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Jarvis Pizzeria: ICS – XSLT parameters that are not found but are being used? By Marcel van de Glind

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Recently I came across an odd phenomenon in an ICS mapping that I want to share with the community via this blog. In short:

XSLT parameters that are not found but are being used

Let me explain: at VBCS we have a Business Object whose data can be accessed via a REST call. Here the “q” parameter can be used to filter on characteristics that are stored in the BO. In the maximum variant, the “q” parameter can contain 8 characteristics (see screenshot below).

We embed this REST call in ICS. The created integration has the 8 characteristics as parameters in the request. The first characteristic is mandatory, the others are optional. To request the same data as shown in the image above, the integration call looks like this: Read the complete article here.

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