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<h2>Run a JET Transformation</h2>
<p>JET Transformations can be run via the Eclipse Run menue:
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  <li> Select <b>Run -&gt; Run...</b> from the menu. </li>
  <li> Provide a name for the configuration (so you can re-run it quickly). </li>
  <li> Select the <b>JET Transformation</b> category, and then click 'New' button. </li>
  <li> Browse for the input file, and select the desired transformation from the <b>ID</b> drop down.</li>
  <li> Click <b>Run</b>.</li>
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The transformation will execute, and produce some output in a console view.
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<p>For XML documents in a transformation project, there is a launch short cut that lets you configure a JET transformation quickly:
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  <li> Right click over the document, and choose <b>Run As-&gt;Input for JET Transformation</b> </li>
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This will create a run configuration (if necessary), and then launch it.
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