Mark up text file
Creates, in a text file that has a non-XML format, such as HTML, JSON, CSS, or flat text, one or more placeholders for a target variable. An example of such a placeholder is:
The required "Replacement file" identifies the text file to be marked up.
The placeholders are created by replacing all occurrences of "String" in "Replacement file" by "Replacement".
The required "String" must not contain variable placeholders.
The required "Replacement" must be a string that consists of at least one variable placeholder, or contains at least one.
The primary purpose of calling this action is to make released deliverable files configurable to specific target computers. See Mark up XML attribute for creating variable placeholders in deliverables that are XML data files rather than text files.
You can use this action for string replacements in a wider sense by setting the optional "Check target variable" = No. If you do not pass this flag, it is set to Yes.
With "Check target variable" = No:
•"String" is allowed to contain variable placeholders.
•"Replacement" no longer needs to contain a variable placeholder.