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Value mapping in xslt mapping


I have 2 mapping program one is main .xsl program and other one is value mapping program .xsl .

I have zipped both the program and imported into Imported archive in IR but while testing in interface mapping i am getting error.

error:could not compile xslt stylsheet.

Some of the interface having one .xsl program and value mapping is also defined in the main program itself,these interface i am able to execute successfully but unable to execute wherever there are 2 program (main prog + value mapping).

It seems that value mapping is not loading / executing.

Can anyone please guide me how to call value mapping using xslt mapping?



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  • Posted on Aug 19, 2009 at 11:30 AM

    When you say you have two XSL file, do you want to execute both the mappings in your scenario?

    If yes, then in your Interface Mapping, you need to use both th XSL files. Before that you need to make sure that mapping in XSL is done based to accommodate multiple mappings.



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    Posted on Aug 19, 2009 at 08:06 PM

    Hi Panguluri,

    Instead of using value mapping using xsl, you can create the value mapping in ID and can access from the xsl mapping only. If you are ok with this approach then please see this blog:




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      You can access value mapping table from XSLT mapping using XVIM class and i just implemented las week in one of my interface. It works fine.

      Please visit.

      Accessing ID Value Mapping table in XSLT


      I am not sure if this blog is accessible now.if not please get in touch me.i will send it you.



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