Customizing the PDF Output of Generated XML Schema Documentation

To customize the PDF output of the generated XML Schema documentation, use the following procedure:
  1. Customize the [OXYGEN_INSTALL_DIR]/frameworks/schema_documentation/xsl/xsdDocDocbook.xsl stylesheet to include the content that you want to add in the PDF output. Add the content in the XSLT template with the match="schemaDoc" attribute between the info and xsl:apply-templates elements, as commented in the following example:
    <info>
        <pubdate><xsl:value-of select="format-date(current-date(),
             '[Mn] [D], [Y]', 'en', (), ())"/></pubdate>
    </info>
       <!-- Add the XSLT template content with match="schemaDoc" attribute here -->
    <xsl:apply-templates select="schemaHierarchy"/>
    Note: The content that you insert here has to be wrapped in DocBook markup.
  2. Create an intermediary file that holds the content of your XML Schema documentation.
    1. Go to Tools > Generate Documentation > XML Schema Documentation.
    2. Select Custom for the output format and click the Options button.
    3. In the Custom format options dialog box, do the following:
      1. Enter the customized stylesheet in the Custom XSL field ([OXYGEN_INSTALL_DIR]/frameworks/schema_documentation/xsl/xsdDocDocbook.xsl).
      2. Select the Copy additional resources to the output folder option and leave the default selection in the Resources field.
      3. Click OK.
    4. When you return to the XML Schema Documentation dialog box, just press the Generate button to generate a DocBook XML file with an intermediary form of the Schema documentation.
  3. Create the final PDF document.
    1. Use the Configure Transformation Scenario(s) action from the toolbar or the XML menu, click New, and select XML transformation with XSLT.
    2. In the New Scenario dialog box, go to the XSL URL field and choose the [OXYGEN_INSTALL_DIR]/frameworks/docbook/oxygen/xsdDocDocbookCustomizationFO.xsl file.
    3. Go to the FO Processor tab and select the Perform FO Processing and XSLT result as input options.
    4. Go to the Output tab and select the directory where you want to store the XML Schema documentation output and click OK.
    5. Click Apply Associated.