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Do we have a provision in SAP PI to convert a base64binary data coming as a blog in a source element to a string blob in the target? A simple User Defined Function will do the job in your mapping. Just create a parameter 's' of type String and implement the following in your function:.
Simply add the following imports to you function library:. Base64; import org. I use this approach quite a lot. There is an internal Sun Base64 class but it should not be used. I haven't been able to find a Base64 class in the SAP JVM however someone might be able to point it out which will eliminate your need for dependencies. The other question is, is the decoded blob a binary object or a String?
If it's binary you may not be able to do this in the mapping layer. I also cannot see the images you've posted. However, here is some info on the PayloadZip adapter module:. Note that this module zips the entire payload before passing to the relevant adapter module such as File etc. Without seeing the images, you may also be trying to zip the decoded source straight into a target element in the output.
In this case, your result field needs to be defined as base64Binary due to the output of the zip operation being binary. Saying that, here is the general logic needed for this in the UDF:. You will end up with a byte array. There is no standard function for this. But there are plenty of sampe examples online to convert base64 encoding to byte array and further convert to string and map it to target field as string. This is one example. Unfortunately this is incorrect.
The UDF above encodes a source byte array to a base64 String, not the other way round which is what was requested. Not what you're looking for? Search community questions. This question has been deleted.
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This answer has been deleted. This answer has been undeleted. Posted on Jul 13, at AM. Just create a parameter 's' of type String and implement the following in your function: return StringUtils. Simply add the following imports to you function library: import org. StringUtils; I use this approach quite a lot. Hope it helps.
Alert Moderator. You already have an active moderator alert for this content. Former Member Former Member. Jul 19, at PM. Hi Taraka, I also cannot see the images you've posted.
You will end up with a byte array 2 Pass the byte array into a Java Zip output stream. ByteArrayInputStream; import java. ByteArrayOutputStream; import java. IOException; import java. ZipEntry; import java. ZipOutputStream; Good luck! Show all. Baskar Gopalakrishnan. Rituparna Chowdhury. Posted on Jul 19, at AM. Hello Taraka, Please use this udf to convert base64 to binary.
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Decode Base64 to file using the free online decoder, which allows you to preview files directly in the browser, as well as download them, get the hex dump for any binary data, and get summary information about the original file. Please note that the preview is available only for textual values and known media files such as images, sounds, and videos. In any case, you can always convert Base64 to binary and download the result as file, regardless of its MIME type. If you are looking for the reverse process, check File to Base If you have any questions, remarks, need help, or just like this page, please feel free to let me know by leaving a comment using the form bellow. I will be happy to read every comment and, if necessary, I will do my best to respond as quickly as possible. Of course, spammers are welcome only as readers.
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