How can profiling condition values follow the transformed output?

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ann.jensen
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How can profiling condition values follow the transformed output?

Post by ann.jensen »

Hi,
Currently profiling conditions are used to include/exclude content in the output but do these values or can these values exist in the transformed output (Oxygen transforms) as metadata values so that they can be interpreted by LLMs?
Thanks in advance,
Ann
Radu
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Re: How can profiling condition values follow the transformed output?

Post by Radu »

Hello Ann,
Usually the ditaval filter has one or multiple <prop> elements with action="exclude". There is also an action="passthrough" value which implies that the profiling attribute values should be passed through to the HTML5 output as "data-*" attributes, so maybe you can experiment with that:
https://www.oxygenxml.com/dita/1.3/spec ... -prop.html
Regards,
Radu
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ann.jensen
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Re: How can profiling condition values follow the transformed output?

Post by ann.jensen »

That's exactly what I was looking for, thank you Radu.
Regards,
Ann
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