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In windows help there used to be context string length limitations when we ported it to UNIX using Bristolhelp or Hyperhelp (I think).

Are there any context string length limitations in JavaHelp?

Code in product is HID_MenuName = "menuBar_htm"

MAP IDs are in an xml file

I ask because the client decided javahelp was easy and updated the original files. When they updated they put the topics in folders in robohelp. The xml file with the map ids concatenated the names because the paths are longer (relative vs. absolute path).

Thanks,
Julie
julielaw2@aol.com

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Roger Brinkley

Julie Lawyer wrote:

> In windows help there used to be context string length limitations
> when we ported it to UNIX using Bristolhelp or Hyperhelp (I think).
>
> Are there any context string length limitations in JavaHelp?

None.

Binky

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