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Hi All,

Can anyone let me know how to import the xsl mapping from PI into Altova mapforce and customize the same by adding new field.



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  • Posted on Mar 26, 2015 at 07:05 PM

    From Export option of Imported Archive in PI, download the ZIP / jar file which includes XSL file and upload / import in MapForce.

    Check: Step-By-Step Guide on File to File Using Xslt Mapping

    XSLT Mapping Steps - Process Integration - SCN Wiki

    Steps for creating XSL file using this tool:

    1. Open the Alto MapForce, import the source .xml and .xsd file in it
    2. Similarly import the target .xml and .xsd in MapForce.
    3. These two data files should match with source and target data types in Integration Repository.
    4. Complete the graphical mapping using extensive list of XSLT functions available there.
    5. Save the mapping file.
    6. Click the XSLT tab. You will have the entire xslt logic there.
    7. Copy that content and save it as .xsl file.
    8. Zip above .xsl file and import the same into IR under Imported Archives.
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  • Posted on Mar 27, 2015 at 11:55 AM

    Hi Nabendu,

    Could you please let me know if there is any way to import the existing xsl from PI into mapforce. I have the sender and receiver interface .xsd files too. My requirement is to add a new field in the existing xsl mapping.

    Kindly suggest.



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