ACUCOBOL-GT includes several configuration variables for configuring the XML output that is generated by the AcuXML interface. These include:
|AXML_CREATE_STYLE||Defines whether a DTD or schema is included with the XML output that is generated|
|AXML_CREATE_SCHEMA||Tells AcuXML whether to create a schema file, or simply include the name of a schema file in the output|
|AXML_SCHEMA_DOC||Adds a documentation element to the schema if created|
|AXML_SCHEMA_NAME||Defines the name of the schema file to generate, if any|
|AXML_SCHEMA_NAMESPACE_DATA||Defines the precise schema namespace string to include in the XML output|
|AXML_ENCODING||Specifies a character encoding method for the XML files that AcuXML creates|
|AXML_STYLESHEET_TYPE||Adds a stylesheet comment to the beginning of generated XML files. This associates a style sheet with the XML documents.|
|AXML_STYLESHEET_HREF||Names the XML style sheet to use|
|AXML_IGNORE_EMPTY_DATA||When writing tags, ignores data items that are all blank (in the case of alpha data) or "0" (in the case of numeric data)|
All of the variables are optional. If desired, you include them in your runtime configuration file, just as you would any ACUCOBOL-GT configuration variable. In addition, you should also use the configuration file to specify the location of your XML files, which particular files are of XML type, and perform additional configuration as desired.
See Configuration Variables for usage details on all of the configuration variables that are listed here.