Managing Content and Producing Output with the Eclipse IDE

Presentation at the 23 July 2008 meeting of the RTP DITA Users' Group by Tom Ed White, Tekelec.

An organization with limited resources must carefully choose its strategies for managing content and producing output. Since DITA is a dialect of XML, the available strategies are almost limitless. This variety is both a blessing and a curse. I will demonstrate the usage of a set of tools for managing content as well as generating output, using the Eclipse IDE. I hope to de-mystify some of the issues involved in storing and rendering content, and propose a solution that uses tools that are freely available.

One blessing of an open standard such as DITA is the freedom from being locked into a single set of content delivery tools. The set of tools I am about to demonstrate could be replaced, as a set or as single components, at any time, as new tools become available, without disrupting the integrity of your organization's data.

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