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Is it possible zipping of two different files using payload zip bean?

Hi,

we have a requirement where the output zip folder needs to have two files text file (Main file) and the xml control file in it.

The sender File channel is picking the two files (used additional file option) and in receiver file i used standard payload zip bean module with parameters as zip.mode zipAll as mentioned in blogs.

How ever i am able to view only main Text file in output zip folder,unable to get second file in the output zip file.I tried using zip bean in sender file too but it is not working.

Is it possible with the standard zip bean to zip both files?

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  • Apr 25, 2012 at 07:07 AM

    Hi,

    Have a look at this blog by Stefan as a nice reference for Payload Zip Bean: Working with the PayloadZipBean module of the XI Adapter Framework .

    Hope this helps,

    Greg

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  • Apr 25, 2012 at 03:15 PM

    You might want to glance this link which has screenshot steps and will walk you through the requirement.

    http://www.saptechnical.com/Tutorials/XI/ZippingFiles/demo.htm

    Note: The link shows that the sender adapter picks the two files from the specified directory and in the receiver side you can able to see the zip file which has multiple files. If still does not work, then you might have to search for SAP Note for this.

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    • Former Member

      Dear Baskar,

      I have a query on the same topic. I will get a document file through a proxy call which will have multiple documents and I will have to zip it in the receiver and put it to a target location. In the target if we unzip then i should be able to see n different files that was sent through proxy. How could I do this? I am able to zip a file and unzip but its not happening with multiple files.