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Roger Brinkley

Douglas Kramer wrote:

> Roger,
>
> Can you help Igor?
>
> -Doug
>
> Igor Petrov wrote:
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>> Dear Mr. Kramer,
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>> Could you send me a very brief example on defining the target value; I
>> mean, the value of the attribute target, like source code below.
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>> I don’t know whether there should be a structure, with ‘debug’ as root
>> and ‘arguments’ as leaf; should the target itself be presented as a
>> html file or id it rather some jar?

Targets are defined in the map file. For instance in your example the
target entry would look like:

If you have any further questions you can ask them on javahelp mailing
list or the JavaHelp forum on http://javadesktop.org/forums. Also the
JavaHelp Users Guide has additional information on this subject.

Roger Brinkley
JavaHelp Engineering

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David M. Brown

Igor Petrov wrote:
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> Could you send me a very brief example on defining the target value; I
> mean, the value of the attribute target, like source code below.
>
>

If you're working on an index, HTML Indexer (even the free demo) will
create the .xml and .jhm files for you.

If nothing else, you can use them to see what the content of those files
should look like.

--David

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