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Instance IDs obtained from the getFlowId() Mapper function are in scientfic notation (Doc ID 2487874.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 18, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Integration - Version 17.4.1 and later
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Goal

This knowledge article reflects updated product names. Oracle Integration Classic (OIC-C) was formerly known as Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC). Please see KM <document 2493395.1> for the full list of recently renamed PaaS services.

 In an OIC-C mapping, an XML payload is being populated using the getFlowId() mapper function as follows :-

<xsl:value-of select='nsmpr0:getFlowId()' />

The result in a SOAP response XML payload looks likes below (ie. Uses scientific notation):-

<nstrgmpr:flowid>12345</nstrgmpr:flowid>

How to get the Flow ID in the XML message to be in the same decimal format as the Instance ID seen in the OIC-C Track Instances screen ?

Solution

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