July 19, 2006 at 7:44 PM #15079
Hello and thanks for your assistance.
I need to map a xsd file to a flatfile, and i’m kinda confused.
The output that I need is just a simple pipe \”|\” delimited file, similar to this scaled down sample:
I have attempted to create a schema using the ‘Flat File Schema Wizard’, but my output is still in XML!
Is thier some setting that i am missing?
Does anyone know of any links, documentation or sample that can possibly help me out?
July 20, 2006 at 2:08 PM #15080
I’m new in BizTalk 2006. I have the same problem. I need to convert simple XML file to delimeted Flat File. I will be very gratefull for any example or explanation how to do that.
July 19, 2006 at 9:38 PM #15081
You’ll want to make sure you use a \”Flat File Assembler\” component in an send pipeline so that your XML content can be converted into a flat file.
July 20, 2006 at 4:17 PM #15082
It was much easier then i expected.
Inside vs.net, created a biztalk project, added new item, under the window that comes up, select – Pipeline Files, and then Send Pipeline
This will add a new file of type .btp to your project,
inside this file under the ‘Assemble’ Stage, I added a ‘Flat file assembler’ from the toolbox.
** Added a reference to my schema file.
In the Properites of the added ‘Flat file assembler’ – under Document schema, i selected the appropriate schema.
Changed the Target charset to be ASCII (20127),
built and deployed the application to my Biztalk application.
Inside BizTalk Application Console, under my Biztalk Application -> Send Port -> Send Pipelines -> I selected my newly created Pipeline.
Everything works and my outfile is now delimied as expected.
December 6, 2007 at 8:21 AM #18574
I have done what you wrote….but my output is not separated in e.g. with “,” I have only all data in one string!
What do i wrong?
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