How to import complex data model into MDM using tMDMOutput

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How to import complex data model into MDM using tMDMOutput

Hi,
Is it possible to use tMDMOutput import complex data model. For example (Based on the demo data model):
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<Product>
<Id>laptop_1</Id>
<Name>Game Republic</Name>
<Description>A gaming computer</Description>
<Price>1000</Price>
<ProductFamily>
<Name>Laptop</Name>
<Status>Approved</Status>
</ProductFamily>
</Product>
Both "Product" and "Product Family" are independent data entities. Will tMDMOutput automatically create a "Product Family" record first and add the newly generated "Product Family" id in the "Product" entity?
Thank you very much
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Re: How to import complex data model into MDM using tMDMOutput

French character handling issue.
We have a job in which we will generate XML message through tMomOutput at MQ server.But the issue is that, when the input file holds French character, the message at MQ server is not generating properly,
The MQ server interface, for the generated message property "Code Page " value is showing 437.Which is expected to be 1208.
So how can we change code page value from 437 to 1208.(We tried at advance setting at tMomOutput, but till now have not get any solution.
And next question, how to handle the situation when message holds French characters ?
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Re: How to import complex data model into MDM using tMDMOutput

Hi koustav
Your problem is not related to this topic, please open a new topic for your question.
Thank you!
Shong
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