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Peter JaffeSubject: Drag and Drop from XML Schema to XSLT
Author: Peter Jaffe
Date: 23 Aug 2001 04:59 PM
Probably low priority, but maybe a couple PCRs:

1. When dragging and dropping a component from the scenario's XML Scheme tree into a template in the XSLT, it generates the appropriate XPath prefix. However, if you drop it on the same line as the template definition () it incorrectly generates an XPath relative to the outer template.

2. Related to #1, when expanding and collapsing the XML Schema tree it sometimes "selects" the element causing the XSLT view to jump to the associated template. It would be great if only clicking on an Schema element (not expanding and collapsing) caused the XSLT view template jump.


Pete
Nevo Technologies

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Minollo I.Subject: Re: Drag and Drop from XML Schema to XSLT
Author: Minollo I.
Date: 23 Aug 2001 05:05 PM

>1. When dragging and dropping a component from the scenario's XML Scheme
>tree into a template in the XSLT, it generates the appropriate XPath
>prefix. However, if you drop it on the same line as the template
>definition () it incorrectly generates an
>XPath relative to the outer template.

We are aware of this; context sensitiveness works per-line in beta 1,
ignoring column position. It is being fixed.

>2. Related to #1, when expanding and collapsing the XML Schema tree it
>sometimes "selects" the element causing the XSLT view to jump to the
>associated template. It would be great if only clicking on an Schema
>element (not expanding and collapsing) caused the XSLT view template jump.

We'll look into it.
Thanks,
Minollo

 
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