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Conditional Mappings in Oracle Integration by Thomas Hora

Juergen Kress
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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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