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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
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<!DOCTYPE oor:component-schema SYSTEM "../../../../component-schema.dtd">
<oor:component-schema xmlns:oor="http://openoffice.org/2001/registry" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" oor:name="Substitution" oor:package="org.openoffice.Office" xml:lang="en-US"> <info>
		<desc>Stores rules for user-defined path variables called SharePoint. These rules are evaluated when a user-defined path variable must be substituted with a real path.</desc>
	</info>
	<templates>
		<group oor:name="SharePointMapping">
			<info>
				<desc>Maps a share point to an existing path or to another share point defined in the Directory property.</desc>
			</info>
			<prop oor:name="Directory" oor:type="xs:string" oor:nillable="false">
				<info>
					<desc>Specifies a physical directory location that is stored as a valid encoded file URL or with other path variables.</desc>
				</info>
			</prop>
			<group oor:name="Environment">
				<info>
					<desc>Specifies the operating system required for this share point mapping. As a result, system dependent settings can be defined.</desc>
				</info>
				<prop oor:name="OS" oor:type="xs:string">
					<info>
						<desc>Specifies the operating system required for this share point mapping. As a result, system depedent settings can be defined.</desc>
					</info>
				</prop>
				<prop oor:name="Host" oor:type="xs:string">
					<info>
						<desc>Specifies the name of the host for which the Directory property setting is valid. You can use the &apos;*&apos; wildcard for the name.</desc>
					</info>
				</prop>
				<prop oor:name="DNSDomain" oor:type="xs:string">
					<info>
						<desc>Specifies the dns domain for which the Directory property variable is valid. You can use the &apos;*&apos; wildcard for the domain.</desc>
					</info>
				</prop>
				<prop oor:name="YPDomain" oor:type="xs:string">
					<info>
						<desc>Specifies the yellow pages or NIS domain for which the Directory property variable is valid. You can use the &apos;*&apos; wildcard for the name.</desc>
					</info>
				</prop>
				<prop oor:name="NTDomain" oor:type="xs:string">
					<info>
						<desc>Specifies the NT domain for which the Directory property variable is valid. You can use the &apos;*&apos; wildcard for the domain.</desc>
					</info>
				</prop>
			</group>
		</group>
		<set oor:name="SharePoint" oor:node-type="SharePointMapping">
			<info>
				<desc>Specifies the path variable name. The name is case-sensitive and must be defined with ASCII characters. The name is used as a placeholder within path settings and can be substituted during runtime with a path defined in one of the defined mappings.</desc>
			</info>
		</set>
	</templates>
	<component>
		<set oor:name="SharePoints" oor:node-type="SharePoint">
			<info>
				<desc>Specifies a table of SharePoints that are used as path variables (placeholder) within path settings.</desc>
			</info>
		</set>
	</component>
</oor:component-schema>