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Re: [JAVAHELP] Presentation of topics in jar file

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Anonymous

Are you using RoboHelp? I had a similar issue with MS HTML help. It turned
out to be a "bug" in RoboHelp. I now publish my CHM files outside of the
project directory, and haven't had an issue since.

I wonder if there might be the same kind of indexing issue (my guess) in JH?

Chris Michaud
Sr Technical Writer
Phone: 978-486-8860

EasyAsk, Inc.
cmichaud@easyask.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Ina Forst/PPI [mailto:ina.forst@PPI.DE]
Sent: Wednesday, October 22, 2003 10:02 AM
To: JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM
Subject: [JAVAHELP] Presentation of topics in jar file

Hello all,
I have created a jar file, which comprises two other jar files. I use an
authoring tool for compiling two single doc files in two single jar files.
In a last step, the authoring tool is used for merging the two jar files
into a complete jar file by copying all files into a common directory. If I
open the complete jar file, everything looks fine. If the same jar file is
invoked from a Java application, the navigation tree looks fine only at
first sight. When scrolling down to the last topic I couldn't believe what I
saw. After the last topic all other topics were repeated, so every topic is
contained twice.

Does anyone have a clue what's going on? Any help is urgently needed.

Thanks in advance!

Ina
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