directory-commits mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From pamarce...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r571745 - in /directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help: resources/images/gettingstarted/ resources/images/reference/ resources/images/tasks/ src/main/resources/
Date Sat, 01 Sep 2007 08:20:28 GMT
Author: pamarcelot
Date: Sat Sep  1 01:20:27 2007
New Revision: 571745

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=571745&view=rev
Log:
Updated documentation for the Schema Editor.

Removed:
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/attribute_type.gif
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/editors_and_views.png
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/editors_and_views_2.png
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/editors_attribute_type_overview.png
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/editors_attribute_type_source_code.png
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/editors_object_class_overview.png
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/editors_object_class_source_code.png
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/editors_schema_source_code.png
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/editors_schema_source_code_context_menu.png
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/folder.png
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/object_class.gif
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/object_class_warning.gif
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/schema.gif
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/schema_core.gif
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/views_hierarchy_view.png
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/views_schemas_view.png
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/gettingstarted/views_search_view.png
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/reference/
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/resources/images/tasks/
Modified:
    directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/src/main/resources/0_index.xml

Modified: directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/src/main/resources/0_index.xml
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/src/main/resources/0_index.xml?rev=571745&r1=571744&r2=571745&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/src/main/resources/0_index.xml (original)
+++ directory/studio/trunk/studio-schemaeditor-help/src/main/resources/0_index.xml Sat Sep
 1 01:20:27 2007
@@ -172,821 +172,5 @@
 			    After installation it is recommended to restart the Eclipse workbench.
 		    </para>
 	    </section>
-		
-        <!-- VIEWS SECTION -->
-		<section id="views">
-			<title>Views</title>
-			
-            <!-- HIERARCHY VIEW SECTION -->
-			<section id="hierarchy_view">
-				<title>Hierarchy view</title>
-				<para>
-					Hierarchy view provides a hierarchical view of the resources in the schemas. From here,
you can open 
-					object classes and attribute types to edit them or browse the classes hierarchy.
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					<screenshot>
-						<mediaobject>
-							<imageobject>
-								<imagedata scale="50"
-									fileref="images/gettingstarted/views_hierarchy_view.png" format="PNG" />
-							</imageobject>
-						</mediaobject>
-					</screenshot>
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					By default, the Hierarchy view is included in the Schemas perspective
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					<emphasis role="strong">Toolbar</emphasis>
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					The toolbar of the Hierarchy view contains the following buttons:
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					<itemizedlist spacing="normal" mark="bullet">
-						<listitem>
-							<emphasis>Sort Alphabetically</emphasis> - Displays the hierarchy by alphabetical
order.
-						</listitem>
-						<listitem>
-							<emphasis>Sort Unalphabetically</emphasis> - Displays the hierarchy by
unalphabetical order.
-						</listitem>
-					</itemizedlist>
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					<emphasis role="strong">Icons</emphasis>
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					The following icons can appear in the Hierarchy view.
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					<informaltable>
-						<tgroup cols="2">
-							<colspec colname="Icon" colwidth="1* "/>
-							<colspec colname="Description" colwidth="3*" />
-							<thead>
-								<row>
-									<entry>Icon</entry>
-									<entry>Description</entry>
-								</row>
-							</thead>
-							<tbody>
-								<row>
-									<entry align="center">
-										<mediaobject>
-											<imageobject>
-												<imagedata contentdepth="1em" fileref="images/gettingstarted/object_class.gif"
format="GIF" />
-											</imageobject>
-										</mediaobject>
-									</entry>
-									<entry>Object class</entry>
-								</row>
-								<row>
-									<entry align="center">
-										<mediaobject>
-											<imageobject>
-												<imagedata contentdepth="1em" fileref="images/gettingstarted/object_class_warning.gif"
format="GIF" />
-											</imageobject>
-										</mediaobject>
-									</entry>
-									<entry>Unresolved object class</entry>
-								</row>
-								<row>
-									<entry align="center">
-										<mediaobject>
-											<imageobject>
-												<imagedata contentdepth="1em" fileref="images/gettingstarted/folder.png" format="PNG"
/>
-											</imageobject>
-										</mediaobject>
-									</entry>
-									<entry>Folder</entry>
-								</row>
-								<row>
-									<entry align="center">
-										<mediaobject>
-											<imageobject>
-												<imagedata contentdepth="1em" fileref="images/gettingstarted/attribute_type.gif"
format="GIF" />
-											</imageobject>
-										</mediaobject>
-									</entry>
-									<entry>Attribute type</entry>
-								</row>
-							</tbody>
-						</tgroup>
-					</informaltable>
-				</para>
-			</section>
-			
-            <!-- SCHEMA VIEW SECTION -->
-			<section id="schemas_view">
-				<title>Schemas View</title>
-                <para>
-					Schemas view provides a view of all the opened schemas. From here, you can open object
classes and attribute 
-                    types to edit them or browse the property of schemas files. You can also,
add or delete attribute types, object 
-                    classes or schemas.
