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Guessing you probably know this, but you can have an XSLT "for-each" that will populate your array.
If this is all you need to do, here's a video that demonstrates how to do this from the XSLT diagram as well as from the source - http://youtu.be/llULUp3B_CU.
Hope this helps,
Hi Daniel ,Thank you , I will try the tutorial in your video.
Hi Dan , after applying the technique in your video , it stopped giving error when the source list has more than one value , but the destination only takes the first value of the source list despite the for-each. Non the less you gave me a hint on where to focus my search.
For-each should be mapped to the repeating node, verify that. and when you get multiple string values in the variable, then probably you need to use Create-Delimited-String function to use it based on your requirement.