XML and FrameMaker
This book is designed to teach anyone working in data-intensive publishing how XML can be leveraged to make the job of presenting data easier. While the XML discussions within the book are general, FrameMaker is used for all of the examples since it supports a wide variety of XML import and export options. In addition, author Kay Ethier shows you how FrameMaker's powerful formatting features lend themselves to publishing XML documents without reworking them.
This book is written for a professional audience, including writers, database administrators, developers, and production staff.
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Introduction to Adobe FrameMaker
Understanding and Creating FrameMaker Templates
Reviewing the FrameMaker Connection to XML
Reviewing Multichannel Publishing Output Options
Preparing to Perform the Exercises
Exploring a Structured Document
Importing XML to Create Structured FrameMaker Documents
Using Style Sheets and Namespaces in XML