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# 8  
Old 08-27-2013
Did you try my code? It has fixed your issue.
# 9  
Old 08-27-2013
Yes, it produces this:

Code:
2013-,72013-9 (1093:               jms_con.cpp) [140561430333184] DEBUG  - Received XML TextMessage:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><iSig xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/
2013-013-08-16 04:59:03,665 (1070:               jms_con.cpp) [140561430333184] DEBUG  - No ReplyTo queue was specified.
2013-013-08-16 04:59:03,665 (1093:               jms_con.cpp) [140561430333184] DEBUG  - Received XML TextMessage:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><iSig xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/

I need the whole xml message + INFO line with same ID.
# 10  
Old 08-27-2013
I do suggest you use solution I posted in another thread for you.

Modify this some to output to a new file what you want from the log.

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I have divided this into multiple tasks. It may be that someone can join all this together.

1- Find all Session ID form line containing INFO and store it to file **t1**
Code:
awk -F":|," 'FNR==NR && /INFO/ {a[$6$8]++;next} END {for (i in a) print i }' xml_file >t1

2- Remove all log lines (starting with 2013) and store it in **t2**
Code:
awk  '!/^2013/' xml_file >t2

3- Print every XML bulk if it does contain one of the ID found in step 1
Code:
awk 'FNR==NR {a[$1]++;next} FNR==1 {RS="</continueProcessing>"} { for (i in a) {if ($0~i) print}}'  t1 t2

I have assumed that all XML section do end with </continueProcessing>. If that is not true, this will not work.
# 11  
Old 08-27-2013
Yeah, thats ok.

But i need the INFO lines too. Every same ID' to a new file with the xml messages.
# 12  
Old 08-27-2013
Code:
awk -F":|," 'FNR==NR && /INFO/ {a[$6$8]=$0;next} END {for (i in a) print i "|" a[i] }' xml_file >t1

Code:
awk  '!/^2013/' xml_file >t2

Code:
awk -F\| 'FNR==NR {a[$1]=$2;next} FNR==1 {RS="</continueProcessing>"} { for (i in a) {if ($0~i) print a[i] "\n" $0}}'  t1 t2 >new_xml

Code:
cat new_xml
2013-08-16 16:31:45,110 ( 122:            rogate) [98839276727]  INFO  -      UId:11453, GId:2133: new CONX started, Application Context: disconnected
 <version>1</version>
 <sessionId>114532133</sessionId>
 <networkProtocolId>CAPv2</networkProtocolId>
 <trafficType>Forwarding</trafficType>
  <messages>
   <reportNotificationAck/>
 <superviseReq>
 <requestSequenceNr>0</requestSequenceNr>
 <time>60000</time>
 <releaseAfterTimeExpires>false</releaseAfterTimeExpires>
  <playWarningTone>false</playWarningTone>
 </superviseReq>
 <eventReportReq>
 <requestSequenceNr>1</requestSequenceNr>
 <events>
<routeSelectFailure monitorMode="Interrupt"/>
<busy monitorMode="Interrupt"/>
<noAnswer monitorMode="Interrupt">
  <noAnswerTimer>180000</noAnswerTimer>
</noAnswer>
<answer monitorMode="Notify"/>
<disconnectCalling monitorMode="Interrupt"/>
<disconnectCalled monitorMode="Interrupt"/>
<abandon monitorMode="Notify"/>
</events>
</eventReportReq>
<continueProcessing>
<requestSequenceNr>2</requestSequenceNr>
<moreEventsExpected>true</moreEventsExpected>
<interruptEventReceived>true</interruptEventReceived>

This way you have the corresponding INFO line (marked red) above its XML section.

Its not easy to make sure if this is correct with only one XML section (small logfile sample), and no output example.
# 13  
Old 08-27-2013
I can provide a bigger sample of the file.

