Preserve Structure.Creates split files having the same structure as the source XML. Helps ensure XML schema validity.
Preview Mode. The Wizard creates and displays the first split file only.
Header Element. Includes the
first element under the root (header) in each split file.
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Depth. Specifies the element depth in the XML hierarchy for inclusion.
Root Element. Encapsulates each split file with the specified
root. If it has attributes, it automatically handles the quotes so the entire root is properly quoted for the script engine.
Include File. The specified file is inserted at the beginning of each split file.
One use is to insert XML comments.
Append File. Inserts the specified file at the end of each
split file. When used with an Include File, each split file may be nested within multiple parent elements.
Threshold Element. Specifies the element in the source file at which the splitter begins processing, skipping over all preceding nodes.
Encoding. Specifies the encoding used to write the split files. utf-8, utf-16 and iso-8859-1 are currently supported.
Write Byte Order Mark. Specifies whether the splitter writes a byte order mark in each split file. This is useful when feeding the split files into other software that may either require it, or fire an exception if it occurs.
Write DOCTYPE. If a DOCTYPE node occurs, specifies if the splitter writes it in each split file, first only, or none. This is useful where a DTD containing named entities may not be available or needed.