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From cgiera <christoph.gi...@mic-cust.com>
Subject Split XML with xmlTokenizer and add root element?
Date Tue, 15 Apr 2014 10:04:32 GMT
Hello,

I have to deal with large xml data in our camel application. In the camel
documentation I've found the splitting with the
xmltokenizer(split().xmlTokenize(<tag>)).
First it looked fine for me, but then I noticed that there is no possibility
to add the root element to the splitted xml's.

Xml looks like this:
<root>
  <tosplit>
  </tosplit>
  <tosplit>
  </tosplit>
  <tosplit>
  </tosplit>
  <tosplit>
  </tosplit>
...
</root> 

Output of xmltokenize("tosplit"):
1. xml:
<tosplit>
</tosplit>
2. xml:
<tosplit>
</tosplit>
...

Output needed:
1. xml:
<root>
  <tosplit>
  </tosplit>
<root>
2. xml:
<root>
  <tosplit>
  </tosplit>
<root>
...

Maybe I missed something in the camel docu, is there a way in camel to get
the output from above?
Perhaps I can use something other than the xmltokenizer?

kind regards, 
Christoph 




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