Flat File Validation Framework API in Java

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Flat File Validation Framework API in Java

Hi,
Is there any already available framework/API in java for flat file (Schema and data) validation .
I look for some validation framework like the following mentioned
1) The structure of file, data type, size, "null/not null" type of metadata should be defined some where like in an XML file.
2)The provided API should have method to pass a input record and valivate all the provided fields in the record
3) Invalid record information should be placed in a log ( text file, xml file, database)
I would be using this in java code as well as in other commercial ETL tools.

Thanks and Regards,
Pravu Mishra
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Re: Flat File Validation Framework API in Java

Hi
It seems the tschemaComplianceCheck component can finish the request mentioned 1,2,3.
Best regards
Shong
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Re: Flat File Validation Framework API in Java

Hi shong,
The tschemaComplianceCheck can only be used in ETL jobs developement using TOS. I need to an API or Framework to use in other java applications, and ETL tools other than TOS. Hope it make sence.
Thanks and Regards,
Pravu Mishra.
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Re: Flat File Validation Framework API in Java

Hi pravu,
I too have similar requirment. Please let me know if you got any solution.
Thanks.
-Pinky

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