[oXygen-user] ID Setting Extension for DITA Authoring
Thu May 14 05:33:17 CDT 2009
1) The answer is no, but we are already considering adding an
enhancement for automatic ID assignment when content is inserted in the
Of course, the tag names for which ID values will be automatically
generated will be customizable. So when this gets done your problem will
be solved, but in the meantime...
2) I created a sample operation for inserting a DITA Topic with an
A jar file is attached containing both the operation class and its
source so you can modify it.
You have to edit the "DITA" document type, in the "Classpath" tab add
your additional library and in the "Actions" table for the
"insert.topic" action invoke your own custom operation in all XPath
Then you can call the action from the toolbar, menus or with a shortcut
and have topics with different ID's inserted on each invocation.
Radu Coravu <oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger
Eliot Kimber wrote:
> I'm using Author to create DITA documents that have nested topics. An
> annoyance is that topics require the id= attribute, so having inserted a
> nested topic, I then have to set the ID even though I don't really care what
> the ID is.
> My questions:
> 1. Is there already a sample Oxygen extension that assigns IDs that I can
> use or adapt for this?
> 2. If the answer to (1) is no, where should I look for guidance on how to
> implement such an extension.
> Eliot Kimber | Senior Solutions Architect | Really Strategies, Inc.
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