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IBM SI Map Editor enhancement is required to validate and failure the INB & OUB EDI data with blank space Mandatory field

In FCA, we are migrating our old EDI B2B system to sterling B2Bi platform. In our new sterling platform as per IBM recommendation we are using ITXA and ITX for EDI Enveloping and EDI Translation. Apart from generic EDI, we are having FCA specific EDI Standards (CHRY) as well. But with ITX type tree packs CHRY EDI standards are not provided with the product. So IBM requested to use Sterling map for CHRY EDI compliance check validation.

But in sterling map editor during compliance check, we could see that blank space in any mandatory fields are not compliant failed in compliance check process. We are seeing this capability available with ITX compliance check when ITXA envelope parameter "Websphere Compliance is ON".
As per IBM request, we are raising RFE for sterling map editor enhancement to compliant fail mandatory field which contains only blank space.
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  • Dec 19 2017
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What is the idea priority? Urgent
DeveloperWorks ID DW_ID114265
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