Issues appending to tAdvancedFileOutputXML

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Issues appending to tAdvancedFileOutputXML

Hello,

I have a job where I take data from various sources and output to a tFileAdvancedOutputXML. I then use another subjob to append data to that same output file. Essentially, I need to gather information about an account with multiple account holders. I'm using the same imported xml tree for each output component. I have a loop on the account element in the first subjob and I loop on the account holder element in the second subjob and group by the account element.

 

This setup was working fine until last week and now I get an error when I try to run the second subjob appending the additional account holder info that the root tag is not the same when appending. Any thoughts as to how best to fix this problem and still get the output I expect?

Thank you.

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Re: Issues appending to tAdvancedFileOutputXML

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Sabrina

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Re: Issues appending to tAdvancedFileOutputXML

I went back to the previous schema and updated the new attributes manually, which seems to have fixed the problem.

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