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Topic: REST Web services: How to post parameters in JSON format ?
Posted: Monday, May 11, 2020 12:10:49 PM
Use XMLSpy to create and edit a JSON schema for your parameter structure.
Then, in MapForce, you can simply assign that JSON schema to the web service call component's request side and map the parameter contents into the component.
Topic: Newbie: Mapping XML to EDIFACT
Posted: Monday, May 4, 2020 10:25:07 AM
Usually such messages as "no content is available" are triggered by mapping from some XML element that doesn't have simple content (such as an element that can only contain child elements, or and element with empty content) to some target that expects simple content, e.g. a string.

So I recommend checking your source XML schema - maybe you auto-generated it from an XML instance file that had empty content in that field.
Topic: Insert records with parent child relationship
Posted: Monday, March 23, 2020 2:45:34 PM
Look at the example mapping "Altova_Hierarchical_DB.mfd" that comes with MapForce. It shows how MapForce automatically fills the foreign key in related tables with the primary key from the parent table.
Topic: Looking inside the file
Posted: Friday, March 13, 2020 2:52:45 PM
Mindaugas wrote:
I have a challenge where the client is sending me IFTMIN and IFTMBF files in to a single folder and has no capability to split the files into separate folders or name the files differently.

You can choose more than one message type in an EDI component (as long as both are from the same EDI standard collection). Then you can either combine both of your mappings to XML into one, or you can use this mapping to just detect the message type and output some info into an output file for a following step to run the intended mapping.
Topic: Mapping identical Files in one File
Posted: Tuesday, March 10, 2020 5:15:56 PM
M. Zimmermann wrote:
What is wrong?

If the wildcard matches more than one file, you are trying to create multiple workbooks and worksheets with the same name in the target file. Remove the connections to Workbook, Tabelle1, and Row Number.
Topic: Mapping identical Files in one File
Posted: Monday, March 9, 2020 1:08:37 PM
M. Zimmermann wrote:
Is there a way to map similar input files in one Output file.

Sure. Look at the example mappings MergeMultipleFiles.mfd and MergeMultipleFiles_List.mfd that come with MapForce - the first one uses a wildcard to select the input files, the second uses a file containing a list of file names.

If this does not answer your question, explain more about the structure and contents of your input files and how you want to combine them.
Topic: Generate Java code
Posted: Friday, March 6, 2020 5:33:22 PM
Like this:
Topic: split big output XML to smaller output XML's
Posted: Friday, February 21, 2020 10:55:39 AM
Use dynamic output file names and the group-into-blocks function. MapForce comes with many examples - have a look at SplitFile.mfd to see how it's done.
Topic: Mapping json array to text file
Posted: Friday, January 31, 2020 1:37:33 PM
sxs wrote:
how can we save the output in to a file. ( As it currently showing in Output window).

When you're in the Output window, use the "Save Output File" command in the "Output" menu.
Topic: XML to MySQL conversion/mapping
Posted: Wednesday, January 15, 2020 12:27:42 PM
You need to create the correct parent connection(s), or use string-join to concatenate all values. Unfortunately the right side of your screenshot is missing so I can't give you any more specific advice.

Read this for details how to solve your problem:

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