Export (0) Print
Expand All
Expand Minimize

Indentation Property (XMLports)

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

Sets the indentation level of an element or an attribute in XMLport Designer.

In XMLport Designer, specify the names of elements and their attributes in the Tag Name field.

When you are determining the indentation level of an element or an attribute, remember the following:

  • List the elements and their attributes in the order that they appear in the XML document.

  • List child elements and attributes under the parent element that they define.

  • Only indent each child one level more than its parent.

  • Only the first element can have an indentation of 0.

  • The indentation level that you set in the Properties window corresponds directly to the indentation level you can set in XMLport Designer. You can also use the buttons in XMLport Designer to change the indentation level of an element or an attribute.

Show:
© 2014 Microsoft