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Subject: RE: Docbook to IETM?
Thanks so much for your very helpful response.
I believe DocBook Webhelp meets the requirements for Type 1 Class 3 (and in some respects (e.g. search functionality) possible Class 4).
In addition to the type/class, you should also consider if other standards such as S1000D need to be met (most military/aerospace IETMs do), and what method of viewing is intended i.e. web browser or propriety viewer.
This is a good question. I had done a bit of research into IETMs and it appears that there are multiple levels possible, each of which calls for a certain set of functionality. I don’t yet have the specifics on which level is required. Do you perhaps know if Docbook -> Webhelp or Docbook -> Javahelp has been shown to meet any specific level of IETM requirements? In the meantime, I’m requesting more detail on the level and type required and will follow up when I have that information.
What specific functional requirements are you talking about i.e. what Type and Level of IETM do you need to produce?
I’m looking for information on how we could render our Docbook content as IETM deliverables. Does anyone know of relevant tools (e.g., transform scenarios?) to meet specific IETM functional requirements?