Wednesday, May 20, 2015

ETEXT/RTF Template Example – Generate Delimited(Comma Separated) Simple Output

I recently implemented an interface where I have to generate a custom comma seperated payment file. As you know, standard oracle payment program generates only XML output. Hence, I prepared an Etext template for generating the CSV output.
I found the Etxt templates are relatively simple and easy to understand. I have started this series to share my knowledge in the form of examples. Further, I copy pasted the details from Oracle Documentation for easier reference. 
First let us see, how to generate a simple comma separated file as output.

Input XML:


Expected Output:


ETEXT/RTF Template:


Oracle Documentation:

The Detail introduction to the above data blocks is given in Oracle Documentation for further reading,

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Erna said...
February 4, 2021 at 2:13 AM


can you please assist?

I am new to this technology and need to create .csv output for the following:


I cannot add my .rtf here. Can you email me then I can send you the file if you are willing to have a look.

My .csv is empty :(

Jone Martin said...
November 26, 2021 at 7:19 AM

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