XDOLoader : Wrapper Tool

The attached tool is a wrapper on top of XDOLoader. This is a convenience tool to scan all files in the directory from which the command is run and uploads them to the database.
Download here (https://sites.google.com/a/applikast.net/applikast/file-cabinet/xdoload.pl?attredirects=0&d=1)
Also create a file called install.txt in your installation directory with the following contents and replace with the appropriate values:


Ensure that each entry remains on a different line in the text file. It is also important that the text file doesn't have any ^M characters.

Please note that the xml publisher files should follow the naming convention that is followed by XDOLoader DOWNLOAD. This helps the tool identify the Product short name/ lob code and the lob type as well. Once these are derived the only parameter that is needed to run xdoloader is the apps password that is passed as a commandline argument.
Sample files names when downloaded using XDOLoader download are:

The file in the link needs to be downloaded and renamed as xdoload.pl

Once this is done you can run this in your unix shell as
perl xdoload.pl apps_pwd

You can put this in the /bin directory and create an alias so that you don't need to type perl xdoload.pl all the time.
eg. cp xdoload.pl $CUSTOM_TOP/bin
alias xdoload='perl $CUSTOM_TOP/bin/xdoload.pl'.
Then run the command using xdoload directly

This wrapper internally calls out to the XDOLoader class with the appropriate parameters as described in the post: Migrating BI Publisher Files: using XDOLoader FNDLOAD
Please do leave your feedback and comments it will help me provide something more meaningful going forward.


  1. Interesting stuff!!.
    It would be really helpful if you could also talk about the APIs which you have used to create this perl script.

    This way one would not have to understand your perl file if one needs to create his own version.


  2. This is fantastic. Thanks for your time and effort. helped me a lot. God bless you. Just a suggestion - you would have much more feedback, if it would have been straight forward rather then Google etc sign in and all.


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