I am stuck with a strange problem in my mapping. It is a M:N scenario mapping where we have multiple IDocs in source as well as in target.
For example, in source Queue-1 I am getting values as [SUPPRESS, true, true, true, true] and in the in source Queue-2 I am getting the values as [1,2,3,4,5]. I used MapWithDefault function to match the number of values in both the queues but in the target IDoc the node (say TMPN) is created only 4 times because of the condition put at the target node. So, the target node should have values as [1,2,3,4] but it gets values as [2,3,4,5] because the first target TMPN node is not created in the first target IDoc. I can provide you with the skeleton of the map. Hope this will give you a fair idea. Let me know if you require more details.
1. Target Structure:
IDoc - No TMPN Node
IDoc - 1 TMPN Node
IDoc - 2 TMPN nodes
IDoc - 1 TMPN node
Condition put on target TMPN_Node ---> (created only 4 times due to condition)
2. Mapping Skeleton:
Values coming from Q1 (SUPPRESS, true, true, true, true) --->
\===>FORMATBYEXAMPLE+SPLITBYVALUE==> TMPN-F0 
/ TMPN-F0 
Values coming from Q2 (1,2,3,4,5) -
> TMPN-F0 
Where F0 is the field which is created when TMPN Node is created. So, if TMPN gets created 6 times, the F0 gets created 6 times.
Please let me know if there is an alternative to this problem. How can I have values as [1,2,3,4] in field F0 instead of [2,3,4,5]