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22 22  The top element is called the root element, in the example below it is the ##<database>## element (marked in red). The elements below the database element is called child elements, for example the ##<entities>## element (marked in green). The ##<bar>## element (marked in blue) is a child to ##<entities>## and thus a grand child to the ##<database>## element, and so on.
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27 27  An element can have an attribute. This information is found inside the tag, an example of this is marked in red in the picture below. It can also have a text value which is found between the tags, example marked in yellow.
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33 -== Save chapter 2 ==
32 +There are two different types of XML files in FEM-Design, the first is called struxml and contains the objects of the model. The second one is used to execute different types of calculations and to export results. This file type is called fdscript. For more information about the script function, please visit the [[wiki page.>>doc:FEM-Design API.Run script.WebHome]]
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34 +FEM-Design is able to both read and export models to struxml file format. Go to "File/Save as..." and choose struxml as the format. Go to "File/Open" to open the struxml file or just drag it into the FEM-Design window.
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