I am attempting to modify an XML document within an IPCC Express script. I have attached the original XML document and what I would like the xml document to look like after it is transformed. I am thinking I could use either an XSL Transform Document or a Keyword Transform Document, but I am having a hard time finding documentation on how to use either of these items.
Search through here for "xml". You'll find what you seek.
But for clarity sake, use the key word transform stuff with a template file. What it does is compare the template file with an xml file that you create. And where you specify special keywords in the template, writes variables to your xml document in that place.
Confusing at first but works like champ when you understand it.
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