[oXygen-user] Unchecking "Use default catalog" Does Not Stop Framework's Catalog From Being Used
Wed May 28 10:17:41 CDT 2008
You have to remove the XML catalogs from the document type that matches
that XML document. You remove the XML catalogs in the Catalogs tab of
the document type edit dialog opened from menu Options -> Preferences ->
Document Type Association -- the Edit button. You can avoid modifying a
document type that you use more often by saving the document type for
the draft DITA 1.2 at project level (the radio button Project Options in
Options -> Preferences -> Document Type Association).
In the next version you will just disable the document type in the
Enabled column of the table with all the document types in Preferences.
Eliot Kimber wrote:
> I'm trying to use Oxygen to test documents against a set of DTDs as
> organized for distribution to a client. These are DITA specializations that
> use the draft DITA 1.2 declarations, so I don't want the DITA 1.1
> declarations to be involved at all.
> Unfortunately, it appears that Oxygen is including the DITA OT catalog from
> the frameworks directory even though I have "use default catalog" unchecked
> in my catalog options and only have my distribution-specific catalog
> included in the list of user-specified catalogs.
> Examining the catalog resolution trace I can see that references to the
> standard DITA declaration sets are resolving to the framework location.
> Is my expectation of how "use default catalog" should work correct or is
> there another way to disable use of the framework catalogs?
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