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  1. Create a Business Document for the partner

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    When an order is received from the customer, it is transmitted by fax to the appropriate restaurant that prepares the dishes. In this example company, the restaurant orders software is an application that drives a fax machine. This application fills

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  2. Use restrictions

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    Although most DML instructions and operators can be used in any expression, certain restrictions exist. The following table summarizes where you can use DML elements and where you cannot. Instruction, statement or operator Expression types Check Constraints Variable initialization Decision

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  3. Quick-Reference

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    Reference information about DML language you find in the DML Reference Guide .

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  4. Create a Business Document for partner rates

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    Create a fourth Business Document to hold billing rate information for the partners. Repeat the procedure for creating an XML Business Document , but this time name it BD_partnerRates . Define the structure of the Business Document as shown in

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  5. Build the Flows

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    Build a Mapping Flow that processes the content of the BD_orderFromWeb Business Document to generate BD_orderToPartner and BD_billingDelivery Business Document s and send them on to two different outputs. The Mapping Flow is built around a DML Block that performs

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  6. Use basic expressions

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    As seen in the previous chapter, checking or mapping data using DML consists of writing special pieces of text. In this chapter, you see that those pieces are called expressions and you learn how they are composed. After having read

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  7. Expressions

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    In the previous sections of this guide, you have seen basic examples in which bits of text performed control or mapping of data. A DML expression is one of those bits of text. The whole purpose of an expression is

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  8. Use literals

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    There are three literal types in DML expressions: numbers, strings, and dates. Each of these has a specific syntax. Numbers are quoted using the usual English syntax of numbers: decimal digits and full stop decimal separator. Although not very readable

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  9. Name objects

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    Several objects that do exist in the integration engine can be used in expressions: variables, input documents, user-defined-functions, and tables. Many of these objects are sources of data. The main purpose of the language is to generate data from other

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  10. Introducing DML

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    This guide introduces you to DML by leading you through an example project. It includes information about how to use DML in an integration engine and an introduction to the FoodBroker sample project. FoodBroker is a complete project of data

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  11. Map data in an integration engine

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    The Axway products enable companies to integrate across enterprise systems, B2B communities, and the cloud to enable mobile applications and provide end-to-end visibility. For Axway, governing the flow of data means managing data exchanges between participants in the context of

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  12. Understand Mapping Flows

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    Basically, Mapping Flow s are networks of DML Block s . DML Block s are small processing engines that handle data. This network of DML Block s defines the paths followed by the various forms of data that are processed.

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  13. Understand DML Blocks

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    Main Block s are small processing engines that generate new data by using (or not using) incoming data. Incoming data is supplied to Main Block s through their inputs and the resulting generated data is transferred outside Main Block s

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  14. Specify values implicitly and explicitly

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    Expressions are composed of statements that include instructions, operators, and literals. You can use variables and names of objects. Together these elements are combined in the computation of a final value. In calculating the resulting value of the following expression,

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  15. What is DML?

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    DML is a language that tells the integration engine server how to generate a value from input data. It is similar to formulas that you can find in common spreadsheet software. With DML , you can handle all types of

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  16. FoodBroker project: Doing the first steps

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    FoodBroker is a complete sample Mapping Project that re-displays at the end of each chapter of this guide. From chapter to chapter, you can see the project develop using the knowledge you acquire from the materials. To introduce FoodBroker ,

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  17. Create a Business Document for the customer request

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    The following is an example of the XML input from the web server: USD VISA 2007-03-10 James T. Johanson C-070310-150

    White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington 20500 DC 202-456-1111 202-456-2461

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  18. Generate a fixed number of occurrences

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    Expressions are used mainly to perform mappings on data. The integration engine picks up and combines elements from the input data to generate new output data. This is accomplished by binding an expression to each of the nodes of the

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  19. Generate occurrences from occurrences

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    In section Go through occurrences you learned how to go through a set of occurrences. In section Generate a fixed number of occurrences you learned how to generate as many occurrences as needed to meet the cardinalities defined in the

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  20. Path cardinalities Selecting occurrences

    UpdatedOctober 5, 2017 10:09 pm

    Publication: Mapping Services 3.3.0 DML Getting Started Guide

    Paths to nodes are used in expressions to address data that resides in input Business Document s. Review the following if you need to develop a DML Block that fills the amount node in the following document: invoice 1..1 line

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