Help with Simple FrameMaker EDD and Prefix as Paragraph

Subject: Help with Simple FrameMaker EDD and Prefix as Paragraph
From: cuc tu <cuc2u -at- hotmail -dot- com>
To: "techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2018 13:41:19 +0000

Hi All,


I'm just learning structured authoring in FrameMaker and am stuck on getting a prefix added as a paragraph. The description and system elements in the example xml source document below need to have a standalone heading paragraph populated.


I was reading the structured dev guide (2015) pg234 and tried to set up the system element in a similar way. With the below, I am getting the source content only, and properly formatted.


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE File SYSTEM "file:///C:/FMStructure/Test.dtd" [
]>

<File>
<File_Title>File Title</File_Title>
<SYSTEM>
<Description1>SYSTEM description 1</Description1>
<Description2>SYSTEM description 2</Description2>
</SYSTEM>
<SPA>
<Description1>SPA description 1</Description1>
<Description2>SPA description 2</Description2>
</SPA>
</File>



EDD Version is 12.0
Automatically create formats on import.
Element (Container): File
Valid as the highest-level element.
General rule: File_Title, (SYSTEM?,SPA?)
Element (Container): File_Title
General rule: <TEXT>
Text format rules
In all contexts.
Use paragraph format: Title
Element (Container): SYSTEM
General rule: (<TEXT>|Description1|Description2)*
Prefix rules
If context is: SYSTEM
Prefix: SYSTEM Chapter Heading
Else, if context is: Description1
Prefix: Desc1 Heading
Else, if context is: Description2
Prefix: Desc2 Heading
Text format rules
If context is: SYSTEM
Use paragraph format: ChapterHeading
Else, if context is: Description1
Use paragraph format: Heading4
Else, if context is: Description2
Use paragraph format: Heading4
Element (Container): SPA
General rule: (<TEXT>|Description1|Description2)*
Prefix rules
If context is: SPA
Prefix: SPA Chapter Heading
Else, if context is: Description1
Prefix: Desc1 Heading
Else, if context is: Description2
Prefix: Desc2 Heading
Text format rules
If context is: SPA
Use paragraph format: ChapterHeading
Else, if context is: Description1
Use paragraph format: Heading4
Else, if context is: Description2
Use paragraph format: Heading4
Element (Container): Description1
General rule: <TEXT>
Text format rules
In all contexts.
Use paragraph format: Indented4
Element (Container): Description2
General rule: <TEXT>
Text format rules
In all contexts.
Use paragraph format: Indented4




Thanks for any assistance,


C2

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