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Graphical mapping question

Hi, I'd like to create a graphical map from a structure which occurs multiple times to a flat structure

Source:

<firstname>

<name>

n1

</name>

<name>

n2

</name>

<name>

n3

</name>

</firstname>

Target

<Names>

name1

name2

name3

</Names>

Could anyone help solve this issue (XI 3.0)

Thanks

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2004 at 06:16 PM

    Are the number of names coming in and out variable?

    If so, I believe you would have one name field in the source and the target structure, the occurrence of the field would be 0 to unbounded. Then map the two fields together and each occurence of the source structure should create an entry on the flat structure. You may have to set the context of the source name up to the highest level. this is just off the top of my head, since I don't have access to XI right now. If you still have problems let me know and I will hash it out Monday when I am in the office.

    Kind Regards,

    Chris

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2004 at 04:11 PM

    It works

    Thank you

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