The Libraries window lists the MapForce built-in functions organized by library. The list of available functions changes depending on the transformation language you select either from the Output menu or from the Language Selection toolbar. For more information, see Transformation Languages. If you have created user-defined functions or imported external libraries, they also appear in the Libraries window.
To search functions by name or by description, enter the search value in the text box at the bottom of the Libraries window. To find all occurrences of a function (within the currently active mapping), right-click the function and select Find All Calls from the context menu. You can also view the function data type and description directly from the Libraries window. For more information, see Functions.
From this window you can view and manage all user-defined functions (UDFs) and imported custom libraries (including compiled Java .class files and .NET DLL assembly files) that are used by the currently open mappings.
By default, the Manage Libraries window is not visible. To display it, do one of the following:
•In the View menu, click Manage Libraries.
•Click Add/Remove Libraries at the bottom of the Libraries window.
You can choose to view UDFs and libraries only for the mapping document that is currently active or for all open mapping documents. To view imported functions and libraries for all of the currently open mapping documents, right-click inside the window and select Show Open Documents from the context menu.
To display the path of the open mapping document instead of the name, right-click inside the window and select Show File Paths from the context menu.
For more information, see Managing Function Libraries.
MapForce supports the Multiple Document Interface and allows grouping your mappings into mapping projects. The Project window shows all files and folders that have been added to the project. Project files have an *.mfp (MapForce Project) extension. To search for mappings inside projects, click anywhere inside the Project window and press CTRL + F. For more information, see Mapping Projects.
The Overview window gives a bird's-eye view of the Mapping pane. Use it to navigate quickly to a particular location in the mapping area when the size of the mapping is very large. To navigate to a particular location in the mapping, click and drag the red rectangle.