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From Charles Moulliard <ch0...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Bindy : CSV Header is incorrect
Date Thu, 16 Aug 2012 15:08:12 GMT
Hi

Can you enable to DEBUG org.apache.camel.dataformat.bindy (log4j, ...) to
control which classes (= models) have been loaded by camel on your linux
machine ?

Regards,

Charles



On Thu, Aug 16, 2012 at 3:17 PM, houssemgaga
<belhassine.houssem@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I use the library Bindy for quite some time, and she is great .
> However, I recently found a problem. Let me explain:
> I'm developing on Windows machine, everything goes well. Once deployed on
> the target machine (Linux), csv files generated are not correct: the header
> is not good.
> In fact, I created for each file type csv a model object, in each package
> separately. There are common fields between the models and the concern
> comes
> from there: camel-bindy is lost when generating the header. The generated
> header contains fields that come from another model.
>
> An example :
> *Model 1 :*
> @CsvRecord(separator=";", generateHeaderColumns=true, skipFirstLine=true)
>  public class OpportunityDTO implements Serializable{
>
>         /**
>          *
>          */
>         private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;
>
>         @DataField(columnName = "OpportunityId", pos = 1 )
>         String opportunityId;
>
>         @DataField(columnName = "AccountId", pos = 2 )
>         String accountId;
>
>         @DataField(columnName = "Country", pos = 3 )
>         String country;
>
>         @DataField(columnName = "OpportunityType", pos = 4 )
>         String opportunityType;
>
>         @DataField(columnName = "ValidStartDate", pos = 5, pattern
> ="\"dd/MM/yyyy\"" )
>         Date validStartDate;
>
>         @DataField(columnName = "ValidEndDate", pos = 6, pattern
> ="\"dd/MM/yyyy\""
> )
>         Date validEndDate;
>
>         @DataField(columnName = "OpportunityCurrency", pos = 7 )
>         String opportunityCurrency;
>
>         @DataField(columnName = "ParentOpportunityId", pos = 8 )
>         String parentOpportunityId;
>
>         @DataField(columnName = "SalesMonitoring", pos = 9 )
>         String salesMonitoring;
>
> // Getter and setter
> }
>
> *Model 2 :*
>         @CsvRecord(separator=";", generateHeaderColumns=true,
> skipFirstLine=true)
> public class OpportunityLeaserDTO {
>
>         @DataField(columnName = "OpportunityId", pos = 1 )
>         String opportunityId;
>
>         @DataField(columnName = "LeaserId", pos = 2 )
>         String leaserID;
>
>         @DataField(columnName = "ValidStartDate", pos = 3, pattern
> ="\"dd/MM/yyyy\"" )
>         Date validStartDate;
>
>         @DataField(columnName = "ValidEndDate", pos = 4, pattern
> ="\"dd/MM/yyyy\""
> )
>         Date validEndDate;
>         // Getter and setter
> }
>
>
>
> For the first model "OpportunityDTO", the header is incorrect and generated
> as follows:
>
> OpportunityId;*LeaserId*;*ValidStartDate*;*ValidEndDate*;Country;ValidStartDate;ValidEndDate;ParentOpportunityId;SalesMonitoring
>
> For the second model "OpportunityLeaserDTO" the generated header is correct
>
> I still do not understand where is the problem and why only on linux???
>
> I use the latest release of Bindy: 2.10.0
>
> Thank you for your support.
>
>
>
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>



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Charles Moulliard
Apache Committer / Sr. Pr. Consultant at FuseSource.com
Twitter : @cmoulliard
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