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Mapping Flat File

Mapping Flat File

Mapping Flat File

(OP)
Hi There,
I'm in need of some help regarding creatiung a map in Biztalk.  I want to map one flat file to another, unfortunately there isn't any heirarchy created in the source schema so I need to try and implememt some relationships.

Probably best to show an example.  
 
I have a source file with basically two or more distinct tables in it, I need to 'join' these tables to create a single one.

eg.
<record1a>
    <ID> Number1 </ID>
    <Height> 1.82m </Height>
</record1a>
<record1b>
    <ID> Number1 <ID>
    <Weight> 70kg </Weight>
<record1b>

From this schema I want to map it to:

<record1>
     <ID> Number1 </ID>
     <Height> 1.82m </Height>
     <Weight> 70kg </Weight>
</record1>

I can't change the source schema, so I must use some sort of mapping. I've been trying out using equals and value-mapping functoids but as of yet I can't get them to work.
Anyone out there got any ideas?
Cheers.




 

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