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Enhancement to Zip/Unzip functionality

Zip/Unzip Xprocessor available on BPN are limited.
We have a requirement for a big EMEA client to be able to accept Zipped files (7z,pkzip,zip could be used as extension) with multiple files and we have to unzip it on GIODE and process individual files.
So if the Unzip Xprocessor could be enhanced to unzip a zipped file and stored first files as primary document and all other files as Attachment it would do the trick

Zip Xprocessor only allows you to zip a file to .zip format. We need .7z and .pkzip extensions to be also available.

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  • Jul 18 2019
  • Needs review
How will this idea be used?

1)Unzip a file to be able to play around with documents in it. For example use the first file in zipped file to translate and the remaining file can us used to either encode in base64 using ITX translation or other function like routing
2) Receive a file and decode a base64 form file and attach it to attachement so we have 2 or more files in a packet to be zipped together before sending it out of GIODE again.

What is your industry? Other
What is the idea priority? High
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