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Rainer ReitzSubject: Stylus build 653c // Metainformation
Author: Rainer Reitz
Date: 07 Mar 2007 03:24 AM
Hi all,
we encountered a problem with SCENARIO PROPERTIES -> PARAMETER VALUES.
Once we define Parameter Values (Paths to resource files/folders), these values will NOT be stored to the project file. Instead, the values will be attached at the end of the XSL! Why?
The problem is that if more than one person (CVS) works with the XSL, he will overwrite all parameters next time!!!
Is there a way to keep these PARAMETER VALUES locally in a central project file???
Ciao

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Alberto MassariSubject: Re: Stylus build 653c // Metainformation
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 07 Mar 2007 03:38 AM
Hi Rainer,
if you go to Tools | Options and display the page XSLT Editor -> XSLT
Settings you can uncheck the "Save scenario meta-information in the
stylesheet", and the scenario properties will be saved in the project
(if the stylesheet is part of it).

Hope this helps,
Alberto

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Rainer ReitzSubject: Re: Stylus build 653c // Metainformation
Author: Rainer Reitz
Date: 07 Mar 2007 03:46 AM
Great, thanks.
I'd suggest to make this a STANDARD setting (out-of-the-box).
Ciao

 
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