|ID||The ID attribute is a pervasive attribute that uniquely identifies an element within a definition file. The ID needs to be a unique value within the definition.|
|PluginMethod||(Required) The name of the Plugin's method to be called.|
|PluginName||(Required) The filename of the plugin assembly, typically ending in ".dll" for .NET or a .class file in a .jar for Java. In .NET the assembly file should normally be located in the _Plugins folder, under the application root. In Java a standalone .class file goes in WEB-INF\classes under the application root. A .jar file containing. class files goes in WEB-INF\lib under the application root.
You may also specify a complete absolute path to the assembly dll in .Net. This should not be done in Java.
However, the full name of the Java class including package is necessary(i.e. com.logixml.plugins.SamplePlugin10).
|PluginTypeName||The TypeName specifies the plugin's class that contains the method that will be called. The value consists of the dll's root namespace, ".", and the class name. For example: "LogiXML.SamplePlugin.Plugin".
This attributes is required for .NET plugins, and is ignored for Java plugins.|