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that's probably not done with one transformer. I'd use a StringSearcher or SubstringExtractor to get the characters that make Problems. You can then try if a StringReplacer can replace the characters. If again a the german characters are not replaced correctly you could analyse the ASCII code with the CharacterCodeExtractor and replace it with ...


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I think the key is setting your data to be read in the correct order. Flat files can be controlled better (more easily) than the way they are stored in a database. single clipper, multiple clippers, and clippers first are more geared to performance handling The 'Clippers First' setting (under Clipper Type) tells FME that the flow of data is A) all Clipper ...


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Turns out, I didn't need to use a VariableRetriever or VariableSetter transformer. I first create the attributes that will hold the bounds: Then I pass that to the PythonCaller and expose those attributes. The code looks like this: import fmeobjects import csv # Template Function interface: def getBounds(feature): global XMIN global XMAX ...


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Finally solved it; the WorkspaceRunner must have the pathname attribute in the Source Esri Shape File(s) parameter box; i.e. the 'path_windows' attribute (not 'path_filename' or any other) BUT, in conjunction with this, when using the PATH reader, you must set the path filter parameter (available when setting up the PATH reader to begin with) to *.shp and ...



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