This topic lists all the menu commands available in the Component menu.
Allows you to change the root element of an XML instance document.
To be able to edit a schema in Altova XMLSpy, you need to click an XML component and then select the option Edit Schema Definition in XMLSpy.
This command enables you to edit a FlexText file. For details, see MapForce FlexText.
Allows you to add, remove, and change database objects in a database component. See Databases.
The X12 997 Functional Acknowledgment reports the status of the EDI interchange. All errors encountered during processing of the document are reported in it. MapForce can automatically generate a X12 997 document that you will be able to send to the recipient. See Generating an X12 997 Functional Acknowledgment.
The X12 999 Implementation Acknowledgment Transaction Set reports HIPAA implementation guide non-compliance or application errors. MapForce can automatically generate an X12 999 component and automatically create the necessary mapping connections. See Generating an X12 999 Implementation Acknowledgment.
Reloads the structure of the currently active database component.
Inserts a copy of the selected item before/after this item. Duplicated input cannot be used as a data source. For more information, see Duplicate Input.
Removes a duplicated item.
This option enables you to insert comments and processing instructions into XML components.
This command creates a CDATA section that is used to represent parts of a document as character data which would normally be interpreted as markup.
Allows you to configure database insert, update, and delete actions, and other options for database records. See Database Table Actions Settings for more information.
Creates a SELECT statement based on the table/field you clicked in the database component. Clicking a table/field makes this command active, and the SELECT statement is automatically placed into the Select window.
Makes the tree of a component left-justified.
Makes the tree of a component right-justified.
Displays the settings of the currently selected component. See Change Component Settings.