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From SopwithInOut <singapore.sl...@sharklasers.com>
Subject Re: How to read XML Payload
Date Fri, 06 Nov 2015 08:04:28 GMT
I assume that by now, you will have already solved this. But in any case, I
would approach this with some kind of "/ Message Translator
<http://bit.ly/MTEIP>  /" solution in mind. 

I'm very, very new to Camel. But I have a couple years experience using a
big-name proprietary ESB. I've done similar transformations using that ESB's 
"/ Message Translator <http://bit.ly/MTEIP>  /" support. The low-level
details are different. But at a high-level...

I would start off with some kind of reference to a single empty
"/PricePlans/Body/" node (/call it $mtBody, for short/). Then for each
<customer> I come across, I'd squirt each one in turn into my
previously-prepared /$mtBody/ node. In pseudo-code...


		
Or assuming each of my /<customer>/ elements have some unique identifier —
maybe a "/custId/" attribute, say — it should be possible to forego a
looping approach. Instead, I could envisage some kind of  "/ Message
Translator <http://bit.ly/MTEIP>  /" that used XPath to somehow reference
each /<customer>/ by its /custID/ attribute.

How did you eventually solve it, by the way?





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