If you used apdgf.generator.For or a similar construct generating an List<Object> of values per field and row, this output will split and replicate this single line into multiple lines.
Example: Original Line:
will result in:
|seed||Random number generator seed of this Element. Overrides default seeding behavior.||no||0||1|
|name||(Class)Name of this element. Used to identify plugin Class. Full name is required. Example: com.en.myPluginPackage.myPuginClass||yes||1||1|
|active||Boolean flag if this output is active/used||no||0||1||
|id||Identification String of this element. May be used to uniquely identify a field within the children of an Element.||no||0||1|
|multilineFieldId||Content type: Integer
Sets the field from which the number of lines to extract is determined. The specified field MUST contain a list. Example: If this is set to '2', then the third field (fieldID is an array index, so starting at 0) must contain a list. If that list has a length of '42', then the generator uses that value to iterate over all other lists it might encounter. When writing out the generated data, the logic is follows:
If a field does not contain a list, the value is printed out in each of the 42 lines.
If a field contains a list, the current list item is printed out (so in the first line, list index 0 is printed, in the second line index 1, and so on).
The user must make sure that ALL lists within one line of the data generator's output have the same length.If it contains a longer list than the specified multilineFieldId list, trailing elements will be ignored. If it contains a shorter list, an error will occur if this generator tries to access the missing elements.
|output||Specifies the output plugin and its configuration to be used for output of generated value. Required child nodes are specified by the plugin.||yes||1||1|