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					<screenshot>
-						<mediaobject>
-							<imageobject>
-								<imagedata scale="50"
-									fileref="images/gettingstarted/views_schemas_view.png" format="PNG" />
-							</imageobject>
-						</mediaobject>
-					</screenshot>
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					By default, the Schemas view is included in the Schemas perspective
-				</para>
-                <para>
-					<emphasis role="strong">Toolbar</emphasis>
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					The toolbar of the Schemas view contains the following buttons:
-				</para>
-                <para>
-					<itemizedlist spacing="normal" mark="bullet">
-						<listitem>
-							<emphasis>Open a local schema file</emphasis> - Opens a file dialog to
select the schema file.
-                        </listitem>
-                        <listitem>
-							<emphasis>Create a new schema</emphasis> - Opens a wizard to create a
new schema.
-                        </listitem>
-                        <listitem>
-							<emphasis>Remove the selected schema from the pool</emphasis> - Removes
the selected schema from the pool.
-                        </listitem>
-                        <listitem>
-							<emphasis>Create a new object class</emphasis> -  Opens a wizard to create
a new object class.
-                        </listitem>
-                        <listitem>
-							<emphasis>Create a new attribute type</emphasis> - Opens a wizard to create
a new attribute type.
-                        </listitem>
-                        <listitem>
-							<emphasis>Delete</emphasis> - Deletes the selected element (attribute
type or object class). (Note: A schema cannot be deleted, but only removed.)
-                        </listitem>
-                        <listitem>
-							<emphasis>Sort Alphabetically</emphasis> - Displays the hierarchy by alphabetical
order.
-                        </listitem>
-                        <listitem>
-							<emphasis>Sort Unalphabetically</emphasis> - Displays the hierarchy by
unalphabetical order.
-                        </listitem>
-                    </itemizedlist>
-                </para>
-				<para>
-					<emphasis role="strong">Icons</emphasis>
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					The following icons can appear in the Schemas view.
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					<informaltable>
-						<tgroup cols="2">
-							<colspec colname="Icon" colwidth="1* "/>
-							<colspec colname="Description" colwidth="3*" />
-							<thead>
-								<row>
-									<entry>Icon</entry>
-									<entry>Description</entry>
-								</row>
-							</thead>
-							<tbody>
-								<row>
-									<entry align="center">
-										<mediaobject>
-											<imageobject>
-												<imagedata contentdepth="1em" fileref="images/gettingstarted/schema.gif" format="GIF"
/>
-											</imageobject>
-										</mediaobject>
-									</entry>
-									<entry>Schema file</entry>
-								</row>
-								<row>
-									<entry align="center">
-										<mediaobject>
-											<imageobject>
-												<imagedata contentdepth="1em" fileref="images/gettingstarted/schema_core.gif"
format="GIF" />
-											</imageobject>
-										</mediaobject>
-									</entry>
-									<entry>Core schema file</entry>
-								</row>
-								<row>
-									<entry align="center">
-										<mediaobject>
-											<imageobject>
-												<imagedata contentdepth="1em" fileref="images/gettingstarted/folder.png" format="PNG"
/>
-											</imageobject>
-										</mediaobject>
-									</entry>
-									<entry>Folder</entry>
-								</row>
-								<row>
-									<entry align="center">
-										<mediaobject>
-											<imageobject>
-												<imagedata contentdepth="1em" fileref="images/gettingstarted/object_class.gif"
format="GIF" />
-											</imageobject>
-										</mediaobject>
-									</entry>
-									<entry>Object class</entry>
-								</row>
-								<row>
-									<entry align="center">
-										<mediaobject>
-											<imageobject>
-												<imagedata contentdepth="1em" fileref="images/gettingstarted/attribute_type.gif"
format="GIF" />
-											</imageobject>
-										</mediaobject>
-									</entry>
-									<entry>Attribute type</entry>
-								</row>
-							</tbody>
-						</tgroup>
-					</informaltable>
-				</para>
-			</section>
-			
-            <!-- SEARCH VIEW SECTION -->
-			<section id="search_view">
-				<title>Search View</title>
-                <para>
-					Search view provides a search field to search any ressources in the Workbench (object
class or attribute type). 
