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abhishek chhawcharia

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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2014 9:59 pm    Post subject: XML-TEXT getting data in pieces
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Hi All,

I am doing parsing of a XML in my cobol program and checking for each tag being returned back from the services.

My program is expecting the tag to be as "COVG_BLOCK_FORM_EDITION_DATE" but when I displayed the XML-TEXT that my program is getting, it shows that as XML-TEXT as COVG_BLOCK_FO once and second time, it comes as RM_EDITION_DATE.

So how to handle this situation??

Appreciate any help in this regard.


Abhishek
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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2014 10:07 pm    Post subject: Reply to: XML-TEXT getting data in pieces
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What does the data look like?
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abhishek chhawcharia

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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2014 10:34 pm    Post subject: Reply to: XML-TEXT getting data in pieces
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I checked the data and here are the details.

When XML-EVENT = 'START-OF-ELEMENT', XML-TEXT is coming to me as itemName as expected and the CONTENT-CHARACTERS are coming as COVG_BLOCK_FO and then again next XML-EVENT = 'START-OF-ELEMENT' and the XML-TEXT is coming as itemName and the CONTENT-CHARACTERS are coming as RM_EDITION_DATE.


PS : I read about this special register as XML-INFORMATION which can be used to determine if the XML-TEXT is broken and continued in following tag. If this register has value 000000001 means its not broken and if it has value of 00000002 than it is broken.
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