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Delivering HTML Help

When you generate output for your project, ePublisher creates the Output folder in your project folder, and then creates a folder in the Output folder for each generated target. Then, ePublisher creates a folder named for the project itself in the target folder. For example, when you generate output, ePublisher creates the following folder structure:

component Projects\projectname\Output\targetname\projectname

In this folder structure, component is the name of the ePublisher component you are using, such as ePublisher Express, projectname is the name of your ePublisher project, and targetname is the name of your ePublisher target, such as Microsoft HTML Help 1.x.

By default, ePublisher compiles the .chm and stores it in the targetname folder. To deliver your HTML Help, you need to deliver the .chm file.

If you created context-sensitive help, your application developer needs to build with the targetname\projectname\projectname.h file. If you created What’s This field-level help, your application developer also needs to build with the targetname\projectname\whatisthis.h file. For more information about these mapping files, see “Using Context-Sensitive Help in HTML Help” on page 224 and “Defining What's This (Field-Level) Help in HTML Help” on page 228.

ePublisher/2009.3/Help/02.Designing_Templates_and_Stationery/1.24.Selecting_Formats (last edited 2009-11-16 16:51:24 by TonyMcDow)