<Boxed_Length>\s+</Boxed_Lenth>
<Boxed_Length>\s+</Boxed_Lenth>
"<Boxed_Length>\\s+</Boxed_Length>&#(.*);"
won't work because there's no &# characters immediately after the closing boxed_length tag."<Boxed_Length>\\s+</Boxed_Length>"
should work, provided that we're really dealing with the same patterns that Java accepts. Are you sure the backslash needs the extra escape character, for example?"Boxed_Length"
Once the above pattern is known to work, try:"<Boxed_Length>"
then try:"<Boxed_Length>\\s+"
and keep building up the pattern until you either encounter a problem (in which case you can ask for more help) or you have the final result you need. This isn't difficult; it just requires a number of iterations of testing/debugging.
b. it looks like talend has a feature (bug) so that when there is a record in an xml file that just has whitespace without any data it breaks and does not continue.. hence the need to remove the whitespace.Then that's your real problem. Needless to say, it shouldn't be necessary to be finding workarounds like this for such a major platform
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