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-<meta name="copyright" content="Copyright (c) IBM Corporation and others 2006. This page is made available under license. For full details see the LEGAL in the documentation book that contains this page." />
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-<title>Getting Started</title>
-<h2>Getting Started</h2>
-<p>JET is a tool for generating one or more files from a model using <b>templates</b>. Templates are a mixture of
-text and JET commands (know as <b>tags</b>). The tags extract information from a model, and place it into the expanded
-template. JET then writes the expanded template to the Eclipse workspace. A collection of JET templates is called a
-<b>transformation</b>. Each transformation is created as a separate JET project.</p>
-<p>You can start learning JET by <a href="newProject.xhtml">creating a JET project</a>,
-understanding the <a href="transformStructure.xhtml">structure of a JET project</a>
-and learning the <a href="commonTags.xhtml">most common JET tags</a>.
-JET transformations extract information from an input model via XPath expressions. You can learn the basics of XPath
-by reading <a href="essentialXPath.xhtml">Essential XPath</a> </p>
-<p>In order to test your JET transformation, see <a href="runningTransforms.xhtml">Running JET Transformations</a></p>
-<p>Once completed, you can share your transformation with others. See <a href="deployingTransforms.xhtml">Deploying Transformations</a>.</p>

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