Have you tried to just call as with any other mapping?
I would expect it to be like a recursive call in many languages. It
works fine until you run out of stack so you must have some guard that
limits infinite recursion.
On 03/06/2013 22:01, Can Becker wrote:
> How can I call a mapping again from its inside? Or the mapping, which
> disjuncts it? Is there a special way to do that, or just a simple
> Thanks and regards.
Calling a mapping recursively is usually of little avail, unless you change the input to the mapping on every recursive call. For one and the same input, QVTo does not support recursion since it obtains the previously mapped target element from the trace.