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From Satheesh Bandaram <sathe...@Sourcery.Org>
Subject Re: [doc] Suggestion for pasting links to the documentation
Date Mon, 09 May 2005 23:33:15 GMT
Thanks for the tip. I will use it next time. I noticed the URL wasn't
pointing to the required section, but I thought people can just search
once there in the manual. But, this is better. :-)


Jeff Levitt wrote:

>I have noticed a couple of emails lately referring to
>the documentation that is sourced in DITA. 
>Specifically, they are references to individual topics
>within manuals using the output that creates many html
>files instead of one large one.  However, it should be
>noted that simply grabbing the URL from your browser
>gives you the root directory for that manual, and not
>that specific topic.
>For example, Satheesh just sent out an email
>referencing SYSCS_UTIL.SYSCS_IMPORT_TABLE, but the
>link went to
>That link is just the Reference Manual link, and does
>not specifically go to SYSCS_UTIL.SYSCS_IMPORT_TABLE. 
>In order to get the specific link for a topic, right
>click on the link to it in the NAV tree, and view its
>properties.  The target URL is the correct URL.  So in
>Satheesh's post, the link you want is:
>Just a helpful hint for anyone that wants to post
>links to the docs on the mailing list...

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