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Altova MapForce 2022 Professional Edition

Appendices > Support Notes

Supported Features in Generated Code

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The following table lists the features relevant to code generation and the extent of support in each language in MapForce Professional Edition.

 

Feature

XSLT 1.0

XSLT 2.0

XSLT 3.0

XQuery

C++

C#

Java

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Supply parameters to the mapping

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Supply the input file names dynamically from the mapping

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Supply wildcard file names as mapping input 1


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Generate the output file names dynamically from the mapping


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Return string values from the mapping

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Variables


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Sort components


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Grouping functions


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Filters

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Join components








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Value-Map components

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Defaults and node functions








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Mapping exceptions


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String parsing and serialization 2








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Dynamic node names


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Database bulk inserts








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Database SQL SELECT without input parameters





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Database SQL SELECT with input parameters








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Database stored procedures








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Database exception handling 3





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Database tracing and error logging








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Generate MapForce Server execution files








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Deploy mappings to FlowForce Server








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Read data from binary files








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Write data to binary files








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Footnotes:

 

1.XSLT 2.0, XSLT 3.0, and XQuery use the fn:collection function. The implementation in the Altova XSLT 2.0, XSLT 3.0, and XQuery engines resolves wildcards. Other engines may behave differently.

2.For JSON, parsing and serialization are additionally supported in Java and C#.

3.Database exception handling is possible when the mapping language is supported by the currently connected database driver, as indicated in the previous table.

 

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