there are many sources of information on how to create graphs that would read and parse the content of a XML file such as the one you reported. To name a few:
• The Help documents describing the basics of creating and running graphs in CloverETL Designer are available here
• The Help document describing the basic functionality of the XMLExtract component (which is the most commonly used XML file reader component in CloverETL Designer thanks to its GUI and lower memory consumption) can be found here
• Within the very same article you might want to review the section called ‘XMLExtract Mapping Editor and XSD Schema’ that would provide you with a better insight into what the XSD schema is and how you can take advantage of it in the Designer.
• If you are interested specifically in XML reading components without the GUI, you might want to review the following Help documents for the XMLReader component
and the XMLXPathReader component
• There are also a handful of articles that concern reading and parsing of XML files on our CloverETL Forum
. Scouring them can help you resolve a variety of XML specific issues that other CloverETL users encountered in the past and that have already been answered by our CloverCare Support.
From what you mentioned, however, you are currently using the 3.2 version of CloverETL which is fairly obsolete and our support of this version has already been discontinued. Upgrading to a more recent production version of CloverETL such as 4.5 or 4.6 is strongly recommended not only because of the overall improved functionality but also because it contains a series of handy tutorials that can help you comprehend the Designer functionality basics.
As for your current situation, may I clarify a couple of details?
1. May I know the reason why you develop graphs without the GUI?
2. Do you run the graphs that you developed within the GUI or not?
3. Do you run them using the open source engine?
4. Do you run them on the server or locally?