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MDM 5.5:Syndication

Hi folks,

with the MDM(E) 5.5 Syndicator I exported data with the matmas05 standard schema. For every data set an own file was created.

I couln't find docu about Syndication so I ask a simple question: where can I tell the MDME Syndicator to create only one file for the exported data?

Regards, Bernd

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    Posted on Jun 14, 2005 at 03:47 PM

    Apparetnly you're talking about XML format. Then let's say you have such a structure:

    <Collection>

    <BRAND>

    <name>coca cola</name>

    <code>10</code>

    </BRAND>

    <BRAND>

    <name>pepsi cola</name>

    <code>20</code>

    </BRAND>

    </Collection>

    in such a case you have to map your table to the <Brand> element to get syndication results in one file or not to map to get for every brand its own output file.

    In both cases I assume <name> and <code> elements are mapped.

    Hope it helps.

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      If you change the current map by mapping the root element, this will generate a single file with all objects inside. (e.g. for CREMAS04, map the Vendors object to E1LFA1M).

      Be careful when playing with the map, changes are automatically saved - altering the original map. (better create a back up map and experiment there)

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 11:41 AM

    Hi Bernd,

    To put all the record details in one file change the MAP PROPERTIES->XML FILE OUTPUT to "Single File (All Records)".

    Hope this solves your problem.

    Regards,

    Seema Rane.

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