I already post this question in the DITA Forum. There I got the impulse to may ask this better directly in the FrameMaker Forum ..... (I just explain it here that noone will complain about double posting …)
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"XSLT Magic Tricks with DITA and FrameMaker" by Eliot Kimber
On page 45 of the presentation Eliot Kimber talks about the "hacking DITA <fig> content model ...." He explain to do this in the FrameMaker copy of the DITA DTDs.
Why this is nessesary? In my case I try to add one Element which is required for the presentation of the xml in FrameMaker. For this I use an XSLT preprocessing stylesheet. Actually in the structure view everything looks perfect (no flag that something is invalid / therfore I think the EDD is correct). When I open the DITA xml file in FrameMaker I got some messages in the console, that the additional fm-element is not valid in the content where the preprocessing stylesheet insert the fm required element.
I am confuesed because I was searching for any modification of the DTD in the FrameMaker copy for example for the fm-reltable element. I could only find something in the r/w rules (unwrap fm-reltable) but no modification in the DTD byself. But when I open a map, then there is no message in the console. No coplain that the additional fm-reltable element is not valid in the content.
In my case I suppose that the preprocessing could manage to insert additional required fm-elements without the need of modifiying the DITA DTD ....
I am wrong with this? if I'm right, where could be my fault.
In the console messages when open the xml in FM (fm-element is wrong content)
In the structure view no flag for invalid content ...
When I switch betwenn structure view and FM-xml-editor the additional fm-element will be dropped (writer rule). When I switch back again to structure view no messages ….
When I add the new fm-element in my DITA DTD, than I got no messages in the FM console when open the xml file (but is this realy required .....?) If yes, why is this not required e.g. for the fm-reltable element .....