Create a Book - Fluid Topics - 3.6 - Technical Notes

Manage Editorial Types in Fluid Topics

Product
Fluid Topics
FT_Version
3.6
Category
Technical Notes
audience
public

Every map sent to Fluid Topics is considered as a book by default.

The following lines show an example of the bookmap file for the "Time Machine User Guide" book.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE bookmap PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DITA BookMap//EN" "bookmap.dtd">
<bookmap xml:lang="en-US" linking="none">
    <booktitle>
        <mainbooktitle>Time Machine User Guide</mainbooktitle>
    </booktitle>
    <chapter>
        <topicref href="intro_to_time_machines.dita"/>
        <topicref href="how_to_time_travel.dita">
            <topicref href="set_local_date_and_time.dita"/>
            <topicref href="set_destination_date_and_time.dita"/>
            <topicref href="set_destination_location.dita"/>
        </topicref>
    </chapter>
</bookmap>
The editorial type can also be explicitly defined as follows:
  • In a bookmap, the ft:editorialType is declared as an othermeta within the bookmeta element.
        <bookmeta>
            <othermeta name="ft:editorialType" content="book"/>
        </bookmeta>
  • In a standard map, the ft:editorialType is declared as an othermeta within the topicmeta element.
        <topicmeta>
            <othermeta name="ft:editorialType" content="book"/>
        </topicmeta>