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Datamapper language (Axway) Cheat Sheet by

XIB language (Axway product)

Condition

IF $var1=$var2
{
  # code 1
}
ELSE
{
  # code 2
}
CASE $var1
WHEN "A"
{
 # code for A
}
WHEN "B"
{
 # code for B
}
WHEN OTHERS
{
 # default
}

Loop

FOR $i=1 TO $max
{
  # your code
}

FOR $lv_i = 10 DOWNTO 2 STEP 2
{
 # code
}
WHILE $i < 5
{
 $i = $i + 1 ;
 # your code
}
REPEAT
{
 # your code
 $i = $i + 1 ;
}
WHILE $i < 5
 

Type

STRING
INTEGER
FLOAT
DATE
CHAR
Array: DECLARE $var[][] STRING;

Format

FORMAT­("%.0­8d­", $var);
RIGHT(­$var, 9, "­0");
DMU.LE­FT(­$var, 5);
TRIMLE­FT(­TRI­MRI­GHT­($v­ar));
NDEC(12.3, 2);

Misc

STRLEN­($s­tring)
ARRAYS­IZE­($a­rray)
DMU.MI­D($var, $start, $end);
$value = SL_STR­ING.Re­pla­ce(­$value, "­,", ".");

Time function

DMU.DA­TEN­OW(­"­%Y%­m%d­");
DMU.DA­TEC­ONV­ERT­($v­ar,­"­%m-­%d-­%y", "­%d/­%m/­%Y");
 

Time format

%% The % character.
%a Abbrev­iated weekday name (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri or Sat).
%A Full weekday name (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday).
%B Full month name (January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November or December).
%d Day of month repres­ented as two digits (01 31).
%e Day of month repres­ented as one space and one digit, or, two digits (" 1" "31").
%f Fractions of a second repres­ented as two digits.
%H Hour repres­ented as two digits (00 23).
%I Hour repres­ented as two digits (00 11).
%j Day number of year repres­ented as three digits (001 366).
%m Month number repres­ented as two digits (01 12).
%M Minute repres­ented as two digits (00 59).
%p Ante meridian or post meridian (AM or PM).
%S Seconds repres­ented as two digits (00 59).
%U Week number of the year repres­ented as two digits (01 53). Sunday is the first dayof the week.
%w Weekday number repres­ented as one digit (0 6). Sunday is weekday number 0.
%W Week number of the year repres­ented as two digits (01 53). Monday is the first day of the week.
%y Year within the 20th century repres­ented as two digits (00 99).
%Y Year including century repres­ented as four digits.
           

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