Oracle Service Bus, MFL and empty element-tree in xquery

Sometimes it will happen after creating the mfl and trying to map the elements in xquery to the target, the element-tree of the mfl won’t be visible and only shows the head-element.
Open the mfl file in a text-editor and change the version-attribute of the MessageFormat-tag to ‘2.02’

<MessageFormat name='MyMFLFormat' version='2.01'>

to

<MessageFormat name='MyMFLFormat' version='2.02'>
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About Eric Elzinga
Eric Elzinga I'm an integration consultant located in The Netherlands. Mainly doing projects based on Oracle integration stacks (Oracle SOA Suite/Oracle Service Bus (OSB)), Java development, and opensource integration products.

3 Responses to Oracle Service Bus, MFL and empty element-tree in xquery

  1. Pingback: Oracle Service Bus, MFL and empty element-tree in xquery | Oracle .. Java .. OpenSource .. SOA

  2. linyanxia says:

    Hi Eric Elzinga,

    I met the same problem that element-tree of the mfl wouldn’t be visible and only showed the head-element. My MessageFormat version had set to 2.02, but it doesn’t work. Any ideas? I am in a project of OSB now. It is stoping me.

    Regards,
    Luna

    • Eric Elzinga says:

      Hi Luna,

      Can you create a new MFL from scratch, add a few dummy elements to it, and then compare both sources?
      Just to see if any other setting is different.

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