I would like to send a set of temperature readings to a camel route using
multiple XML nodes. And then split them into individual readings and deal
with them one at a time. This is simplified, in the end I'll use messaging.
This is the route:
<from uri="file://temps.xml" />
<to uri="file://Temperatures" />
Where temps.xml looks like this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
<OneWireZoneName>2nd floor heat</OneWireZoneName>
The route produces a single file with the last reading (last 6 lines of
temp.xml). I'd like it to produce 2 files, with one reading per file. I
saw a similar posting called "XPath Splitter Problem" from April 22, 2010
which discussed this. I have the same issue and I think I've followed the
advice. I toyed with using a loop and changing the XPATH query to
/Temperatures[$CamelLoopIndex] but I think split is what I really want.
Why use XML? I hope if I add a data field, the XML-based code will still
work whereas a CSV list might cause me positional data grief later.
How can I (in DSL) split my concatenated XML file into many single
thermometer files (hopefully without resorting to my own bean)?
An old Fortran IV programmer, learning new tricks
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