Xlate Sanity Check.

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  • #51233
    Anonymous
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    I have an inbound XCN field that has this in the inbound record.

    “1080^^^^^^^^^^^^~3019^^^^^^^^^^^^~1071^^^^^^^^^^^^”

    I need to pass this to a tcl procedure so I have this in the xlate

    0(0).TXA.#23  not 0(0).TXA.#23(0).

    I would expect the entire field in the tcl proc. But I only get this when I do an echo out

    “echo xlateIn = $xlateInVals “

    xlatin = 1080 {} {} {} {} {} {} {} {} {} {} {} {}

    It cuts off after the firs field.  I’m I just missing something, or just wrong ?

    Should not the entire field pass to the tcl proc ?

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    • #69302
      Anonymous
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      I was up to late last night so please forgive me this one.  

      I got it working.

      I did take a different track.

      But it is all good.  😳

    • #69303
      Bala Pisupati
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      what was the different track? Also just wondering is it something you had to fix in the Variant?

    • #69304
      Chris Williams
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      When you specify a field such as TXA.#23 the engine defaults the repetition value to 0 rather than returning all the repetitions, so TXA.#23 is interpreted as TXA.#23(0). You must iterate over them to get all the values.

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