testing tool (xlt) output

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  • #49576
    Gary Atkinson
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    In testing a translation that someone else wrote I noticed some difference in the output using the testing tool versus the output through the engine (what I see in smat).  Shouldn’t the output in the testing tool be the same as what is in smat?  Now I say this knowing there can be pre-detail procs involved, but in this case there is none.  Its just a xlate that is used.  Any one else seen this type of thing  ❓

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    • #62554
      John Hamilton
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      There are many place to change the contents of the message.

      Look at the TPS outbound data.

      But if there are not procs the data should be the same as the Xlate tester.

    • #62555
      Gary Atkinson
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      No procs in outbound tps.

    • #62556
      Gary Atkinson
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      Thanks Jim for the call yesterday.  Using your suggestion I made a copy of the xlate, remove all statements, but the MSH and the iterate w/ the concat statement.  Using this xlate, an extra value is still being outputed in the testing tool  😯 I went ahead an logged a case with support to see what they would say.

    • #62557
      Nate Kruse
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      I’ve seen this type of difference between testing with the tool and using th engine.  I wasn’t getting some values (such as filename) in the tool where I would get it in the engine.  This was probably because the file wasn’t actually getting passed the same way it does in the engine.

      Testing tools are nice, but most testing should be done using the engine since you won’t be using testing tools while in production.

    • #62558
      Gary Atkinson
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      Issue has been resolved.  It helps when you use the inbound file to test  😉

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