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Is it possible to send flatfiles without creating the dictionaries if yes how is it possible
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11-17-2014 3:04 #1

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hi,


Is it possible to send flatfiles without creating the dictionaries if yes how is it possible ?


thanks

11-17-2014 3:18 #2

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you can create schema and then created FF document from that..map your data to that.
how you want to send data?. I mean there are various ways..you can email/write to file in some remote directory etc...

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Schema is must for FF and dictionary is optional. .. dictionary is metadata for schema...

After parsing you send to clients in multiple ways

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If your requirement doesn't require dictionary then u should define the record identifier in the flat file. Create a schema with record identifier (u need to specify the position if that identifier as starts with or N th position). So every record parses based on this identifier. So this case won't require FF dictionary(which is useful for default record identifier).....

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YES,you can send flatfiles without creating dictionary. But if dictionary is not created then you must use RECORD WITH IDENTIFIER. All your records will be parsed based on the identifier ,if identifier not found then remaining content will be grouped under UNDEF DATA.
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