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DocFlex/XML - XSDDoc - Parameters

About XSDDoc parameters

Parameter Tree


“Formatting” parameter group

The group of parameters to control some formatting aspects of the generated documentation.

Parameter/Group

Name / Type / Description

Allow nested tables fmt.allowNestedTables : boolean

Specify if the generated output may contain nested tables.

XSDDoc templates frequently use tables as layouts in order to fit data better on a page. In certain cases, however, this leads to the situation when one table is nested into a cell of another table. For some RTF reader, this may cause a problem.

Although RTF specification since v1.6 does support nested tables (as well as MS Word 2000 and the later), some modern and important RTF readers (such as OpenOffice.org 2.0) break on them.

To work around this problem, all XSDDoc templates that use nested tables also contain alternative sections without them. Such sections will be activated instead of the primary ones, when this parameter is unchecked. Although, without nested tables some pieces of the documentation may look less compact and sleek, this still allows to generate a quite decently looking output.

Please, uncheck this parameter when your destination RTF reader has problems with nested tables!

Pagination fmt.page

The pagination related group of parameters

Generate page columns

fmt.page.columns : boolean

Specify whether to generate page number columns in summary tables.

The page numbers are substitution for hyperlinks in printed documentation and help to navigate it.

Generate page references

fmt.page.refs : boolean

Specify whether to generate cross-reference page numbers, which look as the following:

xs:explicitGroup [125]
Such page numbers are substitution for hyperlinks in printed documentation and help to navigate it.

Start from new page

fmt.page.start

This group of parameters specifies which documentation blocks should start from a new page.

All Component Summary

fmt.page.start.allcomps : boolean

Specify whether All Component Summary documentation block should start from a new page.

Namespace Overview

fmt.page.start.namespace : boolean

Specify whether every Namespace Overview block should start from a new page.

Schema Overview

fmt.page.start.schema : boolean

Specify whether every Schema Overview block should start from a new page.

Component Documentation

fmt.page.start.comp : boolean

Specify whether every Component Documentation block should start from a new page.

XML Namespace Bindings

fmt.page.start.xmlnsBindings : boolean

Specify whether the Namespace Bindings report should start from a new page

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