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XI 2.0 Java Mapping Examples

I am continually running into problems getting the graphical mapping tool to map the way I would like it to, therefore I would like to try developing some Java Mappings.

Question 1.

When passing control over to Java Mapping program (execute(InputStream in, ...)), will it receive the entire document from XI or just pieces at a time?

Question 2.

Does anyone have any examples of Java Mappings including input and expected output files that they can email me? (I will post my email after I know someone has)

Question 3.

Is there any special packaging I need to be aware of for my Java Mapping to work? ... is it just a standard jar I put it in?

Please feel free to respond if you have any or all of the answers.


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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Feb 16, 2005 at 09:22 AM


    did you see the "How to Implement Java Mapping" document available on the SAP Service Marketplace? Here is the path to it: -> Implementation -> Implementation Tips&Tricks -> Design -> How to Implement Java Mapping.

    Hope that helps!

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    • Former Member Larry Chaput

      Hi Larry,

      yes, the document contains code samples with both SAX and DOM parsers, input and otput parameters, etc. However, I cannot be sure this is exactly what you're looking for.. So give it a try...

      Here're some further notes on how to find the document. Clicking on the Implementation Tips&Tricks link from the lefthand side tree opens a page in the right frame. At the bottom of this page you'll find the Design link, below which the actual document is located.

      However, if you still have problems finding it on service marketplace, mail me at and I'll send the document with the reply.

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