<Entry>

The Entry element provides meta data for the document element, such as associated groups for organizing the document element. These options require version 5.1 or later of iSiloX and iSiloXC.

Full element example

    <Entry>
      <Groups>
        <Group>/Personal/Memoirs</Group>
        <Group>/Business</Group>
      </Groups>
    </Entry>

Sub-element summary

TagTypeDefaultDescription
<Groups> multi-string n/a Groups to which the entry belongs.

Sub-element descriptions

<Groups>

Description
Within the <Groups> start tag and the </Groups> end tag, specify one or more Group elements. A given document element can belong to multiple groups. This serves as a way to organize document elements. Each Group element consists of a group path string enclosed within the <Group> start tag and the </Group> end tag, with forward slashes serving as the path-separator character. Each group path must be a full group path and thus all group paths must begin with a forward slash. If a group name has a slash as part of its name, then it must be represented in the path with two forward slashes so that it does not get interpreted as a path-separator character.

Examples
This example specifies that the entry belongs to the groups whose paths are /Personal/Memoirs and /Business. Note that both group paths begin with a forward slash as required.
  <Groups>
    <Group>/Personal/Memoirs</Group>
    <Group>/Business</Group>
  </Groups>
The next example specifies that the entry belongs to the top-level group named Evening/Night. Note that the group path string uses two forward slashes between the two words to indicate that the character between the two words is a forward slash that is part of the group name and thus that the two words with the forward slash between them form a single group name instead of two separate levels in the group path.
  <Groups>
    <Group>/Evening//Night</Group>
  </Groups>

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