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split Message value in Multi-Mapping

Hello everybody,

I got the following problem with 1:n Mapping

My Source Structure is

<root>

.<element_list> // 1:1

..<element> // 1:unbounded

...<value>

...</value>

..</element>

.</element_list>

</root>

Sample for source structure:

<root>

.<element_list>

..<element>

...<value><b>WILLIAM</b>

...</value>

..</element>

..<element>

...<value><b>RICHARD</b>

...</value>

.</element_list>

</root>

I want to split by multi-mapping!

The target structure looks similar as source target structure (just <element_list> is missing)!

So my structure looks in target:

<Messages>

.<Messages1>

..<element>

...<value>

...</value>

..</element>

.<Messages2>

..<element>

...<value>

...</value>

..</element>

For splitting the <value> tag is responsible:

Every RICHARD should be mapped to <Messages1>

Every WILLIAM should be mapped to <Messages2>

--> so I use the if-function (I dont want to use the SORT function!)

But this seems not to work.

Any suggestions?

Regards Mario

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 04:03 PM

    Hi,

    Have you changed the context of the value to <element>

    IS not data coming or just the first is coming and the rest isn't?

    Regards

    vijaya

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      Hi Vijaya

      annotation:

      I need different messages!

      So in the tab >messages< of massage mapping

      Target Message: The message type must occur in row 1 & 2

      Like in thread: /people/sudharshan.aravamudan/blog/2005/12/01/illustration-of-multi-mapping-and-message-split-using-bpm-in-sap-exchange-infrastructure

      Here: First screen shot under >Message Mapping<

      Did you do this?

      Regards Mario

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      Mario Müller

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