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XI Mappings?

Hi

I am working on Ep and is in the process of getting an overview of XI. Heard of the Java mapping.

well I would like to know the mappings available in XI and more info about this Java mapping, since I am working on Java, this Java mapping is what caught my attention.

any links specific links for the same?

Thanks in Advance.

Arun

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    Former Member
    Apr 10, 2007 at 08:51 AM

    I have send the doc....do let me know in case of any more doubt

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  • Apr 10, 2007 at 08:20 AM

    Hi,

    check the following blogs:

    /people/thorsten.nordholmsbirk/blog/2006/08/10/using-jaxp-to-both-parse-and-emit-xml-in-xi-java-mapping-programs

    /people/stefan.grube/blog/2006/10/23/testing-and-debugging-java-mapping-in-developer-studio

    Regards,

    Anuradha

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    Apr 10, 2007 at 08:23 AM

    Hi Stelman,

    <b>When we use java mapping:</b>

    There are no hard and fast rules!

    Java Mapping is used when the mapping is complex and there is a deep nested strcutue!

    <b>Few links:</b>

    /people/prasad.ulagappan2/blog/2005/06/29/java-mapping-part-i

    /people/prasad.ulagappan2/blog/2005/06/29/java-mapping-part-ii

    /people/prasad.ulagappan2/blog/2005/06/29/java-mapping-part-iii

    we develop java code in any IDE..mostly we can use SAP netweaver developer stuido..

    1) using SAX or DOM parsign techniques we can develop the java mapping.

    2) Create java code with out main method.

    3) Create the jar file in the commond promot.

    4) we will be using the jar file in to IR.

    5) Open Ir and go to your software component and select the Imported objects and select new and give the name and select the your jar file which you created and save it.

    6) Go to interface mapping and select the class as java and select the mapping program of java.

    Hope i am clear.

    Please let me know if you have any queries..!

    Thanks and Regards,

    Chandu.

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    Apr 10, 2007 at 08:19 AM

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    Hi,

    Java mapping are Mapping programs implemented in Java.

    These are the steps u should follow..

    1. Develop your Java code locally

    e.g. with your IDE

    2. Create a .jar or a .zip

    2.1 Using the jar command of

    the jdk

    2.2 Using a built-in IDE

    functionality

    3. Create a new Imported Archive

    and import the .jar to the

    Integration Repository

    I have a number of documents on the same give me ur mail ID so that i can sendit to u.

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  • Apr 10, 2007 at 08:21 AM

    hi all thanks for the quick respo

    my mail id is

    aruncgjacob@rediffmail.com

    Thanks

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  • Apr 10, 2007 at 08:31 AM

    hi man,

    Those SAX and Dom parsing..in simple words...blogs are ok I am going through them.

    could you pls explain them..

    somehow I got an overview of the mappings

    Thanks

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    Steelman

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    Former Member
    Apr 16, 2007 at 09:12 AM

    Hi have send the doc..Do let me know if u need more

    Regards

    Krishnagopal

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