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Using Rhapsody to document a Rhapsody configuration XML file

You can create a Rhapsody route that will process the configuration XML store in the RLC file. Use the IDE to create a Rhapsody RLC file and rename the file to have a ZIP extension. Then extract the XML file found at the root of the ZIP file.

You can of course use any tool like XML spy or Visual Studio to create an XSLT that will format the Rhapsody configuration XML file to produce any output you wish. You can download an example XSLT from https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=0DA08EA5F6BAC85E&id=DA08EA5F6BAC85E%212851

But you can also do this with a Rhapsody route and some JavaScript code using E4X technology. The example at the link creates 3 CSV files from an RLC which is a Rhapsody configuration file. The files contain a table each for Rhapsody variables, TCP Client properties, and database communication point properties. You can download the RLC from this link https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=DA08EA5F6BAC85E%211463

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  1. December 11, 2014 at 8:24 pm

    Reblogged this on Steve Yetter's Blog.

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