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RE: [JAVAHELP] Pure JSP

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Anonymous

We used the reference implementation that has javascript, so I cannot help you with that. However, there is a bug related to the tocitem tag that you will need to be aware of if you plan on dynamically merging helpsets. If you are using a "main" helpset, your TOC xml file will need to have the tocitem xml tag changed to "tocItem", but all your "merged" helpset TOC xml files will need to have the tag set as "tocitem". Otherwise, the dynamically merged helpsets will not appear correctly in the TOC in the jsp version of the application. This is a bug in the tag code and I have reported it, though I have not received any feedback.

Example (mainTOC.xml):

<?xml version='1.0' encoding='ISO-8859-1'?>

Example (reportsTOC.xml):
<?xml version='1.0' encoding='ISO-8859-1' ?>

...

Hope this helps,

John

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Subject: [JAVAHELP] Pure JSP

Sorry if this question has already been answered but if it has, then I could not find it.

Due to security considerations, I am unable to use either applets or javascript for a server-based help system. Has anyone created a pure html/jsp javahelp application demo?

I'm in the process of reading the JavaHelp Manual but I wanted to see if someone has already found the answer.

Thanks in advance.
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SilentNSly
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> We used the reference implementation that has JavaScript

Where can I find this reference implementation?

I am new to Java Help API and am trying to host my Java Help on a TomCat as part of my web app. Currently all I got is a MS Word document written by my company's technical writer.

Roger Brinkley

javahelp1@JAVADESKTOP.ORG wrote:

>> We used the reference implementation that has JavaScript
>
>
> Where can I find this reference implementation?
>
> I am new to Java Help API and am trying to host my Java Help on a
> TomCat as part of my web app. Currently all I got is a MS Word
> document written by my company's technical writer.

I'm not sure you need it if you're going to do a web app implementation.

Binky

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