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Split File into many files (for each record)

Split File into many files (for each record)

Split File into many files (for each record)

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Hi
I use Biztalk 2002 and have a input like this:

abc     123
cdf     456
ghi     789

Now i wana split this input into 3 output files where each files has only one record! Sounds simple but i didn't get it work by changing the max accurences in Biztalk editor.
Do you have some ideas ?

greets stiff

RE: Split File into many files (for each record)

Don't know Biztalk, but if it can't handle this.... DataStage TX: Output contains functional map, each row is pasted to the functional map that has a RUN call that passes the data and supplies unique file name. 5 minutes of work for the average user.

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