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With Arbortext Editor, how to combine XML Documents and Fragments Using XInclude

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With Arbortext Editor, how to combine XML Documents and Fragments Using XInclude

Hello,

With Arbortext Editor, is it possible to combine XML Documents and Fragments Using XInclude ?

I want to include only a fragment of a file in a master file.

Kind regards

David

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Re: With Arbortext Editor, how to combine XML Documents and Fragments Using XInclude

If you are using DITA (or one of its variants like Techinfo or SMA), you may be able to accomplish what you want using conrefs. Check the Help Center for "DITA Content Reference Overview" for info on how this works.

 

If you aren't using DITA, you will probably need to do some development to add your own content inclusion mechanism to your doctype. The "standard" way to do this would be with Xinclude using the xpointer attribute, but xpointer doesn't seem to be supported in Arbortext.

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Re: With Arbortext Editor, how to combine XML Documents and Fragments Using XInclude

If you are using DITA (or one of its variants like Techinfo or SMA), you may be able to accomplish what you want using conrefs. Check the Help Center for "DITA Content Reference Overview" for info on how this works.

 

If you aren't using DITA, you will probably need to do some development to add your own content inclusion mechanism to your doctype. The "standard" way to do this would be with Xinclude using the xpointer attribute, but xpointer doesn't seem to be supported in Arbortext.

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Re: With Arbortext Editor, how to combine XML Documents and Fragments Using XInclude

Hello Clay,

 

Thanks for your response.

Kind regards

David