Open and Save As
You use the Open dialog box to select the file you want to open, and to specify the Stylus Studio editor in which you want to open it. You can also use this dialog box to open a non-XML file as an XML document using an adapter, such as an adapter created using Stylus Studio's Convert to XML.
Use the Save As dialog box to
Specifies the directory whose contents are currently displayed in the main field of the dialog box. Click the down arrow to navigate to a different directory.
Displays the name of the file you select, or you can type the name.
Files of type:
Specifies which file types can appear in the main field of the dialog box. The default is that Stylus Studio displays files with file name extensions of
Convert to XML using adapter
Check if you want to open a non-XML file (such as a text, binary, or EDI file) using an adapter, such as one you have created using Stylus Studio's Convert to XML module. When you click the Open button, Stylus Studio displays a dialog box from which you can select the adapter you want to use. See Chapter 3Converting Non-XML Files to XML for more information on this topic.
Click My Computer to open a file in your local file system or on a networked file system.
Click WebDAV Server to open a file that is stored on a WebDAV server. XIS prompts you for your user name and password.
Click FTP Server to open a file that is stored on an FTP server. XIS prompts you for your user name and password.
Click Berkeley DB XML to open a file that is stored on a Berkeley DB XML database. You will be prompted for authentication information.
Click TigerLogic XDMS to open a file that is stored on a TigerLogic XDMS database. You will be prompted for authentication information.
Click Up to move up one level in the directory structure.
Click New Folder create a new directory in the directory you are viewing.
Click these buttons to toggle the display of the Name and Size headings in the main field of the Open dialog box.
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