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taxonomy/XDAS map creation


Has anyone found a way to stream line creating this file such as loading
a list of events, then selecting the taxonomy level 1, which then limits
level 2 options to only those available then the same for 3. Then
select from the list of outcome. Take all of that and generate the
taxonomy file with the correct XDAS entry also.

It seems using the table from the docs and just doing them each by hand
may be sort of tedious / cumbersome. Or am I just looking at this
wrong?


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Re: taxonomy/XDAS map creation


Unfortunately that's where we are right now.

In the new SDK, you won't specify the legacy taxonomy any more - only
the XDAS taxonomy. So all you'll need is the singular XDAS action
taxonomy entry and the XDAS outcome taxonomy entry. That will help a
bit.

In addition, our new Eclipse plug-in will allow us to, in the future,
create fancy editors for these types of things (you'll see one for the
connectionMethods.xml file), but we'll have to build those over time.


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