Automapping is used to automatically map source and target fields whose names are an exact match within identical data structures. Automapping using the entire data structure can be performed in either mapping mode or script mode; automapping within selected source and target nodes is limited to mapping mode.
For more information about mapping source objects and manual mapping, see Mapping Source Objects.
When using automapping, be aware of these notes:
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Source and target field names that are an exact match within an identical source and target structure will automatically be mapped:
To automap fields within certain source and target nodes, in mapping mode, drag a source node to a target node. The node names do not need to match; however, the structure of any fields (or child nodes) contained within them must be identical for those fields to be automapped.
Upon dropping the source node onto the target node, select the option to Automap:
Exact matches within the source and target nodes with identical structures will automatically be mapped:
Once mappings are created using automapping, they are treated the same as manual mappings. To remove the mapping, or unmap target fields, you must do so manually (see Removing a Mapping under Mapping Source Objects).