Hi @Nitin Damle
I'm assuming you got the flow working with the sample data and template I provided.
Can you provide an example of the desired csv output you are hoping to achieve from the cm_samples.xml file you provided? That would help me understand your end goal for the flow.
Thanks for the information Nitin.
It seems like it would make sense to "clean up" your incoming XML using the TransformXML processor (https://nifi.apache.org/docs/nifi-docs/components/org.apache.nifi/nifi-standard-nar/1.6.0/org.apache...) prior to ConvertRecord since there is data there like the header info that you don't care about for the CSV file. Additionally, could change the tag from `p` to its `name` attribute.
I haven't used the TransformXML processor before (or worked with XSLT files before). Take a look yourself and see if you think it could be a solution for you. I will try it out myself if I get the opportunity.
I am not able to convert xml to csv as suggested by you to do the inverse of this. Could you please provide the nifi xml file so that I can upload the template and check.
Hi Andrew , this works for single xml but I have nested xml. How to convert nested xml to multiple csvs ?