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XML Tag Import Processor

XML Tag Import Processor
Foundation 23.1

A Keyword Value can be assigned if the immediate parent element matches a previously-configured value.

For example, examine the following snippet of a sample XML Index File:

Note that the two Item elements are identified by the unique partNum attribute, and each Item element has two child attributes, productName and Description. You can configure the first child attribute to populate a Keyword Value once you've identified the proper Item element from which to take it in the Field Tag.

For example, you can configure the productName attribute (productName=”Medium Rubber Handgrip”) to populate the Part Name Keyword Value by using the partNumber attribute (partNumber=”12345”) to identify the correct Item element. If the element is not correctly identified in the Field Tag or if the child attribute is not the first attribute to be displayed in the XML Index File, the attribute is not assigned to the Part Name Keyword Type.

The Field Tag for the above example would be: