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I'd create task topics for each type of maintenance based on user roles (electricians, operators, and so on). I'd also create reference topics for scheduled maintenance tasks. For example, annual maintenance, quarterly maintenance, weekly/daily maintenance, and so on.
Are you looking for anything more?
On Wed, Apr 1, 2015 at 7:19 PM, Steve Hudson <sh1448291904 -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
Frequent scheduled maint, infrequent sched maint, ad hoc maint is usually a
good start, but it can depend on functionality and the roles required for
the maint. Eg Electrical maintenance, plumbing maintenance
On 1 April 2015 at 12:50, sun xin <js_sunxin -at- 163 -dot- com> wrote:
> I work in the machinery industry and am learning and using DITA-OT these
> days. I have a question for you guys:
> How do you organize your manuals' content especially the repair manual
> using DITA's methodology? For example: If you are writing how to service
> and maintain the engine, how do you go about organizing all the relevant
> tasks? What is the process for this? Any answers will be appreciated.
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