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RH11: Calling context sensitive webhelp in a Java application

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Nov 16, 2015

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Hi,

I generated a webhelp that should be called context sensitive in a java application.

Our developer uses the provided java api. I did map the topics to the topic IDs to the topic number to the topics. Now I got the .h and the .ali file in my project folder. I did export the .h file so now I got the .properties file in the "ExtraMapFiles" folder.

Besides the webhelp output  directory, which file(s) do I have to provide to our developer? The ".properties" file? Where does the developer have to place it?

The provided RH help is not very helpful in this case...

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RH11: Calling context sensitive webhelp in a Java application

New Here ,
Nov 16, 2015

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Hi,

I generated a webhelp that should be called context sensitive in a java application.

Our developer uses the provided java api. I did map the topics to the topic IDs to the topic number to the topics. Now I got the .h and the .ali file in my project folder. I did export the .h file so now I got the .properties file in the "ExtraMapFiles" folder.

Besides the webhelp output  directory, which file(s) do I have to provide to our developer? The ".properties" file? Where does the developer have to place it?

The provided RH help is not very helpful in this case...

Cheers

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Be kind and respectful, give credit to the original source of content, and search for duplicates before posting. Learn more

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