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- BDM Mapping Management
The Atom Mapping tab of a BDM mapping defines the required mappings between certain fields in a BDM object and Atom (an XML-based document format for web feeds). The Service Manager RESTful web service supports the standard Atom representation, which conforms to the Atom Publishing Protocol. According to the Atom Publishing Protocol, the following elements are required in an Atom 1.0 feed: title, id, and updated.
The following table describes the columns on the Atom Mapping tab.
|BDM Object Field||The name of a valid field in the BDM object|
|Atom Object Field||The name of a valid Atom field.|
|Atom Object Field Type||The type of a valid Atom field.|
Below is an example of an Atom mapping:
|BDM Object Field||Atom Object Field||Atom Object Field Type|
In the resulting Atom xml representation below, the id, updated, title and summary elements will take the values of the BDM object fields global_id, last_modified_time, reference_number and description, respectively.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes" ?> <entry xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom" xmlns:ns2="http://a9.com/-/spec/opensearch/1.1/" xmlns:ns3="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <id>urn:x-hp:software:servicemanager:incident:id:7B21A623-158B-45D4-9C7C-3D2821096A44</id> <updated>2010-01-27T11:41:25.000+08:00</updated> <title type="text">IM10008</title> <summary type="text">Desktop DVD-drive makes strange noices</summary>
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