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Anonymous

Hello all,

In my application, I have to implement context-sensitive help. It is working
almost fine except one. I am using anchors in my html file and in map file I
am associating these anchors to unique map ids. In my toc file I am giving
only the main screen name as text. Now, is it possible to associate these
text to multiple targets?

Actually what I want is, whenever I press F1 key on a field in a screen, the
map id associated with that file should display in editorpane but in Table
of Content pane main screen name should be selected.

Can anyone help me on this.

Regards,
Surbhi

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Roger Brinkley

Surbhi Mutneja wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> In my application, I have to implement context-sensitive help. It is
> working almost fine except one. I am using anchors in my html file and
> in map file I am associating these anchors to unique map ids. In my toc
> file I am giving only the main screen name as text. Now, is it possible
> to associate these text to multiple targets?
>
> Actually what I want is, whenever I press F1 key on a field in a screen,
> the map id associated with that file should display in editorpane but in
> Table of Content pane main screen name should be selected.

Not possible to have a TOC item go to multiple ids.

Binky

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Surbhi Mutneja

Ok Binky. But can you suggest me any other way by which I can do so?

Regards,
Surbhi Mutneja

On 2/24/06, Roger Brinkley wrote:
>
> Surbhi Mutneja wrote:
> > Hello all,
> >
> > In my application, I have to implement context-sensitive help. It is
> > working almost fine except one. I am using anchors in my html file and
> > in map file I am associating these anchors to unique map ids. In my toc
> > file I am giving only the main screen name as text. Now, is it possible
> > to associate these text to multiple targets?
> >
> > Actually what I want is, whenever I press F1 key on a field in a screen,
> > the map id associated with that file should display in editorpane but in
> > Table of Content pane main screen name should be selected.
>
> Not possible to have a TOC item go to multiple ids.
>
> Binky
>
>
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