Oracle Service Bus, MFL and empty element-tree in xquery

Sometimes it will happen after creating the mfl and trying to map the elements in xquery to the target, the element-tree of the mfl won’t be visible and only shows the head-element.
Open the mfl file in a text-editor and change the version-attribute of the MessageFormat-tag to ‘2.02’

<messageFormat name='MyMFLFormat' version='2.01'>

to

<messageFormat name='MyMFLFormat' version='2.02'>

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4 Responses to “Oracle Service Bus, MFL and empty element-tree in xquery”

commenter

Even After changing the version to 2.02 I was not able to view elements but when I create the mfl file in text editor with version 2.02 and include in Eclipse IDE ( import file system) and then use in Xquery I am able to view elements.

commenter

Hi Eric,

When i was trying to import .cpy file by using MFL it is giving an error like
D:\HCR1.cpy: 1: error: Improper level number ‘0’; 01 assumed
D:\HCR1.cpy: 1: error: Expected an identifier or FILLER, found ‘:’
D:\HCR1.cpy: 1: error: Recovering, skipping to next ‘.’
D:\HCR1.cpy, Lines: 79, Errors: 4, Warnings: 0

what would be the Solution… Please let me know it helps me a lot…

Thanks in advance
Uday

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