This topic lists all the menu commands available in the Connection menu.
Activates/deactivates the Auto Connect Matching Children option. For more information about connections and their types, see Connections.
Helps you define matching-children connections. For details, see Matching-Children Connections.
This command allows you to create multiple connections for items with the same names in source and target components. The settings you define in this dialog box apply if the (Auto connect child items) toolbar command has been enabled. For more information, see Matching-Children Connections.
Changes the connector type to a standard mapping. For further information, see Target-driven vs. source-driven connections.
Creates connections for all matching child items. The main benefit of copy-all connections is that they visually simplify the mapping workspace: One connection, represented by a thick line, is created instead of multiple connections. For details, see Copy-All Connections.
Changes the connection type to a source-driven connection that enables you to automatically map mixed content (text and child nodes) in the same order as in the XML source file. For more information, see Source-Driven Connections.
Opens the Connection Settings dialog box which allows you to define connection types and annotation settings. For more information, see Connection Settings.