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Old 12-17-2008, 05:55 AM   #1
akhtar.bhat
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Arrow Script to extract the fields in the agiml tags


Dear all,



please see the logs shown below:





12-12 08:47:37.545 DBG AGIML SERVER[1]..............................write() (<agiml><header><responsetype>TOPUP</responsetype></header><response><auditfields/><resultcode>999</resultcode>

<account>9773575450</account><transno>1317</transno><incode>BPL</incode><resultdescription></resultdescription><inresultcode>1</inresultcode><inmtransno>229051853686229</inmtransno><flowControlCode></flowControlCode><flowControlLevel></flowControlLevel><intransno></intransno><acls/><authorities/><records/></response></agiml>)


Now i want to write a script which will extract the fields like this



TOPUP,9773575450,1317,BPL,1



these are the fields shown in the different tags.



And one thing more the fields between the tag <agiml>............</agiml>,

it is taking it a single column of log.



example less file | grep "9773575450"

will display the whole line.
 
Old 12-17-2008, 06:13 AM   #2
Felipe
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If you want that <xxx> disappear and </xxxx> be replaced with ",", you can use:

sed -r "s/<\w+>//g;s/<\/\w+>/,/g"

ex:
echo "<data1>field n1</dat1><data2>field n2</data2>" | sed -r "s/<\w+>//g;s/<\/\w+>/,/g"

will display:
field n1,field n2,

I don't know if this is what you look for....
 
  


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