RLPopeIII
Is there a document around here that explains the element data for PB XML? For example, what do the link/dir numbers translate to?


Thanks,

Ren
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zenrain
I tried to do that here on the Google Group Users page. However, it's not official, and only applies to pre 5.5 versions. The schema has changed as of 5.5, and once it comes out of beta, I'll probably start looking at updating the page.
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RLPopeIII

Thank you!

Ren Pope
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Adathome
zenrain wrote: I tried to do that here on the Google Group Users page. However, it's not official, and only applies to pre 5.5 versions.

Zenrain, this "dir" explanation is not complete;
"<dir>1</dir>This denotes if the thought is a parent / child relationship, or Jump thought relationship. 1= Parent / Child, 3 = Jump."

This is the complete explanation:

In the plex                                                                               In PB database 
                                                                                                
0 = link-type
                                                                                                 2 = thought-type



1 = child   --> parent                                                                  thought idB  --> thought idA
2 = parent --> child                                                                    thought idA  --> thought idB
3 = jump   Thought idB --> idA  or  idA <-- thought idB                 thought idB  --> thought idA    

                                                                                                (PB database has directional information.)
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zenrain
Thanks!
I've updated the description.

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