Opens the Manage Global Resources dialog box, where you can add, edit or delete settings applicable across multiple Altova applications (see Altova Global Resources).
Allows you to select the currently active global resource configuration from a list of configurations previously defined in the Global Resources.
Creates a "reversed" mapping from the currently active mapping in MapForce, which is to be the basis of a new mapping. Note that the result is not intended to be a complete mapping, only the direct connections between components are retained in the reversed mapping. It is very likely that the resulting mapping will not be valid or suitable for preview in the Output pane, without manual editing.
When you reverse a mapping, the source component becomes the target component, and target component becomes the source. If an input or output XML instance file have been assigned to a component, then they will be swapped.
The following data is retained:
•Direct connections between components
•Direct connections between components in a chained mapping
•The type of connection: Standard, Mixed content, Copy-All
•Pass-through component settings
The following data is not retained:
•Connections via functions, filters, etc, along with the functions, filters, etc.
•Web service components
Restore Toolbars and Windows
Resets the toolbars, entry helper windows, docked windows etc. to their defaults. MapForce needs to be restarted for the changes to take effect.
Opens a dialog box that lets you to customize the MapForce graphical user interface. This includes showing or hiding toolbars, as well as editing the context menus and keyboard shortcuts (see Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts).
Opens a dialog box where you can change the default MapForce settings (see Changing the MapForce Options).