Hi, There are actually two different configurations in our customized pack, one for assemblies, one for DocBook 51... we changed one and tested on the other one, hence the problem... It works as expected with the desktop XMLMind application.
But we cannot get the JNLP deployed version to work well with this option: the document conversion process hangs for long minutes when it comes to fetch the JQuery package from Google CDN, until it finally gives up and uses the Google CDN... Excerpt from the conversion dialog popup: Copying "https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jqueryui/1.12.1/themes/smoothness/jquery-ui.css" to "/tmp/xxe4433652498037712238_d/_wh/jquery/jquery-ui.css"... Any clue on how to configure Network proxies on the JNLP version of XXE is welcome, we couldn't find any; there is on rush, we can live without JNLP deployment. All the best, phil. [cggsigbanner] Philippe Nobili Subsurface Imaging - Product Engineering Tel: +33 16447 4090 | Mobile: +33 63756 6441 CGG, 27 avenue Carnot Massy, 91341 - France http://www.cgg.com<http://www.cgg.com/> Please consider the environment before printing. From: nobili, philippe Sent: Tuesday, March 06, 2018 3:59 PM To: 'email@example.com' Subject: Calling webhelp compiler from DocBook 5.1 assemblies Dear Mr. Shafie, did: we try to embed JQuery locally with our Webhelp products to be able to work with the documentation in situations where no Internet connection is available. For this, we set the "wh-local-jquery" parameter before calling XXE WebHelp compiler. Unfortunately, it does not seem to have a very big effect on the result, JQuery is grabbed from Google CDN, which does not work for some of our installations. A short excerpt from our customized xslMenu.xxe in assembly addon below. Certainly something stupid that we have missed... as always. Many thanks for your feedback. Philippe. <transform stylesheet="docbook5-config:xsl/webhelp/profile-webhelp.xsl" file="__doc.xml" to="__doc.html"> [...] <parameter name="wh-local-jquery">yes</parameter> </transform> <invoke method="com.xmlmind.xmleditext.whc.CompileWebHelp.compile"> <argument>-processcommand</argument> <argument>asm.toWebHelp</argument> </invoke> [cggsigbanner] Philippe Nobili Subsurface Imaging - Product Engineering Tel: +33 16447 4090 | Mobile: +33 63756 6441 CGG, 27 avenue Carnot Massy, 91341 - France http://www.cgg.com<http://www.cgg.com/> Please consider the environment before printing. This email and any accompanying attachments are confidential. If you received this email by mistake, please delete it from your system. Any review, disclosure, copying, distribution, or use of the email by others is strictly prohibited.
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