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Output of IfWithElse is Suppressed

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I have a mapping logic which has a IfWithElse function; this function shows proper input (for else part) but the output is SUPPRESSED when Display Queue is choosed. Also the target field is not getting filled.

When the IF part is satisfied I get proper output and value comes in Target field. However when the ELSE is executed the output is SUPPRESSED. Why does this happen and how to avoid this?

Please let me know the solution to this.

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2010 at 09:19 AM


    I think you have to check the input that you are passing to else part and also check the output of the else part.If you are using some more standard function after IF then you should check the input and output of each using the Display Queue.

    Thanks and Regards,

    Kubra Fatima.

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    • You are getting supressed because your logic says so. When you delete NODE1 the if part doesn't get any value and hence everything gets suppressed. 
      For your logic to work fine the field should be present but without any value. Deleting the field altogether leads to teh SUPPRESSED thing.

      Thanks for the detailed information, it was indeed a big blunder from my end.

      Problem solved.

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