What happens at Runtime when you pass a Payload through Oracle Mediator without creating an XSL map file in SOA Composite.

If you design a SOA composite application to pass a payload through Oracle Mediator without defining any transformation mapping, Oracle Mediator passes the payload through. However, for the payload to be passed through successfully, you must ensure that your source and target message part names are the same and of the same type. Otherwise, the target reference may fail to execute with error messages such as “Input source like Nullor Part not found” .

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