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Complex mapping in xi 3.0

Hello all,

I have some difficulty to make a mapping from the IDoc DESDAV.DELVRY03 to a standard structure for EDI.

My structure of Idoc is :

.

.

E1EDL37

vhart

exidv

E1EDL44

exidv

E1EDL37-VHART allow us to know if it's a pallet or an item

E1EDL44-EXIDV allow us to know the item number we have to match with E1EDL37-EXIDV

My output standart structure is :

Seg1 (shipment)

Seg2 (Order)

Seg3 (Pallet)

Seg4 (Item)

My problem is that Seg3 and Seg4 are at same hierarchical level ! So it gives for me :

Seg1

Seg2

Seg3

Pallet 1

Pallet 2

Seg4

Item 1

Item 2

Item 3

also that my client wants the structure like this:

Seg1

Seg2

Seg3

Pallet1

Seg4

Item 1

Seg3

Pallet2

Seg4

Item 2

Item 3

he doesn't want to modify the standard output so how can i have this result ??? Is it possible in graphical mapping ?

The goal is to have the pallet with their own item in the output structure.

Thanks by advance

Edited by: Jean-Philippe PAIN on Jul 5, 2008 10:49 PM

Edited by: Jean-Philippe PAIN on Jul 5, 2008 10:54 PM

Edited by: Jean-Philippe PAIN on Jul 5, 2008 10:54 PM

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    Posted on Jul 07, 2008 at 10:16 PM

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