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Function Model undefined

Hi Gurus,

Seems like there is no solution yet to this problem.

I have a File to Idoc scenario. When I changed the data type of the structure coming from the source, i could not view the mapping anymore. when i change the signature, my mapping was totally deleted. is there anyway i can fix this without deleting the mapping?


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    Jun 21, 2011 at 04:19 AM

    That is how it works, if root element name gets changed or major chnages in structure or if you use different data type you will lose all mapping.

    but if you are on PI 7.1 you have an option to keep old mapping logic.

    my advice to you use copy existing mapping (back)and change data type in orginal mapping and complete mapping once again be refering copied back up mapping.



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    • Former Member Former Member

      From what i read in the blog 8662 it is mentioned that you get the functionality when a target structure is changed....however in your case you have to deal with source structure change:

      From blog 8662:
      Note that the "Correct Structural Inconsistencies" function appears only if, at the very least, a field used in a target-field 
      mapping cannot be found when a mapping is opened or a new message is introduced.

      so for you there seems to be only one option available....redo the mapping!

  • Jun 21, 2011 at 06:43 AM


    In your message mapping, there is an option to view the history go to Message Mapping -> History. From that window, you will see past versions of your mapping, click on a version and then click the folder button. If you want the older version, just click edit on it, save and activate.

    Hope this helps,


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