You could use XML-SAX - but that's a lot of work unless you only want a few fields.

In this case you should be able to do it with XML-INTO and the %Handler option. As long as the size of one <ORDERS> will fit into 16Mb it should work just fine.

If you need more help in understanding how that would work just holler.

Jon Paris

On Aug 31, 2018, at 9:32 AM, Kevin Grimes <kevin_grimes@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I have the following XML file to process -

<LOADHDR> single
<LOADSTOP> single
<ORDERS> multiple
<Field 1>
<STORER> single
<PACKIDH> single
<PACKIDD> multiple
<Field 2>
<SKU> multiple
<Field 3>
<ORDERDETAIL> multiple
<PICKDETAIL> multiple

I'm trying to read this into a data structure and with the nested multiple occurring segments it is too big to compile. I'm relatively new to XML processing and I'm hoping there's another method to consuming the XML file besides just reading it into a DS with nested arrays.


Kevin G
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