Available Forking Types
Below you may find a list of the available Forking Types.
This module does not perform any transaction forking.
Simple Forking divides XML documents into sub documents with a specific number of
XPath Forking breaks up a transaction based on an XPath expression. For example, if you want
to create a flat file for every instance of <record>, you can use XPath Forking with an
expression of ‘/record’ and that will create a separate transaction for each instance of <record>
in your transaction data.
EDI Forking takes an EDI input file and breaks it up by ST-SE segment groups into smaller EDI
messages, preserving the headers and footers in the process.