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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Handling PUBMED

I was thinking that biblioid would be appropriate:
  <biblioid class="other" otherclass="pubmed">5082342</biblioid>
You would need to write an XSL customization to format this if you need to generate a label.
Regarding the structure, you can't really rearrange the nesting structure of DocBook's elements, and there is no sub-chapter element.  So a structure like you describe must be:
<part>   - for Part
<chapter>   - sections
<sect1>   - for Chapter
<sect2>   - for sub chapters
<sect3>, <sect4> - sections in sub chapters.

You can alter how these are labeled in the output by using the 'local.l10n.xml' parameter to change the generated text.
<l:gentext key="chapter" text="Section"/>
Bob Stayton
Sagehill Enterprises
DocBook Consulting
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, November 13, 2006 8:43 PM
Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Handling PUBMED

Dear Bob,

Can you suggest me what element should be the best to code PUBMED number
ex: PMID: 5084934 in the Bibliographic Reference section.

Also i wish to clarify the following:

One of my book has the following structure

Part (Number and Title)
     Sections (number and title)
          Chapter (title and text)
             sub Chapters
Could you please advise what should be the element structure to used for this kind of structure.
<part>   - for Part
<chapter>   - sections
<sub-chapter>   - for Chapter
<sect1>   - for sub chpaters
<sect2>, <sect3> - for headings of the chapters.

Please suggest if the above approach will be the best method.


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