Two of my company's heaviest XMetaL users have reported that the application has started to unexpectedly quit, usually when they are copying and pasting large amounts of text. They were using 4.5, so I upgraded them to 4.6 SP2. The problem has not been resolved. The Just System's technical support page offers little information besides the fact that it will cost $100 to ask them this question. I was just curious if this is anything you've experienced. I've done the basic maintenance (cleaning off any spyware, disk cleanup, defragmenting, ect.) to no avail.
I would like to find a DITA-enabled knowledge base that has features like:
- Allows users to create content using forms
- Supports workflow and role-based data entitlement
- Supports taxonomy definition (categories for navigating)
- Supports user tagging of content
- Search (created and attached content, like files associated with content)
- User rating of content
In short, I'd like a Web 2.0 knowledge base that uses DITA as the backend. I'd like to leverage the reuse of DITA and be able to easily deliver it to multiple destinations with less effort.
I am trying to migrate from a "home grown" SGML system which filters based on conditional inclusion. On output, the processor sees a list of product codes. It includes an element if the element has a 'product' attribute with an explicit value that includes at least one of those codes and omits it if the value includes none of those codes.
I'm investigating a switch to DITA for my company, and so far the tool that looks best to me is In.vision's Xpress Author and DITA Toolkit. Has anyone worked with this tool? If so, what do you think of it?
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