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Message Mapping

Hi Gurus,

I am trying to do a message mapping as below, is there anything wrong to do it this way, since the source Message don't have Header.

Thanks in advance


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    Posted on Jan 14, 2016 at 03:03 AM

    Hi Blue

    It depends on what is your mapping requirement. If your target structure does not need any Header fields to be mapped or all of them can be mapped with constants, then that is fine.

    Your source and target structure has RecordSet node. Are you performing FCC on both sender and receiver side?

    If you need further help, sharing further what you are trying to achieve would be useful for us to understand the requirement.


    Eng Swee

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  • Posted on Jan 14, 2016 at 03:28 AM

    Hi Blue,

    If your record set structure is Record,* then your source structure is right.



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      Hi Praveen,

      Thank you for the response.

      But I can't get the mapping activated and I am not sure how to map Header node in target, I used Constant for Header node, not only the fields under Header node. It could be a problem here, but I don't know how to map the Header


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