After you have set up the RSS Feed and saved the RGC file, you can access this file using the RssWebGenerator.
You can also distribute the XML file. The XML file is useful when you do not want to create a large amount of network traffic on your database server, which may occur when a lot of people access the live RSS Feed using the RGC file. Instead, using a batch file you set up, you can generate the XML at a specific time every day and save the results on a dedicated web server. You can then distribute the XML link to interested parties. These parties in turn can access the XML file using a web browser or an RSS Reader.
You can edit this stylesheet to change the appearance of the query. By default, you will find rss2.xsl in the Framework folder.
These results are live, and will update each time your database query is polled.
The preview will appear blank if you have not set up the Preview Attributes in the query. Refer to Designing queries for information about adding preview attributes to a query.
You can edit this stylesheet to change the appearance of the preview. By default, you will find previewStyleSheet.css in the Framework folder.
You can also access the RSS Feed using an RSS Reader.
You can open and edit existing RGC files using the TPS RSS Feed Generator.
By default, this folder is in the \Program Files (x86)\LANDesk\Framework folder.
You can open and edit existing XML files using Notepad.
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