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XSLT Mapping

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XSLT Mapping Within SAP XI

You can create XSLT mapping programs either as ABAP-XSL transformations or directly in XSLT.  XSLT is a transformation language used to describe
transformations of XML files. To transform an XML file, you require the source document, the transformation statements (known as an XSL stylesheet), and an XSLT engine to process the statements. You develop and test the stylesheet externally in an appropriate XSLT editor before importing it to the Integration Repository.

  • Develop the XSLT mapping program (stylesheet) locally.
  • Create an archive (JAR or Zip) for the stylesheet.
  •  Create an Imported Archive in the Integration Repository.
  • Import the stylesheet archive into the Integration Repository.
  • Reference the XSLT mapping program in the interface mapping.

If necessary, you can edit the XSLT file after it has been imported. (NOTE)

In the figure Example of an XSLT Mapping, the source field Class is mapped to the target field Class. The value business is mapped to the value 2.

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You have the option of using XPath statements in XSLT mappings. Like XSLT, XPath is an XML specification. You can use XPath to address any elements in an XML document. XSLT uses XPath to select substructures in XML documents. The required transformations are executed for these substructures by using templates defined in XSLT.

You can use the XSLT tags <xsl:include> and <xsl:import> to read templates for substructures. In this way, you can break down a large XSLT
mapping program into smaller packages, and save them in one or more archives. Furthermore, you can reuse XSLT templates for data types because they can be called in other XSLT mappings.

  • XSLT mapping: transforms an XML document
  • XPath: localizes substructures in an XML document
  • <xsl:include> and <xsl:import> enable you to import further XSLT files
  • <xsl:param> enables the runtime constants to be accessed
  • External Java methods can be called in XSLT mappings

"Using Java Methods in XSLT"


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Multi-mapping

, 22 2011 . 11:44 +

Multi-Mapping as an Advanced Message-Mapping Option

Until now, mapping programs were used to create 1:1 mappings between source and target messages. However, now that integration processes are used to process multiple messages within SAP XI, 1:1 mappings will not always suffice. For example, an integration process might be designed to wait for multiple messages to arrive before processing all messages and sending them to a receiver.

It is exactly these special options for mapping abstract interfaces used in integration processes that are provided by multi-mappings. The actual mapping is created in the mapping editor.

  • n:1 mapping: Multiple messages are combined into one message (for example, multiple purchase orders are combined to make just single purchase order).
  • 1:n mapping: One large message is split into multiple individual messages (for example, one large purchase order is divided into the individual purchase order items).
  • n:m mapping: n source messages are transformed into m target messages.

Multi-mappings reference multiple message structures. All source messages are put in one source structure and all target messages are put in one target structure. For this reason, technically speaking, the mapping program is executed between a source structure and a target structure.

The concept of multi-mappings is illustrated in the figure Example of an n:m Multi-Mapping.

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The mapping program creates the values of the target message types Order and OrderInfo from the values of the message types OrderHeader and OrderItem. In this case, only an n:2 multi-mapping is executed. On both sides, the message types are under the root element Messages (the name cannot be changed) and under the elements Message1 and Message2. The sequence is specified by the configuration in the message editor.

The figure Configuration of an n:m Multi-Mapping in the Mapping Editor shows the procedure in the mapping editor.

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Depending on the sequence of the inserted message types in the input field on the Messages tab page, the messages will also be made available in the structure overview on the Design tab page. In the next step, you define the mapping program in the data-flow editor.

The following restriction applies for the source and target messages that you reference from a message mapping: The source and target messages can be in a different software component version (SWCV) to the message mapping, but they must both originate from the same SWCV (and, if applicable, underlying SWCV).



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Mapping. Standart Functions

, 22 2011 . 10:55 +

Predefined Standard Functions for Message Mappings

A simple assignment between source fields and target fields is generally not sufficient. The mapping editor, therefore, provides a variety of standard functions for text mappings, arithmetic calculations, (runtime) constants, conversions, date format conversions, statistical functions for all fields of a context, and functions for special structure mappings. Boolean functions are also available to enable you to implement conditions in your mappings.

In the figure Generic Standard Functions you can see some generic examples of standard functions.

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A function generally requires input values and returns output values. An exception to this are generating functions, such as a constant, which do not require input values. For some functions, you must set parameters; this is indicated by a small icon in the upper left corner. An example of such a property is a separator in the concat function. You can enter values for parameters by double-clicking the function used in the data-flow editor. From a technical viewpoint, all source and target fields are seen as strings. The arguments for and results returned by standard functions are therefore also of the type string. In a mapping, if an import parameter is assigned to a field, which according to XSD definition is assigned to another data type (for example, an integer), then the transferred values are converted to values applicable for the function by using a data type conversion
(casting). If the values cannot be converted successfully, a Java exception is triggered by the mapping runtime.

Some functions and their effects are outlined below. The following figure outlines the standard function concat and how it works.

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