Xml if statement
Xml and xslt transformation explained
I have a program that generates run-time executable code from XML formatted rules. I need to use my own dialect to describe certain behavior and logical constructs. I’ve got OR, AND, and NOT in place, and now I need to add IF…THEN…ELSE.
To me, it seems difficult to read, but I can’t think of a better way to reflect this without a lot of nesting. Is there anyone who can help? (At this time, not using XML is not an option 🙂 )
When I was confronted with a similar problem a while back, I chose to use a generalized “switch… event… split… default” solution in conjunction with an arm-style instruction set that executed conditionally. These “programs” were parsed using a custom interpreter with a nesting stack. This approach does not use any tags or logos. The “condition” attribute is supported by all of my XML language elements or “instructions,” and if it is not present or if it evaluates to true, the element’s instruction is executed. If the condition is true and the “exit” attribute evaluates to true, the next group of elements/instructions at the same nesting stage will not be evaluated or executed, and the execution will begin with the next element/instruction at the parent level. The program will move on to the next element/instruction if there is no “exit” or if it evaluates to false. For example, you might write the following program (a noop “statement” will be useful, and a mechanism/instruction to assign values and/or expressions to “variables” will be very useful):
Creating if statements in microsoft word templates
ezParse allows you to conditionally include/exclude elements/attributes from the translation process. ezParse accepts two types of conditional statements: (1) a condition for specifying source text within a rule and (2) a condition for specifying target text within a rule.
Any element/attribute within an XML document can be referenced and used within a conditional rule since ezParse processes each XML document using a simple Tree-type model, and each node (or leaf) of the tree can be referenced using XPath.
The element column is selected for translation in the example above, but the condition @translate=”yes” is also defined. This tells ezParse that this element should only be translated if the attribute translate is set to “yes.” If translate does not fit this condition, the element will be ignored and will not be translated.
Bip 003 020 use of if else in templates
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When printing a list of book titles, the function xsl:if and the function fn:last() are used to determine if a comma, a »and«, or the final point should be printed after each title.
Xml conditional validation using xml schemas
I made a custom page type with text/xml transformation, which works well, but I also made a new field with a boolean data type for attaching functionality to a button so that it opens in a new tab. The idea is that if it’s tested, the button’s connection should open in a new tab. I want to add a “target=’ blank'” to my anchor tag and use a conditional like IfTrue to check if the boolean was verified. I’m having trouble getting any of the if statements I’m using to function. I’ve tried a variety of conditional combinations, but nothing has worked. My html is stored within its own if statement, which cannot be modified because it decides whether or not a function is being used. IfTrue((ButtonUrlTarget)) is the code I’m having trouble with. Everything else is in order. My code is as follows: