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In this blog post we will create new mapping to map format to model. On the format designer screen, click “Map format to model” button. Create new record, select model definition, specify name and description:
Open designer. In the designer bind Record List from the format to Record List in the model and then bind fields accordingly.
Finally, we can test our format. For the test I’m going to use simple CSV file:
Go back to Model to Datasource mapping form, click run in the action pane and upload the file.
If we’ve done everything right, we will get XML file that contains data mapped to model or errors, if any:
At this stage we have Data Model, Format and Mapping that we’ve tested. In the next blog post we will do the last piece of the setup – map Model to Destination and test the whole import.
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