During my presentation on producing PDFs from Bookmaps, the question came up as to whether the OT fills in the PDF document properties from the information in bookmeta. The answer is that this doesn't happen with the base OT.
However, one of the attendees, Simcha Gralla, sent me the following information about how this information can be pushed to the PDF.My thanks to hm for sharing this information with all of us. Basically you'll have to write an XSLT to handle how the different processors handle providing that information.
On Aug 25, 2010, I gave a presentation about producing PDFs using BookMaps. Part of that demo was an examination of the XSL file that contained the template overrides I used when producing Practical DITA.
The M060 release of Arbortext 5.4 is now available for download from the support site.
With this release, the OASIS DITA 1.2 specification included in the Arbortext Help Center is updated to the public review draft released by OASIS on July 7, 2010. The latest version of the specification includes not just the language reference but also the architectural specification and other information. The final version of the specification will be included in a future release of Arbortext Editor.
While writing my review of the PTC/User conference last month, I couldn't help thinking about the CMS/DITA NA 2010 conference that had happened two months earlier.
At the 2010 CMS/DITA NA conference, there was a major shift in awareness. For the first time, there was little talk of tools, and a lot of talk the importance of business issues, especially the importance of organizational socialization:
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