Error loading file

Developer
Dec 12, 2013 at 9:12 AM
I performed the following operation:

SEPAFileParser sepaFileParser = new SEPAFileParser();
object obj = sepaFileParser.LoadFromFile(@"c:\test.xml"); I get the following error message:

"The Type PAIN.pain_008_001_02
is currently not supported."

Thanks in advance
Jun 5, 2014 at 9:16 AM
Edited Jun 5, 2014 at 9:17 AM
Same here.

I'm trying to create PAIN 008 001 02, but I'm not able. I don't know how to code InitgPty.Id's Party6Choice class.
   public void TCDevMEthod()
    {

        CustomerDirectDebitInitiationV02 dd = new CustomerDirectDebitInitiationV02();
        GroupHeader39 header = new GroupHeader39();

        header.MsgId = "MESSAGEID";
        header.CreDtTm = DateTime.Now;
        header.NbOfTxs = "149";
        header.CtrlSum = 75049.30M;

        header.InitgPty.Nm = "COMPANY NAME";
        header.InitgPty.Id = new Party6Choice() {
            Item = ????????????????????
        }

       dd.GrpHdr = header;
So I tryied reverse engineering, parsing a sample xml file I've and using SEPAFileParser as abet_ho did, but I get the same error: 008_001_02 not supported.

Is It correct?
Also, an example of usage will be appretiated.
Jun 8, 2014 at 2:49 PM
Did anyone find a solution for this issue ? I have the exacly same problem, it says the "The Type PAIN.pain_008_001_02 is currently not supported."
Jun 9, 2014 at 8:22 AM
neves82 wrote:
Did anyone find a solution for this issue ? I have the exacly same problem, it says the "The Type PAIN.pain_008_001_02 is currently not supported."
Neves,

Seems the problem is with a XML Choice element not being rendered correctly.
This project was created using a codeplex tool XSD2CODE, which is very generalistic in my opinion. Goog tool, but the classes created need to tweak a little bit to meet your needs.
Seems this project is dead, so I decided create my own SEPA parser. I'm working now on Pain 008.001.02 scheme. I can provide you when finished, maybe this week if I've enought time to complete.
Coordinator
Dec 15, 2014 at 9:38 PM
Hey all,
Zikiro is right.

Most Work was done with XSD2Code. However...currently if a given scheme is not found as a class within the assembly you get the message "not supported" .
The Project is not really dead....just sleeping..a long long sleep.

Too much work in other projects