[oXygen-user] Link one ditamap to another?
Tue Jul 14 02:04:29 CDT 2009
There are some limitations in the DITA Open Toolkit used to publish DITA
Maps in Oxygen regarding the references between different topics or maps.
Basically if the two DITA Maps are in the same folder and one links to
another using something like:
<topicref href="hierarchy.ditamap" format="ditamap"/>
the output should work but if the maps are in different folder
hierarchies the DITA Open Toolkit transformation will complain with
[pipeline] [DOTJ036W][WARN] The file
"D:\oxygen\samples\dita\flowers\topics\introduction.xml" referenced by
"D:\oxygen\samples\dita\flowers\flowers.ditamap" is outside the scope of
the input dita/map directory. If you do not want to see the warning
message,please use the Ant parameter 'outer.control', and set the value
as "quiet".Or,you can move the referenced file
"D:\oxygen\samples\dita\flowers\topics\introduction.xml" into the the
input dita/map directory.
I think the DITA Map which refers must be either in the same directory
as the referenced map or the referenced map must be in a folder
structure below the master DITA Map.
You can try to register on the DITA Users List and maybe they will give
you more details about this limitation.
See this link for more DITA resources:
<oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger
Loreti, Wendy wrote:
> I'm currently working on two products. Product A will become a
> component in Product B. I created a project for Product A with its own
> ditamap and so on. For Product B, I created a reference to the project
> for Product A (I'm using the Eclipse plugin version of oxygen) and
> linked from Product B's ditamap to Product A's ditamap. While oxygen
> appears to let me do this, it's not generating the topics for Product
> A's project.
> *Wendy Loreti*
> Senior Technical Writer
> Vocollect, Inc.
> 703 Rodi Rd.
> Pittsburgh, PA 15235
> www.vocollect.com <http://www.vocollect.com/>
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