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How to create a XSLT map that reads many correlated payloads by Jorge Herreria

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On this post will see a way for creating XSLT maps that need to loop thought different sources (aka input payloads) which their instances are correlated by key fields.

Example for 1:0..n and 1:1 relationships between sources

I will use the Business units and Employees classic example: Each Business Unit can have  0..n Employees (1:0..n relationship). Also the G/L Accounts source with a 1:1 correlation with Business Units. I want to create a XSLT Map that puts them together. Here are the sources (aka input payloads). Read the complete article here.

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