-                    From here, you can open object classes and attribute types to edit them.
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					<screenshot>
-						<mediaobject>
-							<imageobject>
-								<imagedata scale="50"
-									fileref="images/gettingstarted/views_search_view.png" format="PNG" />
-							</imageobject>
-						</mediaobject>
-					</screenshot>
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					By default, the Search view is included in the Schemas perspective
-				</para>
-                <para>
-					<emphasis role="strong">Toolbar</emphasis>
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					Search view provides the following search filter:
-				</para>
-                <para>
-					<itemizedlist spacing="normal" mark="bullet">
-						<listitem>
-							<emphasis>All metadata</emphasis> - Search elements by name, oid and description.
-                        </listitem>
-                        <listitem>
-							<emphasis>Name</emphasis> - Only search elements by name.
-                        </listitem>
-                        <listitem>
-							<emphasis>OID</emphasis> - Only search elements by OID.
-                        </listitem>
-                        <listitem>
-							<emphasis>Description</emphasis> -  Only search elements by description.
-                        </listitem>
-                        <listitem>
-							<emphasis>Create a new attribute type</emphasis> - Opens a wizard to create
a new attribute type.
-                        </listitem>
-                    </itemizedlist>
-                </para>
-				<para>
-					<emphasis role="strong">Icons</emphasis>
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					The following icons can appear in the Search view.
-				</para>
-				<para>
-					<informaltable>
-						<tgroup cols="2">
-							<colspec colname="Icon" colwidth="1* "/>
-							<colspec colname="Description" colwidth="3*" />
-							<thead>
-								<row>
-									<entry>Icon</entry>
-									<entry>Description</entry>
-								</row>
-							</thead>
-							<tbody>
-								<row>
-									<entry align="center">
-										<mediaobject>
-											<imageobject>
-												<imagedata contentdepth="1em" fileref="images/gettingstarted/object_class.gif"
format="GIF" />
-											</imageobject>
-										</mediaobject>
-									</entry>
-									<entry>Object class</entry>
-								</row>
-								<row>
-									<entry align="center">
-										<mediaobject>
-											<imageobject>
-												<imagedata contentdepth="1em" fileref="images/gettingstarted/attribute_type.gif"
format="GIF" />
-											</imageobject>
-										</mediaobject>
-									</entry>
-									<entry>Attribute type</entry>
-								</row>
-							</tbody>
-						</tgroup>
-					</informaltable>
-				</para>
-			</section>
-		</section>
-		
-        <!-- EDITORS SECTION -->
-		<section id="editors">
-			<title>Editors</title>
-			
-            <!-- ATTRIBUTE TYPE EDITOR SECTION -->
-			<section id="attribute_type_editor">
-				<title>Attribute Type Editor</title>
-                <para>The attribute type editor is the one-stop shop where you can
define all aspects of your attribute type.</para>
-                <para>
-					<screenshot>
-						<mediaobject>
-							<imageobject>
-								<imagedata scale="50"
-									fileref="images/gettingstarted/editors_attribute_type_overview.png" format="PNG"
/>
-							</imageobject>
-						</mediaobject>
-					</screenshot>
-				</para>
-                <para>The <emphasis role="strong">Overview</emphasis> page
is where the user can edit the properties of the attribute type.</para>
-                <para>User can edit:</para>
-                <para>
-                    <itemizedlist spacing="normal" mark="bullet">
-						<listitem>the name</listitem> 
-                        <listitem>the OID</listitem> 
-                        <listitem>the description</listitem> 
-                        <listitem>the superior type</listitem> 
-                        <listitem>the usage</listitem> 
-                        <listitem>the syntax and syntax length</listitem> 
-                        <listitem>if the attribute type is obsolete</listitem>

