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Tilde notation GCV reference in DirXML-Resource

I have a DirXML-Resource I use, and it is XML. Policies load its
contents into memory in policy.

If i use a ~GCVName~ reference in it, will it be replaced?

I know it will in:
Filter
Policies
XSLT

But is a DirXML-Resource loaded at run time and search replaced for
~GCVName~ references?

I have no clue on this one. (I can always solve this by modifying my
policy that loads it, but I would prefer a simpler solution).


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Re: Tilde notation GCV reference in DirXML-Resource

I suspect it is not, but you'd have to try to be sure.

It's easy enough to find/replace, only the double "~~GCV~~" notation you need to use in token do-replace-all to match "~GCV~" occurences in your resource and prevent the driver from throwing an error on driver startup took me a bit to figure out.
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Re: Tilde notation GCV reference in DirXML-Resource

On 8/16/2018 5:04 AM, lhaeger wrote:
>
> I suspect it is not, but you'd have to try to be sure.
>
> It's easy enough to find/replace, only the double "~~GCV~~" notation you
> need to use in token do-replace-all to match "~GCV~" occurences in your
> resource and prevent the driver from throwing an error on driver startup
> took me a bit to figure out.


Ya, I figured it would not be. They do not 'load' resources at startup.
But they do XSLT and Policy.


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