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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 stepinkiran@yahoo.co.in.
    Thanks for your help.
    Kiran

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