-                        <listitem>if the attribute type is single-value</listitem>

-                        <listitem>if the attribute type is collective</listitem>

-                        <listitem>if the attribute type is no-user-modification</listitem>

-                        <listitem>all the matching rules (equality, ordering, substring)</listitem>
-                    </itemizedlist>
-                </para>
-                <para>
-					<screenshot>
-						<mediaobject>
-							<imageobject>
-								<imagedata scale="50"
-									fileref="images/gettingstarted/editors_attribute_type_source_code.png" format="PNG"
/>
-							</imageobject>
-						</mediaobject>
-					</screenshot>
-				</para>
-                <para>The <emphasis role="strong">Source code</emphasis>
page is where the user can see the result of his actions in the Overview page and what source
code will be generated in the schema file.</para>
-			</section>
-			
-            <!-- OBJECT CLASS EDITOR SECTION -->
-			<section id="object_class_editor">
-				<title>Object Class Editor</title>
-                <para>The object class editor is the one-stop shop where you can define
all aspects of your object class.</para>
-                <para>
-					<screenshot>
-						<mediaobject>
-							<imageobject>
-								<imagedata scale="50"
-									fileref="images/gettingstarted/editors_object_class_overview.png" format="PNG" />
-							</imageobject>
-						</mediaobject>
-					</screenshot>
-				</para>
-                <para>The <emphasis role="strong">Overview</emphasis> page
is where the user can edit the properties of the object class.</para>
-                <para>User can edit:</para>
-                <para>
-                    <itemizedlist spacing="normal" mark="bullet">
-                        <listitem>the name</listitem> 
-                        <listitem>the OID</listitem> 
-                         <listitem>the description</listitem> 
-                        <listitem>the superior class</listitem> 
-                        <listitem>the class type</listitem> 
-                        <listitem>if the object class is obsolete</listitem>

-                        <listitem>the mandatory attributes (add and remove)</listitem>

-                        <listitem>the optional attributes (add and remove)</listitem>
-                    </itemizedlist>
-                </para>
-                <para>
-					<screenshot>
-						<mediaobject>
-							<imageobject>
-								<imagedata scale="50"
-									fileref="images/gettingstarted/editors_object_class_source_code.png" format="PNG"
/>
-							</imageobject>
-						</mediaobject>
-					</screenshot>
-				</para>
-                <para>The <emphasis role="strong">Source code</emphasis>
page is where the user can see the result of his actions in the Overview page and what source
code will be generated in the schema file.</para>
-			</section>
-			
-            <!-- SCHEMA EDITOR SECTION -->
-			<section id="schema_editor">
-				<title>Schema Editor</title>
-                <para>The schema editor is, at the moment, only a simple view of the
source code of the schema file.</para>
-                <para>
-					<screenshot>
-						<mediaobject>
-							<imageobject>
-								<imagedata scale="50"
-									fileref="images/gettingstarted/editors_schema_source_code.png" format="PNG" />
-							</imageobject>
-						</mediaobject>
-					</screenshot>
-				</para>
-                <para>This editor can be reached from the <emphasis role="strong">Schema</emphasis>
view right-clicking on the schema icon and choosing <emphasis role="strong">View source
code</emphasis> in the context menu.</para>
-                <para>
-					<screenshot>
-						<mediaobject>
-							<imageobject>
-								<imagedata scale="50"
-									fileref="images/gettingstarted/editors_schema_source_code_context_menu.png" format="PNG"
/>
-							</imageobject>
-						</mediaobject>
-					</screenshot>
-				</para>
-			</section>
-		</section>
-	</chapter>
-	
-    <!-- TASKS SECTION -->
-	<chapter id="tasks">
-		<title>Tasks</title>
-		<para>
-			This part of the guide provides you a list of the tasks you can accomplish with the Schemas
Editor Plugin. 
