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Outbound Proxy is generating Mapping Transformation XSLT error in SPROXY Test


Hi,

I have searched already online but i am unable to find anything relevant.

The scenario is that I have an Inbound proxy for processing the incoming payload and in this code the call is made to the oubound proxy method and i am gettin the MAPPING.TRANSFORMER_EXCEPTION Exception occurred during XSLT mapping of the application

CALL METHOD outbound_obj->shipment_status_notification_o

EXPORTING

output = wa_orders_request_out

IMPORTING

input = wa_orders_response_out.

We just updated the orders_request_out  with a single field and activated and regnerated the proxy in ECC and i can now see the updated structure.

However, if i take the payload from production and just pass the payload in debug to the above method call  in both Dev and QA with the added field, I am getting the above error.

I cannot do the proxy debug in production unfortunately so i cannot see if this is happening only in Dev and QA.

Can anyone please help me as this is urgent and If i can get past this error  i can actually test if processing is working as expected?

Regards,

Archana

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2 Answers

  • Aug 14, 2014 at 10:06 AM

    Hi,

    Can you check if the field you have added is mandatory (1..1)? That could explain why the call is failing.

    Regards,

    Mark

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    • A S Mark Dihiansan

      Hi Mark,

      I have checked and the Message Types are all green.

      I am not sure where to check.

      I have made structure adjustments before and have not faced this issue.

      Regards,

      Archana

  • Aug 14, 2014 at 01:25 PM

    check field type and max length.

    To check if this is cache issue: Try some dummy change in Service Interface in PI and then save & activate. Once done, run SPROXY to re-generate the proxy.

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