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Adapter module

Hi gurus,

1)I need to convert the complex xml structure into .CSV file.

I created java mapping to do this but when I used this .jar file in the scenario I got mapping runtime exception.

Should I use the ejb module to achieve this or is there any standard beans to convert this xml to .csv file.

2)I have another requirement to convert .CSV file into complex XML staructure.

To achieve the second objective, Can I use java mapping. If so please provide the links.

I'm currently using PI 7.0.Is there any standard beans that can be used in the communication channel.

If it is adapter module creation can you please provide the examples for modules.

Any help appreciated.



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    Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 09:40 AM


    I would say that the best thing to achieve would be in the adapter module level rather than in mapping level.

    did you try using FCC? Is it not possible to achieve in FCC itself?

    If it is hard for you to do it in adapter module level, you can try achiving it with combination of mapping and adapter modulewhere you can convert the complex xml into simple xml and pass it to adapter module with simple FCC conversion.



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