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From Juan Sequeiros <helloj...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to preserve original file name
Date Thu, 30 Nov 2017 00:14:05 GMT
Hi,

My experience has been that I need to pass it as a header with filename
“attribute”


So — header “filename: AfileName”

Sorry on my mobile.

On Wed, Nov 29, 2017 at 6:43 PM tj5527 <tj5527@protonmail.com> wrote:

> I use the latest the nifi version (1.4.0) transforming xml to json. The
> flow is done through
>
>     listen http -> transform xml -> put file
>
> Posting is done by executing
>
>     curl -X POST -d @/path/to/xml localhost:<port>/contentListener
>
> The entire process works perfectly with a single xml file. But when trying
> to post large amount of xml files, I notice there exception thrown. But the
> exception message doesn't show which file goes wrong, so I can't find it.
> Therefore my question is how do I preserve the original file name so that
> when the exception is thrown I know which one goes wrong.
>
> What I can think of is creating another put file processor which links to
> transform xml processor when it fails. But I am not sure if the file name
> would be preserved because I notice when it processes successfully (i.e.
> successfully transformed xml's file name is renamed to something like
> 52943123, which is nothing related to the original xml file name). Is there
> any way to log the file name when transformation goes wrong?
>
> Thanks
>
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