-		</para>
-		
-        <!-- OPENING A SCHEMA SECTION -->
-		<section id="opening_a_schema">
-			<title>Opening a schema</title>
-            <para>In this section, you will learn how to open a schema file.</para>
-            <para>1. In the Schemas view, click the <emphasis role="strong">Open
a local schema file</emphasis> button in the toolbar, or select <emphasis role="strong">Open
local schema file</emphasis> from the File menu.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/opening_a_schema/toolbar_action.png" format="PNG" />
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/opening_a_schema/file_menu.png" format="PNG" />
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para>2. Browse the filesystem and select the schema file. Then click <emphasis
role="strong">Open</emphasis>.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/opening_a_schema/open_dialog.png" format="PNG" />
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-		</section>
-
-        <!-- CREATING A NEW SCHEMA SECTION -->
-		<section id="creating_a_new_schema">
-			<title>Creating a new schema</title>
-            <para>In this section, you will learn how to create a new schema.</para>
-            <para>1. In the Schemas view, click the <emphasis role="strong">Create
a new schema</emphasis> button in the toolbar.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/creating_a_new_schema/toolbar_action.png" format="PNG" />
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para>2. In the <emphasis role="strong">Name</emphasis> field,
enter the name of the schema.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/creating_a_new_schema/wizard.png" format="PNG" />
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para>3. If a schema of the same name already exists, you will see this
error.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/creating_a_new_schema/wizard_error.png" format="PNG" />
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para>4. Then click <emphasis role="strong">Finish</emphasis>.</para>
-		</section>
-
-        <!-- REMOVING A SCHEMA SECTION -->
-		<section id="removing_a_schema">
-			<title>Removing a schema</title>
-            <para>In this section, you will learn how to remove a schema.</para>
-            <para>1. In the Schemas view, click the <emphasis role="strong">Remove
the selected schema</emphasis> from the pool button in the toolbar.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/removing_a_schema/toolbar_action.png" format="PNG" />
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para><emphasis role="strong">Note:</emphasis> It is not possible
to remove a core schema</para>
-		</section>
-
-        <!-- CREATING A NEW OBJECT CLASS SECTION -->
-		<section id="creating_a_new_object_class">
-			<title>Creating a new object class</title>
-            <para>In this section, you will learn how to create a new object class.</para>
-            <para>1. In the Schemas view, click the <emphasis role="strong">Create
a new object class</emphasis>  button in the toolbar.</para>
-            <para><emphasis role="strong">Note:</emphasis> It is not possible
to create a new object class in a core schema.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/creating_a_new_object_class/toolbar_action.png" format="PNG"
/>
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para>2. In the <emphasis role="strong">OID</emphasis> field,
enter an OID of your choice.</para>
-            <para>If you want the <emphasis role="strong">OID</emphasis>
field to be pre-filled with your organisation's OID, check the <emphasis role="strong">Prefix
with default OID</emphasis> checkbox.
-            In the <emphasis role="strong">Name</emphasis> field, enter the name
of the object class.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/creating_a_new_object_class/wizard.png" format="PNG" />
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para>3. If an object class of the same name already exists, you will see
this error.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/creating_a_new_object_class/wizard_error_same_name.png" format="PNG"
/>
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para>4. If an element (object class or attribute type) already has the
OID you provided, you will see this error.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/creating_a_new_object_class/wizard_error_same_oid.png" format="PNG"
/>
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para>5. If you enter a bad OID, you will see this error.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/creating_a_new_object_class/wizard_error_malformed_oid.png"
format="PNG" />
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para>6. Then click <emphasis role="strong">Finish</emphasis>.</para>
-		</section>
-
-        <!-- CREATING A NEW ATTRIBUTE TYPE SECTION -->
-		<section id="creating_a_new_attribute_type">
-			<title>Creating a new attribute type</title>
-            <para>In this section, you will learn how to create a new attribute type.</para>
-            <para>1. In the Schemas view, click the <emphasis role="strong">Create
a new attribute type</emphasis> button in the toolbar.</para>
-            <para><emphasis role="strong">Note:</emphasis> It is not possible
to create a new attribute type in a core schema.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/creating_a_new_attribute_type/toolbar_action.png" format="PNG"
/>
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para>2. In the <emphasis role="strong">OID</emphasis> field,
enter an OID of your choice.</para>
-            <para>If you want the <emphasis role="strong">OID</emphasis>
field to be pre-filled with your organisation's OID, check the <emphasis role="strong">Prefix
with default OID</emphasis> checkbox.
