Message Type in XML ??

Hi guys - I have a problem with the name of my MT name being part of the internal XML structure.
I have an incoming XML message from a 3rd. party supplier wich looks lige this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
- <Header>
- <Lines>
After seting this up in PI my own xml structure looks like this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
- <MT_BYGLET_ORDER> (I have to call my message type something!)
- <Header>
- <Lines>
As the two structures are not alike, becaouse of the MT name,  my mapping is not working.
Any good ideas how I can make these to stuctures work together. 
Thanks

Yes, there is should be a root element, if your sender system can't create it (sometimes we can't get them change their system)  then you need to write an XSLT or Java mapping to add a root segment and add it before MM in OM.
thanks..
Karna...

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    2009.03.03 at 11:31:22:008: Thread-24: B2B - (DEBUG) oracle.tip.adapter.b2b.msgproc.DbAccess:updateWireBusinessToErrorState Creating new b2berror object
    2009.03.03 at 11:31:22:008: Thread-24: B2B - (DEBUG) oracle.tip.adapter.b2b.msgproc.DbAccess:updateWireBusinessToErrorState Updating business message error information
    2009.03.03 at 11:31:22:024: Thread-24: B2B - (DEBUG) oracle.tip.adapter.b2b.msgproc.DbAccess:updateWireBusinessToErrorState Exit
    2009.03.03 at 11:31:22:024: Thread-24: B2B - (DEBUG) oracle.tip.adapter.b2b.engine.Engine:handleOutboundException Updating Native Event Tbl Row
    2009.03.03 at 11:31:22:024: Thread-24: B2B - (DEBUG) oracle.tip.adapter.b2b.msgproc.DbAccess:DbAccess:updateNativeEvtTblRow Enter
    2009.03.03 at 11:31:22:024: Thread-24: B2B - (DEBUG) oracle.tip.adapter.b2b.msgproc.DbAccess:
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