Code:
2013-08-16 05:08:56,694 ( 225:     cap_ulti_listener.cpp) [140561893431328] DEBUG  - AId:57371, DId:6848: retrieving the full application context from TCAP Context Storage.
2013-08-16 05:08:56,694 (1784:  tcap_context_storage.cpp) [140561893431328] DEBUG  - AId:57371, DId:6848: Retrieving the TCAP context.
2013-08-16 05:08:56,694 (1789:  tcap_context_storage.cpp) [140561893431328] DEBUG  - AId:57371, DId:6848: The TCAP context was FOUND in the internal cache.
2013-08-16 05:08:56,694 ( 231:     cap_ulti_listener.cpp) [140561893431328] DEBUG  - AId:57371, DId:6848: context retrieved successfully.
2013-08-16 05:08:56,695 ( 237:     cap_ulti_listener.cpp) [140561893431328] DEBUG  - AId:57371, DId:6848: going to encode Delimiter (iCAP->iSig).
2013-08-16 05:08:56,695 ( 239:     cap_ulti_listener.cpp) [140561893431328] DEBUG  - AId:57371, DId:6848: encoding of Delimiter (iCAP->iSig) was successful.
2013-08-16 05:08:56,695 ( 256:     cap_ulti_listener.cpp) [140561893431328]  INFO  - AId:57371, DId:6848: onDelimiter handler finished successfully.
2013-08-16 05:08:56,695 ( 992:            capgw_main.cpp) [140561893431328] DEBUG  - AId:57371, DId:6848: decoding of new CAP operation finished.
2013-08-16 05:08:56,695 ( 999:            capgw_main.cpp) [140561893431328]  INFO  - AId:57371, DId:6848: STAT_TCAP_PROCESSING: 0.001235.
2013-08-16 05:08:56,695 ( 767:  tcap_context_storage.cpp) [140561893431328] DEBUG  - AId:57371, DId:6848: updating the Last TCAP Access Time.
2013-08-16 05:08:56,695 ( 804:  tcap_context_storage.cpp) [140561893431328] DEBUG  - AId:57371, DId:6848: new TCAP message detected, no response time can be calculated.
2013-08-16 05:08:56,695 (1008:            capgw_main.cpp) [140561893431328] DEBUG  - AId:57371, DId:6848: TCAP Context Storage updated successfully (received TCAP message).
2013-08-16 05:08:56,695 (  59:     cap_ulti_listener.cpp) [140561893431328] DEBUG  - Returning the actual internal queue: VIRGIN_MTC_REQ.
2013-08-16 05:08:56,695 ( 907:               jms_con.cpp) [140561893431328] DEBUG  - Sending XML TextMessage:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><iSig xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="http://www.inew-cs.com/xml/isig/1.0/camelMessages.xsd"><version>1</version><sessionId>573716848</sessionId><networkProtocolId>CAPv2</networkProtocolId><trafficType>Terminating</trafficType><messages><superviseRes><invokeId>2</invokeId><usedTime>189400</usedTime><callActive>false</callActive></superviseRes><eventReportRes><invokeId>3</invokeId><disconnectCalled monitorMode="Interrupt"/><eventTimeStamp>2013-08-16T05:08:56Z</eventTimeStamp></eventReportRes></messages></iSig>
2013-08-16 05:08:56,695 ( 888:  tcap_context_storage.cpp) [140561893431328] DEBUG  - AId:57371, DId:6848: updating the Last Appl. Access Time.
2013-08-16 05:08:56,695 ( 925:  tcap_context_storage.cpp) [140561893431328] DEBUG  - AId:57371, DId:6848: new Appl. message detected, no response time can be calculated.
2013-08-16 05:08:56,695 (1027:            capgw_main.cpp) [140561893431328] DEBUG  - AId:57371, DId:6848: TCAP Context Storage updated successfully (sent iSig message).
2013-08-16 05:08:56,699 (1070:               jms_con.cpp) [140561430333184] DEBUG  - No ReplyTo queue was specified.
2013-08-16 05:08:56,699 (1093:               jms_con.cpp) [140561430333184] DEBUG  - Received XML TextMessage:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><iSig xmlns:xsi="http://www.xxx.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="http://www.inew-cs.com/xml/isig/1.0/camelMessages.xsd">
  <version>1</version>
  <sessionId>573716848</sessionId>
  <networkProtocolId>CAPv2</networkProtocolId>
  <trafficType>Terminating</trafficType>
  <messages>
    <release>
      <requestSequenceNr>3</requestSequenceNr>
      <cause>32</cause>
    </release>
  </messages>
</iSig>
2013-08-16 05:08:56,699 (1233:            capgw_main.cpp) [140561430333184] DEBUG  - handleISigMessage - start
2013-08-16 05:08:56,699 (1569:     cap_isig_listener.cpp) [140561430333184] DEBUG  - onRelease handler.
2013-08-16 05:08:56,699 (1573:     cap_isig_listener.cpp) [140561430333184] DEBUG  - AId:57371, DId:6848: XML->iCAP:
[Release]
ApplicationId : 57371
DialogId : 6848
InvokeId : 3
Version : v2
Cause : 32

There is an INFO line with AId+DId, and somewhere a DEBUG line with the XML message, with sessionID what is same as AId+UId. I need these INFO + DEBUG line into a new file. Every same lines with the same Id's into a new file.
# 14  
Old 08-27-2013
Did you test my new post?
Still only one xml section with sessionID.
xml section does not have same format as in post #1, and this makes it hard to split this up.
You could zip the complete file, upload it, and then post example on how you like to output.

You have two INFO line with same AId and DId, who should I use?

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