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wrapping an element while reading an xml in FrameMaker?

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I'm trying to wrap an xml element within a fm element. The Dev Guide describes how read/write rules could unwrap, rename  elements,... but nothing like wrapping an element. Is this possible to do with r/w rules when reading an xml file?

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wrapping an element while reading an xml in FrameMaker?

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I'm trying to wrap an xml element within a fm element. The Dev Guide describes how read/write rules could unwrap, rename  elements,... but nothing like wrapping an element. Is this possible to do with r/w rules when reading an xml file?

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I don't think you can wrap with R/W rules, but you could use an XSLT stylesheet to do this. You can automatically have an XSLT stylesheet applied when you open the XML file. This is done by specifying a stylesheet in the structured application. If you need some help with this, please contact me offlist. Thank you. rick at frameexpert dot com

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Thanks!

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