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This web log is the extension of my earlier web log *Step – By – Step Simple Approach for XSLT Mapping. This web log will deal with the confusion occurs when you actually write a XSLT mapping for multiple segments coming from a XML file. I.e. you can say with multiple occurrences.</p><p style=”margin: 0in 0in 0pt” class=”MsoNormal”> </p> <strong>Input XML</strong> *                 <xsl:for-eachselect=“ns0:MT_Source/Records/Student”>
                    <<font color=”#ea8f0f”>Student_ID>
                        <<font color=”#ea8f0f”>Name>
                            <<font color=”#ac306d”>xsl:value-of select=‘concat(concat(Fname,” “),Lname)’/>
                        <<font color=”#ea8f0f”>/Name
                        <xsl:for-eachselect=“Marks”>I hope this will clarify the whole xslt mapping with multiple segments also, to addition with my earlier web log  Step – By – Step Simple Approach for XSLT Mapping


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  1. Kiran Babu
    Hey Aashish,

    I read both your blogs. Very simple to understand the concept of XSLT mapping.
    Leme tell you, am new to XI and I really wanna know few things:
    1. When can we opt for XSLT mapping?
    2. Adv over other mappings
    3. Who and how can we get this XSLT mapping?

    You can mail me at
    Thanks for your help.


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