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Built-in transformation scenarios allow you to transform DITA maps to a variety of outputs, such as WebHelp, PDF, ODF, XHTML, EPUB, CHM, Kindle, and MS Word. Oxygen XML Author Eclipse plugin also includes a special Run DITA-OT Integrator that can be used to integrate a DITA-OT plugin and a DITA Map Metrics Report transformation that generates a statistics report for your DITA map. All of them are listed in the DITA Map section in the Configure Transformation Scenario(s) dialog box.

A variety of transformations scenarios are available for DITA maps:
  • Built-in transformation scenarios allow you to transform a DITA map to a variety of outputs, such as WebHelp, PDF, ODF, XHTML, EPUB, CHM, Kindle, and MS Word.
  • Run DITA-OT Integrator - Use this transformation scenario if you want to integrate a DITA-OT plugin. This scenario runs an Ant task that integrates all the plugins from the DITA-OT/plugins directory.
  • DITA Map Metrics Report - Use this type of transformation scenario if you want to generate a DITA map statistics report. It contains information such as:
    • The number of processed maps and topics.
    • Content reuse percentage.
    • Number of elements, attributes, words, and characters used in the entire DITA map structure.
    • DITA conditional processing attributes used in the DITA maps.
    • Processing instructions.
    • External links.
    • All @outputclass attribute values gathered from the DITA project.
    Important: If you have cross references that point to content outside the scope of the DITA map, that referenced content will not be counted. For example, if you have links to topics that are not included in the DITA map hierarchy, the content in those topics is ignored when generating the statistics.