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how to ignore the UNA6 suffix RRS feed

  • Question

  • i receive a edifact file like :

    UNASad.) -UNB(UNOA:4(BA(CNCSAPIS(080303:1705(BA003903031705((APIS-UNG(PAXLST(RTZ(CNCSAPIS(080303:1705(001(UN(D:02B-UNH(PAX001(PAXLSTBig Smile:02B:

    UN:IATA(BA003903031705(01:C-BGM(745-NAD(MS(((1ASUPPORT-COM(44 20 8990

    .....................

    .....................

    it is irregular, when i parse it . i will get some error info like

    Error: 2 (Field level error)
     SegmentID: UNH
     Position in TS: 1
     Data Element ID: UNH2.4
     Position in Segment: 3
     Position in Field: 4
     Data Value:
    UN
     39: Data element too long

    ..............................

    i guess it should be ignored the UNA6 suffix.but how to modify the configuration through the Biztalk server administrator console.

    thanks a lot!!
    Monday, March 24, 2008 5:02 PM

Answers

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    Looks like this is not the problem with UNA6 suffix... to confirm, remove the UNA6 suffix and test again... As the error states that UNH2.4  - data element is too long... check in schema for its maximum length.. usually it allows 3 chracters...

     

    Let me know if it works..

    • Proposed as answer by edhickey Tuesday, January 20, 2009 2:03 AM
    • Marked as answer by Ben Cline1Moderator Saturday, January 24, 2009 2:01 PM
    Tuesday, December 9, 2008 2:36 PM

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  • I am not able to repro this error. I used the following instance with the delimiters that is used in your instance.

    UNASad.)

    -UNB(UNOA:1(UNB2A1(UNB3A1(012301:0123(UNB5(UNB6A1-UNG(PAXLST(RTZ(UNB3A1(012301:0123(001(UN(D:02B-UNH(UNH1(APERAKBig Smile:98B:UN:IATA((13(UNH5A1(UNH6A1(UNH7A

    1-BGM(1(C10601-DTM(10-FTX(AAA((C10701(C10801-CNT(1:14-RFF(AAA-DTM(10-NAD(AA(C08201(C05801(C08001(C05901-CTA((C05601-COM(C07601:AA-ERC(C90101-FTX(AAA((

    C10701(C10801-RFF(AAA-FTX(AAA((C10701(C10801-UNT(15(UNH1-UNE(1(001-UNZ(3(UNB5-


    And it is passed.
    I do not think it's a matter of UNA6 suffix. Can you give ur instance such that I can repro the error on my machine.



    Thanks
    Prakash
    Friday, December 5, 2008 6:34 AM
  •  

    Looks like this is not the problem with UNA6 suffix... to confirm, remove the UNA6 suffix and test again... As the error states that UNH2.4  - data element is too long... check in schema for its maximum length.. usually it allows 3 chracters...

     

    Let me know if it works..

    • Proposed as answer by edhickey Tuesday, January 20, 2009 2:03 AM
    • Marked as answer by Ben Cline1Moderator Saturday, January 24, 2009 2:01 PM
    Tuesday, December 9, 2008 2:36 PM