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Message Mapping depending on content

Hi

I have the following source:

<record> (0..unbound)

<localDmdUnit>0899878244</localDmdUnit> (0..1)

<localPackSize>1</localPackSize> (0..1)

<markForDeletion>1</markForDeletion> (0..1)

</record>

and the target

<LoadEntityLoekz> (0..unbound) mapped with record

<EntityLoekz action="UPDATE_INSERT">

<table>STSC.ENTITYLOEKZ</table>

<access>

<ITEM></ITEM>

<LOC></LOC>

</access>

<key>

<ITEM></ITEM>

</key>

</EntityLoekz>

</LoadEntityLoekz>

In the source the <markForDeletion> can be 0 or 1. If it is 1 the <record> should be mapped with the target, otherwise <LoadEntityLoekz> should not be created.

i've tried with this mapping but it doesn' work:

record -> exists \

-> AND -> createIf -> LoadEntityLoekz

if (markForDeletion == 1) /

Nothing will be mapped

Any idea?

Thanks

Ronny

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  • Best Answer
    Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 02:11 PM

    Hi,

    You may use this mapping:

    markForDeletion --> removeContext --> equalsS: 1 --> ifWithoutElse --> LoadEntityLoekz

    record -


    > removeContext -


    > /

    Hope this helps,

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 02:06 PM

    Ronny,

    I'd say the IF without Else function should work, as long as the loop determination is correct.

    I currently don't have a PI system which i can test this in but as far as i can remember the IFWithoutElse should do the trick

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