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Oliver RennertSubject: Wizard for XSLT Mapping needed
Author: Oliver Rennert
Date: 23 Nov 2005 06:35 AM

My main focus in using Stylus Studio is to create XML-XML mappings. Usually both sides of the mapping are well defined via a schema.

Since we don't like to use the mouse when writing our xslt, we generally program in the "XSLT Source" window.

And here is the issue: How can I create the whole output tree as a blank structure? In an earlier version of Stylus Studio there was a behaviour that when a for-each loop was created using the "Mapper" window, at least the mandatory fields were created. Now I would like to create all fields with no content, so I can start programming right away.

The workaround we use today is to assign a "." in the "Mapper" window to all output fields that we are going to map.

Best regards,
Oliver Rennert

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