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On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 11:49 PM, Claudine Chausson
<claudine -dot- chausson -at- jwaretechnologies -dot- com> wrote:
> Hi everyone
> I have an issue with the structure of my project. I use DITA, Oxygen to
> it, and ClearCase for version control. I output to pdf.
> I?m writing the same manual for 2 different clients. Many topics are
> some are specific and some are of a mixed type. I could use metadata to
> the information and then use DITAVAL to include or exclude topics; it
> well. But how can I do if I need to create a manual for a new client and
> then another new one, and so on?
> I figured I could use different folders and follow a structure similar to
> ? ?Client1
> ????? Client1 Images
> ????? (list of files specific to Client1 + Client1 project + Client1
> ?? Client2
> ????? Client2 Images
> ????? (list of files specific to Client2 + Client2 project + Client2
> ?? Images
> ?? (list of common files)
> Is it feasible (and viable) to work like this? What about mixed type
> How can I manage those? With DITAVAL?
> Any insight will be appreciated.
> Claudine CHAUSSON
> Technical writer
> JWARE Technologies
> Mail/to: claudine -dot- chausson -at- jwaretechnologies -dot- com
> http://: www.jwaretechnologies.com
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