-            In the <emphasis role="strong">Name</emphasis> field, enter the name
of the attribute type.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/creating_a_new_attribute_type/wizard.png" format="PNG" />
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para>3. If an attribute type of the same name already exists, you will
see this error.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/creating_a_new_attribute_type/wizard_error_same_name.png" format="PNG"
/>
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para>4. If an element (object class or attribute type) already has the
OID you provided, you will see this error.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/creating_a_new_attribute_type/wizard_error_same_oid.png" format="PNG"
/>
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para>5. If you enter a bad OID, you will see this error.</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/tasks/creating_a_new_attribute_type/wizard_error_malformed_oid.png"
format="PNG" />
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para>6. Then click <emphasis role="strong">Finish</emphasis>.</para>
-		</section>
-	</chapter>
-	
-    <!-- REFERENCE CHAPTER -->
-	<chapter id="reference">
-		<title>Reference</title>
-
-        <!-- OBJECT CLASS AND ATTRIBUTE TYPE PREFERENCE SECTION -->
-		<section id="object_class_and_attribute_type_prefs">
-			<title>Object Class and Attribute Type Preferences</title>
-            <para>On the ObjectClass and AttributeType preferences page, you can indicate
the following preferences.</para>
-            <para>
-				<informaltable>
-					<tgroup cols="3">
-						<colspec colname="Option" colwidth="2* "/>
-						<colspec colname="Description" colwidth="3*" />
-						<colspec colname="Default" colwidth="1*" />
-						<thead>
-							<row>
-								<entry>Option</entry>
-								<entry>Description</entry>
-								<entry>Default</entry>
-							</row>
-						</thead>
-						<tbody>
-							<row>
-								<entry>Your organization's default OID</entry>
-								<entry>OID of your organisation.</entry>
-								<entry>1.2.3.4.5.6</entry>
-							</row>
-							<row>
-								<entry>Automatically prefix new elements with this OID</entry>
-								<entry>Select this option if you want new elements (object class or attribute
type) to be prefixed with the OID provided in the field above in wizards.</entry>
-								<entry>Off</entry>
-							</row>
-						</tbody>
-					</tgroup>
-				</informaltable>
-			</para>
-            <para>Here is what the ObjectClass and AttributeType preferences page looks
like:</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/reference/preferences_OC_and_AT.png" format="PNG" />
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-		</section>
-
-        <!-- SCHEMAS PREFERENCESECTION -->
-		<section id="schemas_prefs">
-			<title>Schemas Preferences</title>
-            <para>On the Schemas preferences page, you can indicate the following preferences.</para>
-            <para>
-				<informaltable>
-					<tgroup cols="3">
-						<colspec colname="Option" colwidth="2* "/>
-						<colspec colname="Description" colwidth="3*" />
-						<colspec colname="Default" colwidth="1*" />
-						<thead>
-							<row>
-								<entry>Option</entry>
-								<entry>Description</entry>
-								<entry>Default</entry>
-							</row>
-						</thead>
-						<tbody>
-							<row>
-								<entry>Default save/load dialogs directory</entry>
-								<entry>This option allows you to browse to a directory you want to set as default
save/load dialogs directory.</entry>
-								<entry>User's Home directory</entry>
-							</row>
-							<row>
-								<entry>Save schemas configuration when exiting Apache Directory Studio</entry>
-								<entry>Select this option if you want the opened schemas to saved automatically
when Apache Directory Studio exits.</entry>
-								<entry>On</entry>
-							</row>
-							<row>
-								<entry>Use specific core files</entry>
-								<entry>Select this option if you want to use different core files from the
standard ones bundled with Apache Directory Studio.</entry>
-								<entry>Off</entry>
-							</row>
-							<row>
-								<entry>Core schemas directory</entry>
-								<entry>This option allows you to browse to your specific core schemas directory.</entry>
-								<entry>User's Home directory</entry>
-							</row>
-						</tbody>
-					</tgroup>
-				</informaltable>
-			</para>
-            <para>Here is what the Schemas preferences page looks like:</para>
-            <para>
-				<screenshot>
-					<mediaobject>
-						<imageobject>
-							<imagedata scale="50"
-								fileref="images/reference/preferences_schemas.png" format="PNG" />
-						</imageobject>
-					</mediaobject>
-				</screenshot>
-			</para>
-            <para></para>
-            <para></para>
-            <para></para>
-		</section>
-
-        <!-- RFCS SECTION -->
-		<section id="rfcs">
-			<title>RFCs</title>
-            <simplelist>
-			    <member>
-				    <ulink url="rfcs/rfc2252.txt">
-					    RFC 2252 - Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (v3): Attribute Syntax Definitions
-				    </ulink>
-			    </member>
-                <member>
-				    <ulink url="rfcs/rfc4517.txt">
-					    RFC 4517 - Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP): Syntaxes and Matching Rules
-				    </ulink>
-			    </member>
-                <member>
-				    <ulink url="rfcs/rfc4524.txt">
-					    RFC 4524 - COSINE LDAP/X.500 Schema
-				    </ulink>
-			    </member>
-                <member>
-				    <ulink url="rfcs/rfc4519.txt">
-					    RFC 4519 - Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP): Schema for User Applications
-				    </ulink>
-			    </member>
-            </simplelist>
-		</section>
-
-		<!-- RELEASE NOTES SECTION -->
-		<section id="release_notes">
-			<title>Release notes</title>
-            <para><emphasis role="strong">Apache Directory Studio 1.0.0</emphasis>
(2007, september 3rd) : initial release</para>
-        </section> <!-- end Release Notes Section -->
-        
 	</chapter>
 </book>



Mime
View raw message