I'm looking for a utility to take HTML source and converting it to UIM for
inclusion into a green-screen application.  Yes, I know I'm on the wrong
side of history, but it's the nature of the project (20 offshore
programmers).

 

The HTML source is on-line documentation; I'm planning on using AuthorIt for
development and publishing to an HTML file (it also generates MS Word
documents and .CHM files).  I'd like to capture the HTML and build panels
from it.

 

I've investigated using the hotspot capabilities of Client Access to link to
specific parts of an HTML document, and I think the DDS "HTML" keyword
offers something (although I haven't gotten it to work so far).  My programs
use program-generated context-sensitive help (implemented with the HLPARA,
HLPPNLGRP, and HLPSCHIDX DDS keywords) and I'd like to have a single help
engine technology.

 

I'd appreciate suggestions or solutions.

 

Thanks,

Reeve

 

 


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