Receiving file adapter content conversion issue

Guys,
Could someone please help me with a Receiving file adapter issue?
My output structure is something like this:
Vendor_file_MT (occurence 1)
--Recordset (occurence 0..unbounded)
Vendor (occurence 1)
Field1
Field2
Field3
Field73
Field74
My content conversion is very simple:
Recordset Structure: Vendor
Parameters:
  Vendor.fieldFixedLengths   30,30,30, (...) ,1,27
  Vendor.fixedLengthTooShortHandling   Cut
  Vendor.endSeparator   'nl'
If I don't do the content conversion, it works fine, I get all the fields in the XML format.
When I do the content conversion however, I get multiple lines but only the very first field of each line.
What could be the problem? What am I missing here? Any idea?
Your help would be much appreciated.
Thanks,
Viktor

Varga:
Its little strange that its not working even after adding that.  Did you check the receiver channel in your RWB for any logs. Add the statement in my previous post and Also try to clear the Cache and activate the channel again..See if it works
Glad it worked
Edited by: Guru on Apr 21, 2008 3:15 PM

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