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Mapping Long Constants to Elements

3rd November 2016

Outbound

STEP 1:

In the Extol Integrator Main Menu select option ‘5′, Mapping

cleo extol integrator main menu mapping long constants to elements

STEP 2:

In the Mapping Menu select option ‘3′, Work with message classes

cleo extol integrator mapping menu message class

STEP 3:

In the Work with message class panel, put option 8 on the desired message class and press Enter

cleo extol integrator work with message class functions

STEP 4:

In the Select message class function panel, type a ‘2′ on the Segment map; element map option column and press Enter

cleo extol integrator constant segment map element map

STEP 5:

In the Work with message class segment map panel, type a ‘5′ in the option field of the segment that houses the element you want to change

cleo extol integrator work with message class segemtn map constant element

STEP 6:

In the Work with element map for one segment panel, type a ‘2′ on the element that needs the constant and press Enter

cleo extol integrator work with element map for one segment constant

STEP 7:

In the Message class element map details 1 panel, type ‘C0′ in the Element source/destination field and press Enter

cleo extol integrator message class element map details 1 constant length

The Constant key and Constant length fields appear. Type a ‘?’ in the first Constant key field and press Enter

cleo extol integrator message class element map details 1 constant length key

STEP 8: 

The Select message class constants panel appears. Locate your desired long constant and select it by typing a ‘1′ in the option column

cleo extol integrator constant mapping select constant

STEP 9:

In the Message class element map details 1 panel, press Enter and confirm. Notice that in the Work with element map for one segment panel, your constant appears in the Field/constant/accumulator/counter column

cleo extol integrator map constant work with element map for one segment


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