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Handling target xml with more than two levels of nesting

Post Author: jlpete72

CA Forum: Data Integration

I am wondering if DI can handle more than 2 levels of nesting in an output xml schema. I have tried to construct such an xml schema and don't see a way to nest a schema within a schema. When I use another tool to create the xml schema with 3 or more layers, I can map the source to target schemas ok, but get a cartesian product on execution for the nested levels below the 2nd level. This is seen regardless of the from and where clause restrictions. I have tested my where clauses on the lower levels in sql and they are not being respected by DI.

I have established a separate input datasource for each level in the transform and tried every combination of from/where clauses I can think of. Nothing seems to make an appreciable difference.

Any ideas would be appreciated.

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 02:40 PM

    Post Author: bhofmans

    CA Forum: Data Integration

    Sure no problem.

    Here's a wiki site with some usefull tips and tricks (including samples) maintained by Werner Daehn :

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