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That got me rolling. It turns out I was using the transform templates but I had created one called "C++" in keeping with the examples (C#, etc). It probably would be better to name it something different.

Next, I've been using InformationFlow to depict "wires" between components (Com1,port1 to Comp2, portN). The transform gave me an error and I see that InformationFlow is not one of the supported connectors. Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Dan

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Hi,
Is there a white paper or perpahs a helpful thread of discussion for writing transform templates? I want to transform the model I've created that defines component subassemblies into code. I think I need to transform components to classes and then generate code from there. I'm not having luck with getting elemType == Component -> Class to work right (at all). Any pointers?

I've been messing with the default templates (C++) but no luck.

Thanks,
Dan

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I am getting off topic but How To would be great and I would contribute. I'm not an expert and it is likely any How To I post will get edited significantly. That would be awesome!

I also wish for a sort of repository of goodies. There are lots of customizations that can be made and shared.

Back on topic... The white paper didn't help me much either. I've had the best luck with cut and paste. I check out the master document, highlight the entire section I'm updating and paste in the new generated content. I choose match destination formatting. As long as I have a mapping from styles in my RTF to Word, it works pretty well. I think I'll stick with that crude process.

Dan

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