Subject:tree view without leaves (fields) Author:Peter Stein Date:25 Aug 2011 11:31 AM
Many schemas are sufficiently large so that a fair amount of scrolling comes into play when navigating the hierarchy via the tree view. This is not only time consuming, but awkward and error prone. Is there a tree view mode that can be toggled on/off to display/not-display the leaves (fields)? This would solve the scrolling issue. For instance, with tree view active toggle fields off then navigate to node of interest and toggle fields back on. Note that with a lot of branches (nodes) some scrolling would still be needed, but doing this without the clutter of every field displayed is still a huge improvement. My apologies if there already is a way to do this, but I've searched for an answer and not found anything on this topic. Thanks.
Subject:tree view without leaves (fields) Author:Peter Stein Date:31 Aug 2011 12:54 PM
For any schema just show the branches without leaves (fields).
For example, with current tree view:
Proposed tree view without fields:
And so on. This is similar to the output of the "tree" command available in Windows and Unix. It should not be neccessary to use the Xpath Query editor when Stylus Studio is already capable of presenting a tree view that contains what is needed.