how to give the protocol for pain format iso:20022 format xml which starts like <p: > in xml files Generic XML payload doesnt work.... any views
Is the <p: > just a namespace marker in your schema?
When I've used iso20022 in the past (SEPA and new-style SWIFT messages both use this format), I have used the SOAP data protocol, and it's worked out-of-the-box for me. There is a chance that the format of data in there might be using attributes rather than arguments; something like:
<namespace:attribute1 namespace:tagName1="tag_name1" namespace:tagValue1="tag_value1">
<namespace:attribute2 namespace:tagName2="tag_name2" namespace:tagValue2="tag_value2">
If this is the case, you can look at some of the utility DPH facilities available in DevTest, like Request Data Manager, to move data elements from attributes to arguments.
Hi Rick, Thank you let me try it :-)
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Yes Rick it has tags starting with <p:> and also has a response code tag attached u a sample
I believe an iso20022 message is supposed to start with <?xml version=
Your message has some data before that XML declaration. What happens if you remove that data (and any corresponding trailing data)? I believe DevTest will then automatically identify the iso20022 message correctly.
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