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inflight always shows only one map name (Translation map) even though there are multiple maps involved in the flow. In large scale projects, where is the flow is complex, we tend to use more maps to satisfy the requirements of the Customer/Partner. In-case of any issue with any flow, Mapping team has a tough time to get to know the map names since the flows are complex.
To avoid this, if Inflight can show all the map names that are involved in the flow, would definitely help Mapping team and the Implementation team as well to know the exact map name and make the changes where ever required.
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This can be used for the team who works on troubleshooting any issues and to know what all maps are used while desgining the flow.
As we know, there will be Pre-Processing Maps, Translation Maps, Post-Processing Maps involved in a flow but only the Translation Map names will be visibile in Inflight.
To avoid further more confusions and to make the work issue for the person who is working on this issue, this features will be very much useful.
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