MapForce supports the Multiple Document Interface and allows you to group your mappings into mapping projects. This topic lists all the menu commands available in the Project menu.
Reloads the currently active project and switches to the Project window.
Closes the currently active project.
Saves the currently active project.
Add Files to Project
Allows you to add mappings to the current project through the Open dialog box.
Add Active File to Project
Adds the currently active file to the currently open project.
This option adds a new folder to the current project structure, and only becomes active when this is possible. See Managing Project Folders.
Opens the currently highlighted/selected mapping in the Project window.
Create Mapping for Operation
Creates a mapping file for the currently selected operation of the WSDL project. The operation name defined in the WSDL file is supplied in the Save as dialog box, which is opened automatically.
Add Mapping File for Operation
Allows you to add a previously saved mapping file to the currently active WSDL operation. Select the mapping file from the Open dialog box.
Insert Web Service...
Allows you to insert a Web Service based on an existing WSDL file.
Open File in XMLSpy
Opens the selected WSDL file, highlighted in the Project window, in XMLSpy.
Generate Code for Entire Project
Generates project code for the entire project currently visible in the Project window. Code is generated in the currently selected default language for all of the mapping files *.mfd in each of the folders.
Generate Code in...
Generates project code in the language you select from the context menu.
Opens a dialog box where you can define project settings. See Setting the Code Generation Settings.
Displays a list of the most recently opened projects.