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Mapping to an Abstract Type Node
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Sorry Fred, I thought I've created a new topic. I'm really sorry, I was reading your topic when I have encountered that error so when I tried to post it. I accidentally post it in your question.
I'm really sorry...
Anyways, I've re-create a new topic from my question. Sorry about that...
Hi Greg,<br><br>Well... The schema was created by someone else so I can't change it nor can I show it. <br><br>The Detail in my example is the abstract type and General Detail and Specific Detail are subclass of the abstract type Detail. I think this is the simpliest way I could explain it but I'll try to ask permission.<br><br>Let me just explain the appearance of the Diagram that I've created earlier so it will be much clearer...<br><br>Basically in the Biztalk Map, <br><br>The \"Detail\" node Appears as a record eventhought it was an abstract.<br>then if you expand the \"Detail\" node. 2 nodes with <General> and <Specific> will appear. Note that you can't directly map into them but if you mapped into their child or attributes, This \" <Detail xsi:type=\"GeneralDetail\" type=\"A\"> \" will appear.<br><br>*Note: As for insanekid, that's okay.<br><br>Thanks,<br>Fred
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