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servicenow integration mapping doesnt pickup the mapped values

Hi Team,

I am integrating UMMDB-->Servicenow data push. As per the procedure, i have created a TQL and with same name a mapping file under "\discoveryConfigFiles\ServiceNowPushAdapter\mappings". As a sample i have mapped only 4 fields.The integration points is suceessful and when i do the data push i see the mapping file is not picking up the data from the CI's. Below is the message from the logs:

<2019-04-12 06:17:02,617> [DEBUG] [AdHoc:AD_HOC_TASK_PATTERN_ID-2530-1555042636376] - [Push_to_SN logger] <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<root>
<data>
<objects>
<Object mode="" name="cmdb_ci_win_server" operation="add" mamId="45f0b601dc4c04738e7ec551a26e798c" id="UCMDB%0Ant%0A1%0Ainternal_id%3DSTRING%3D45f0b601dc4c04738e7ec551a26e798c%0A">
<field name="asset_tag" key="true" datatype="String" length="" />
<field name="name" key="false" datatype="String" length="" />
<field name="sys_id" key="false" datatype="String" length="" />
<field name="correlation_id" key="false" datatype="String" length="" />
</Object>
</objects>
<links />
</data>
</root>

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Do you have the attributes selected in the TQLs element layout? Make sure the fields you want to pass are added in the CI's element layout.

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