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XSLT Mapping Performance Analysis

naveenarockiaraj
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Dear Experts,

In SAP CPI iflow, I have created a iflow with 5 different logic in 5 XSLT'S One after another, So considering a performance of the XSLT Code can we club into one XSLT Mapping Palate (or) Splitted XSLT in many Palate is fine? Please let me know.

Regards,

Naveen

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Harish_Vatsa
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Hello naveenarockiaraj,

There are multiple factors like reusability, performance, parallel development, modularity etc. Both single and multiple XSLT mapping have it's own benefits and drawbacks. It's totally up to your project's specific needs and aim of integration scenario basis which you can take the decision.

Thanks,

naveencharles1995
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Hi Harish,

Sure. Thanks for the reply.

Sriprasadsbhat
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Hello Naveen,

You can club all these 5 mappings into one so that only once whole input data is loaded to memory to perform required transformation. Also it depends on how efficiently you are writing your code ( you might consider some XSLT version 3.0 functions to optimize instead of writing long rules with older versions ).

Regards,

Sri

naveencharles1995
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Hi Sriprasad,

Sure. Thanks for the reply.