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Conditional Mappings in Oracle Integration by Thomas Hora

Blog: PaaS Community

imageSometimes, when modeling integrations, we need to map data dynamically depending on other data.   In this blog, we will look at creating conditional mappings using Oracle Integration.

Use case: Consider this pseudo code sample of the mapping logic. How can we achieve this in the mapper UI?

if PER03 == ‘TE’ {
    Contact.Phone = PER04
if PER05 == ‘TE’ {
    Contact.Phone = PER06
if PER07 == ‘TE’ {
    Contact.Phone = PER08

Solution: First, enable “Advanced” mode and open the Components palette.  This exposes XSLT statements which we need to create conditional mappings. Read the complete article here.

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