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Mapping, Condition on Node

Hi Expert

I have a simple requirement, but not sure how to do it in BPM mapping.

Below is my Source and target Structures.

Source: Target:

sRecord 0..unbounded tRecord 0..unbounded

value 0..1 Value 0..1

deleteFlag 0..1

I can get multiple sRecords, with some having DeleteFlag = X and others with no DeleteFlag field.

I have to create target record only when delete flag field does not exist.

If DeleteFlag does not exist , then create tRecord.

Example input


value 1


value 2

deleteFlag X


value 3

deleteFlag X


value 4


value 5

In above case target record should be created only for value 1,4 and 5

Please advice

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  • Posted on Jun 15, 2016 at 11:11 PM

    Hi Osman,

    try with the filter function in the mapping (Rules and Functions -> Generic)

    for more information on the generic functions, please check the below link

    Generic Functions - SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment Library - SAP Library

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    • Former Member Former Member

      The filter function should work but it seems to have problems with namespaces etc. I've seen several cases where I couldn't get the filter function to work. A relatively easy alternative if the filter function doesn't work out is to implement a web service as EJB that does the filtering for you.

      This also makes it easier to implement complicated filter and you'll see the filter step in your process.

      Best regards,


  • Posted on Jul 29, 2016 at 03:38 AM

    Hi Jabri,

    You can use the standard function filter to do the job.

    filter(sRecord, "") should be the namespace of your xsd which defines the data types of your sRecord.

    This should solve your issue.



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