I am a total rookie so forgive my ignorance in advance.
I am (trying) to use XSLT to transform XML output from my Filemaker database so that I can re-import it (to synchronize the data after it has been copy-edited externally).
The whole business works fine with one exception. In the xml file, some text has visual tags such as <hirend="italic"></hi>.
The xslt does not bring this tagging into the transformed file. I have tried using
either one of these brings the text perfectly, but not the <hi> tags.
I'm using oXygen 12.2 and FMProAdvanced 11.
<!-- Another template code here -->
I used XSD.EXE to convert my schema to a C# class. The tool creates arrays to represent elements whose maxOccurs attribute is unbounded. Arrays are very limiting: you cannot add or delete items without a lot of shuffling.
Has anyone found a way around this limitation of arrays? For simple cases, I have converted the array to a List and back to an array, but that is only useful in the simplest of cases. Perhaps there is another tool that can convert my schema and use a list or some other suitable container (?).
There is no need for converting the list back to an array, you can replace it. I did that e.g. with GPX files (see also Bernie’s Trackviewer[^] where I use some more tricks for getting "nice" classes from an "ugly" XML schema).
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