regards,

Moorthy

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2011 at 05:11 PM

    if there is no use of the 10th field, then why the mapping?

    Avoid the mapping and make FCC simple

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2011 at 07:28 PM

    Hi Moorthy,

    if you have a message mapping, and if you don't wan't to change your target structure, a way could be to "enable" the field. to do it, in message mapping, select the target field and with a right click, choose "enable".

    In your receiver CC, inside your content conversion do not declare this last field under "fieldNames", as it will be never created.

    if that corresponds to your needs, do not forget to document this tips in technical spec (and/or directly in the mapping itself), that could help maintenance team...

    regards

    mickael

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2011 at 08:52 AM

    only fix length flat file could be ignore the last field. no standard way for flat file with delimite.

    set the 10th field lenth 0 or only give 9 field length.

    then give the parameter .fixedLengthtooShorthandling value "Cut"

    then you can avoid the last field.

    if the target structure like

    segment

    field1

    feild2

    ...

    field9

    segment

    field10

    then there is no problem.

    u can only set fix legth for the 10th field. set the length 0 and paramete value "cut"

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