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Assign XSLT Mapping To Interface Mapping ...

Hi all!

I have created a XSLT mapping (for splitting a large message into separate parts via ccBPM), zipped it and imported it into the IR. But when I try to choose this XSLT Mapping in my Interface Mapping it says <b>"No matches found ..."</b> - If I explicitly try to drag the Imported Archive to the Mapping Area it says: <b>"<name of Archive> does not have a program"</b>???

How can I pick the XSL mapping for a specific Interface Mapping. How does the Integration Builder search for "suitable" XSLT Mapping Archives? (any mandatory namespace declarations, ...)?

<b>What is missing?</b>

I'm on SP13 / XI 3.0.

Many thanks for any input!

Andy

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    Oct 03, 2005 at 02:31 PM

    Yes Vishnu!

    I switched to "XSL" for the type - and the Imported Archive resides in the same namespace than the Source

    and Target Interface ...

    I simply cannot "pick it" as XSLT mapping in the Interface mapping - IB "does not recognize it"???

    Thanks, Andi

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    Oct 03, 2005 at 02:26 PM

    Hi Andy,

    I quite did not get your problem,

    But did you select the TYPE as XSL (the default is Message 'mapping') in the mapping program part in you Interface Mapping Object (after selecting the Source/ Target Interface, above)

    Hope this helps to fix your problem

    Regards

    Vishnu

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    Oct 03, 2005 at 02:30 PM

    Hi Andrea,

    Hope you created the imported archive in the same namespace of your interface mapping.

    If this done then on selecting the mapping type as XSL in the mapping program search help you'll be able to see the following

    a) Program Type : XSL

    b) Program Name : Name of your xsl file which does the mapping.

    c) Imported Archive Name: The name in which the above is held..

    Cheers

    JK

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