File receiver content conversion fields attributes

hi,
i am trying to use file adapter to write this xml to flat file but all attributes of the fields are not written to file ( only elements are written).
the xml file is:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<n0:MT_Mits_Claims xmlns:prx="urn:sap.com:proxy:DE1:/1SAI/TAS6EAA2B8AB4A5D2DA4145:700:2008/06/25" xmlns:n0="http://colmobil.com/wty/1162/claims_to_manufacturer/mits/">
   <Header>
      <File_ID>GDM001</File_ID>
      <Dist_Code>KS</Dist_Code>
      <Header_Code>H1</Header_Code>
      <File_Descr>CLAIM RESULT DATA</File_Descr>
      <Total_Records>0000008</Total_Records>
      <Filler/>
      <Filename>GDM0010812100016.DAT</Filename>
   </Header>
   <Details>
      <Header_EA File_ID="GDM001" Dist_Code1="KS" Detail_Code="D1" Domestic_Export="E" Dist_Code2="KS" Dealer_Code="2110" Seq_No="0902" Sub_Seq_No="" Page_ID="01" Line_ID="EA" Claim_Type="P" Division="" RFC_Seq_No="" Filler=""/>
      <Header_HA File_ID="GDM001" Dist_Code1="KS" Detail_Code="D1" Domestic_Export="E" Dist_Code2="KS" Dealer_Code="2110" Seq_No="0902" Page_ID="01" Line_ID="HA" VIN="VIN260" Faliure_Date="200810" Odometer_Reading=" 1204" Sold_Date="080820"/>
      <Header_HB File_ID="GDM001" Dist_Code1="KS" Detail_Code="D1" Domestic_Export="E" Dist_Code2="KS" Dealer_Code="2110" Seq_No="0902" Sub_Seq_No="" Page_ID="01" Line_ID="HB" Position_Code="111221" A_Code="12" B_Code="03" C_Code="1" Ref_Code="" Manual_Control="" Comment_Code="" Ratio_Labor="" Ratio_Parts="" Manuf_Code="" Filler=""/>
      <Details_LA_LE File_ID="GDM001" Dist_Code1="KS" Detail_Code="D1" Domestic_Export="E" Dist_Code2="KS" Dealer_Code="2110" Seq_No="0902" Sub_Seq_No="" Page_ID="01" Line_ID="LA" Labor_Pos_Code="" Work_Code="99" Qty="10" Amount="" Ratio="" Comment_Code="" Factory="" Filler=""/>
      <Details_LA_LE File_ID="GDM001" Dist_Code1="KS" Detail_Code="D1" Domestic_Export="E" Dist_Code2="KS" Dealer_Code="2110" Seq_No="0902" Sub_Seq_No="" Page_ID="01" Line_ID="LA" Labor_Pos_Code="231110" Work_Code="10" Qty="01" Amount="" Ratio="" Comment_Code="" Factory="" Filler=""/>
      <Details_PA_PK File_ID="GDM001" Dist_Code1="KS" Detail_Code="D1" Domestic_Export="E" Dist_Code2="KS" Dealer_Code="0211" Seq_No="0902" Sub_Seq_No="" Page_ID="01" Line_ID="PA" Parts_No="" Qty="01" Faliure_Origin="X" Price="0050000" Ratio="" Comment_Code="" Factory="" Filler=""/>
      <Total_Claim_Lines>6</Total_Claim_Lines>
   </Details>
   <Trailer>
      <File_ID>GEE</File_ID>
      <Dist_Code>KS</Dist_Code>
      <trailer_Code>E1</trailer_Code>
      <End_Code>END</End_Code>
      <Filler/>
   </Trailer>
</n0:MT_Mits_Claims>
the content conversion paramters are:
Header.addHeaderLine 0
Header.fieldFixedLengths 6,4,2,30,7,31,0
Header.fixedLengthTooShortHandling Cut
Details.addHeaderLine 0
Details.fieldSeparator 'nl'
Trailer.addHeaderLine 0
Trailer.fieldFixedLengths 3,4,2,3,65
the output file that i get is:
GDM001KS  H1CLAIM RESULT DATA             0000008                              
6
GEEKS  E1END         
What i need to do to get attributes in file?
Thanks
Tomer

Hi
Assuming the scenario you are trying to implement is XML file to Flat file. You need to map the input structure including attributes to the flat file structure. Then in your content conversion output the flat file structure.
Thanks
Damien

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