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ISO20022 routing address setup

  • 8 April 2021
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Hello,

I am trying to setup a routing address for ISO20022 and I am getting an error message.

Please see screenshots below.

Any advise will be very much welcome

Kind regards

Miguel

 

 

 

 

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Best answer by Pawel Dworzynski 12 April 2021, 14:30

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Hello,

Here can be problem with routing address definition

Destination directory is where the file is created and Application server must have access to that directory. Try to change to standard definition and check if the error still exists.

 

 

Best regards

Pawel

 

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Hi Pawel,

Many thanks for your feedback. 

This is my current definition. 

Sorry, what do you mean with standard definition? 

do you mean this string:  %FILE_OUT%/ISO20022_CORE_transformed_%GUID%.xml  ?

Best regards

Miguel

 

 

\\stirfilesrv01\Users\MiguelM\ISO20022_CORE_transformed_TEST01.xml

 

 

 

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Hi @Miguel ,

 

As @Pawel Dworzynski mentioned you can try with change the Output File path as  “ %FILE_OUT%/ISO20022_CORE_transformed_%GUID%.xml “ without using “\\stirfilesrv01\Users\MiguelM\ISO20022_CORE_transformed_TEST01.xml”.

 

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Sanuri

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Hi Sanuri,

Thank you for your feedback.

I have done that, and I don’t get an error, however I don’t get an XML file exported from IFS to a server location.

I need to have an file exported from IFS, so how do I achieve that?

Best regards,

Miguel

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Hi again,

this is the result of reverting to the default %FILE_OUT%/ISO20022_CORE_transformed_%GUID%.xml

where is the .xml file though?

Best regards

Miguel

 

 

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Hi @Miguel ,

Can you try with double click on the Destination Addresses line as below screenshot , Then Out location will apper on “MESSAGE_RESPONSE.txt” file



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Sanuri

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Hi Sanuri,

I can see the file is created in the IFS server, TEST in this case. Please see below the output of double clicking in the area you mentioned.

“  File 'E:/IFS9.0/IFSExt/filerep1/IFS9T/out/ISO20022_CORE_transformed_c40d3e06-0e15-4909-8583-bc239b6542eb.xml' has been created  “

However, I cannot give access to this server to users. Hence, ideally we should be able to modify the routing address, specifying a different server, shouldn’t we?

Best regards,

Miguel

 

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Hi Sanuri,

I have found out that the OUT_DIRECTORY  is specified in this window in IFS.

It is not clear to me if I can just change the path there for a something like:

\\stirfilesrv01\Users\MiguelM\

Could you please advise?

Many thanks

Miguel

 

Hi Miguel,

You can use the default setup

%FILE_OUT%/ISO20022_CORE_transformed_%GUID%.xml

and give read only access to that directory

E:/IFS9.0/IFSExt/filerep1/IFS9T/out/

to all users, who need this.

Users can map this network directory to example Z: drive on their computers.

Best Regards,

Pawel