IsMapped

XmlMapping.IsMapped property

Returns true if the parent structured document tag is successfully mapped to XML data.

public bool IsMapped { get; }

Examples

Shows how to set XML mappings for custom XML parts.

Document doc = new Document();

// Construct an XML part that contains text and add it to the document's CustomXmlPart collection.
string xmlPartId = Guid.NewGuid().ToString("B");
string xmlPartContent = "<root><text>Text element #1</text><text>Text element #2</text></root>";
CustomXmlPart xmlPart = doc.CustomXmlParts.Add(xmlPartId, xmlPartContent);

Assert.AreEqual("<root><text>Text element #1</text><text>Text element #2</text></root>", 
    Encoding.UTF8.GetString(xmlPart.Data));

// Create a structured document tag that will display the contents of our CustomXmlPart.
StructuredDocumentTag tag = new StructuredDocumentTag(doc, SdtType.PlainText, MarkupLevel.Block);

// Set a mapping for our structured document tag. This mapping will instruct
// our structured document tag to display a portion of the XML part's text contents that the XPath points to.
// In this case, it will be contents of the the second "<text>" element of the first "<root>" element: "Text element #2".
tag.XmlMapping.SetMapping(xmlPart, "/root[1]/text[2]", "xmlns:ns='http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema'");

Assert.True(tag.XmlMapping.IsMapped);
Assert.AreEqual(xmlPart, tag.XmlMapping.CustomXmlPart);
Assert.AreEqual("/root[1]/text[2]", tag.XmlMapping.XPath);
Assert.AreEqual("xmlns:ns='http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema'", tag.XmlMapping.PrefixMappings);

// Add the structured document tag to the document to display the content from our custom part.
doc.FirstSection.Body.AppendChild(tag);
doc.Save(ArtifactsDir + "StructuredDocumentTag.XmlMapping.docx");

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