Hi,



With biblatex I was using crossref to shorten my .bib files, as can be
seen in this MWE

@periodical{DebatMem2002,
    title = {Le Débat},
    number = {122},
    langid = {french},
    date = {2002}
    }
@article{ChartiersurRicoeur2002,
    author = {Roger Chartier},
    title = {Le passé au présent},
    crossref = {DebatMem2002},
    pages = {4--11}
    }

Which keys should I use to achieve the same under ConTeXt? I found xcrossref
and percentcrossref keys "Bibliographies.  The ConTeXt way" but could'nt figure 
out
how to use them. Here is my ConTeXt MWE
as a starting point

\language [fr]
\startbuffer [bib]

@periodical{DebatMem2002,
   title = {Le Débat},
   number = {122},
   langid = {french},
   date = {2002}
}
@article{ChartiersurRicoeur2002,
   author = {Roger
   Chartier},
   title = {Le passé au présent},
   xcrossref = {DebatMem2002}, %does not work the way I would expect
   pages = {4--11}
}

\stopbuffer
\usebtxdataset[bib.buffer]
\usebtxdefinitions[apa]
\definebtxrendering
[example][apa]

\starttext
\nocite[ChartiersurRicoeur2002]
\placelistofpublications
\stoptext

Thanks,

Damien Thiriet
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