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Mapping templates in PI 7.0
By Sunil Ojha, Capgemini
Templates are for extending the reusability of mapping objects in XI. They are
created based on data type and can be saved as mapping templates.
template can be reused or loaded into other message mapping or mapping
It is a
Standard schema for describing the message structure at runtime.
templates can be defined for:
mapping for which you want to create the mapping template, choose source and
target node and choose the mapping and click the Create Template based
name and description of the Mapping Template and Click the Create
Activate the Mapping Template Created.
mapping template has been created.
Mapping Templates Used
the entire mapping templates used in a particular message mapping, choose Message
Mapping -->Mapping Templates Used.
order to use the mapping template that has been created create a mapping and
Click on Show suitable Templates.
Templates suitable for the mapping between from the Source to Destination Data
mapping will be displayed as in the mapping template.
templates are data type based; we will make some change in data type and new
field in structure to demonstrate the same:
will make some change in source message mapping (mapping from where we made
templates or in template based mapping).
template which was created based on the above message mapping, though there is a
change in the message mapping, those changes does not effect Mapping Template.
But when we make the changes in the data type that is used in the Message
mapping, those changes affect Mapping Template, hence Mapping Templates are
based on data types, which are created from Message Mappings.
the mapping where we used this template, only data type effect will be there.
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