CSVFile straight TO a XML File

I am trying to read a csv file and transfer it to a XML file without storing the objects to a database I have this code here doing the reading and have another method transferring the object read to a file but the reading one reads fine when it comes to the converting one I run to problems nothing happens any help appreciated

ClassMethod Write(obj, directory As %String = "C:\40_Test\") As %Status
{
    set writer=##class(%XML.Writer).%New()
    set writer.Indent=1

  
    // set the file
 
     Set filename=directory_"Generatedfile"_".xml"
    set status=writer.OutputFilename(filename)
    if $$$ISERR(status) {
        do $System.Status.DisplayError(status)
        quit $$$ERROR($$$GeneralError, "Output destination not valid")
    }

    set status=writer.RootObject(obj)
    if $$$ISERR(status) {
        do $System.Status.DisplayError(status)
        quit $$$ERROR($$$GeneralError, "Error writing root object")
    }
       
    quit status
}

//reads in a csv file
ClassMethod ImportCSV(pInput As %Stream.Object)
{
   set adapter =##class(%Stream.FileCharacter).%New()
  
  set status=adapter.LinkToFile(pInput)
  
  if $$$ISERR(status)
  {
   do $System.Status.DisplayError(status)
  }
  
  set counter =1
  
  while 'adapter.AtEnd
  {
   set line=adapter.ReadLine()
   
   set rec= ##class(TestEnvironment.HRecord).%New()
   
   set rec.OrCode=$piece(line,",",1)
   set rec.Name=$piece(line,",",2)
   set rec.Type=$piece(line,",",3)
   set rec.Security=$piece(line,",",4)
   set rec.Age=$piece(line,",",5)
   set rec.Gender=$piece(line,",",6)
   set rec.TotalCount=$piece(line,",",7)
   set rec.BOccupied=$piece(line,",",8)
   set rec.DTBCount=$piece(line,",",9)
   set rec.LBCount=$piece(line,",",10)
   set rec.Available=$piece(line,",",11)
   set rec.Warn=$piece(line,",",12)
   set rec.LastU=$piece(line,",",13)
   

         Set savestatus=rec.%Save()
              
      if $$$ISERR(savestatus)
    {
     do $System.Status.DisplayError(status)
    }
   
    }
   
    //if error found during processing,show it
    if $$$ISERR(status)
    {
     do $System.Status.DisplayError(status)
    }
   
    //Check for error during convertion
     set convert=1
    Try
    {
     set convert = ##class(TestEnvironment.HRecord).Write(rec)
     }
     Catch
     {
      set convert=0
     }
    
    If (convert '=1)
    {
        Write "Convertion did not take place "
        Quit
        }
}

 

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Hi Thembelani!

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