[oXygen-user] DITA: @audience = novice or expert

Echlin, Robert Robert.Echlin at windriver.com
Tue Jun 26 09:36:46 CDT 2012

I did not have to add the new values in the settings, as they are provided by the DTD.


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Subject: Re: [oXygen-user] DITA: @audience = novice or expert

thanks for your help.
I would definitely not have found that in the menus!


Rob Echlin, 1.613.270.5796 | Skype: rob.echlin.wr 

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From: oXygen XML Editor Support [mailto:support at oxygenxml.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 4:32 AM
To: oxygen-user at oxygenxml.com
Cc: Echlin, Robert
Subject: Re: [oXygen-user] DITA: @audience = novice or expert

Hi Rob,

oXygen comes with a preconfigured set of profiling attribute values for 
some of the built-in document types.

The "novice" and "expert" values that appear in the drop down lists are 
the sample values added for DITA "audience" profiling attribute.
You can see the following explanation in the documentation tooltip that 
appears when you hover the "novice" and "expert" entries from the 
drop-down list:
"Sample value. You can change it from the 'Profiling/Conditional Text' 
preferences page".
So, you can go to oXygen Preferences / Editor / Edit modes / Author / 
Profiling/Conditional Text to redefine the audience attribute values to 
match your specific needs: you can delete the "novice" and "expert" 
values and add your custom "rtpDev" and "kernelDev" values.

You can read about oXygen Profiling / Conditional text support for DITA 
in our online documentation:

Best regards,

Mihaela Calotescu
<oXygen/>  XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger

On 6/25/2012 7:55 PM, Echlin, Robert wrote:
> Hi
> I have constrained, in DITA 1.2, the attribute audience to allow two values, "rtpDev" and "kernelDev".
> However, oXygen 13.2 keeps insisting on showing four values.
> It adds "novice" and "expert" to the drop down list in the "Attributes" view, and in the list displayed by<ctrl-space>   keystroke.
> I don't think the extra words are added incorrectly by my DTD, because:
> -  they don't appear in the files my DTD uses (according to grep)
> - when I select novice or expert, oXygen very kindly displays this error message:
>    - [Xerces] Attribute "audience" with value "novice" must have a value from the list "kernelDev rtpDev"
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks,
> Rob
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> Rob Echlin, Documentation Systems Architect, Wind River
> +1.613.270.5796 | Skype: rob.echlin.wr
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