<link xlink:href="../some/other/doc.xml#anchor">, appear not to be touched by the stylesheets. In the HTML I seem to get
I suppose Xlink resolution is too difficult. Granted, such links break for documents not in the workspace. Seems like a standard pattern would be, however, to link mostly to documents in the workspace, then have a few links to other stable documents outside. At which point
<link xlink:href="http://docs.example.com/stable-release.html#anchor"> would be good enough for most purposes. (I have olinked across doc sets in the past where the tools team was maintaining software to help writers resolve links. That was a luxury, though.)
Olinks I have failed to get working so far. I have tried the following, for example:
<para>After you install OpenDJ, see the <citetitle xlink:role="http://docbook.org/xlink/role/olink" xlink:href="admin-guide#admin-guide">OpenDJ Administration Guide</citetitle> for instructions on using the features.</para>
Here’s the relevant entry from the target database document (mostly made by hand until someone has time to dig into this RFE):
<dir name="admin-guide"> <dir name="OpenDJ-Admin-Guide"> <document targetdoc="admin-guide"> <div element="book" href="OpenDJ-Admin-Guide.html "number="" targetptr="admin-guide"> <ttl>OpenDJ 3.0.0-SNAPSHOT Administration Guide</ttl> <xreftext>OpenDJ 3.0.0-SNAPSHOT Administration Guide</xreftext>
The resulting link in the HTML:
<em class="citetitle"><a href="OpenDJ-Admin-Guide.html" class="citetitle">OpenDJ Administration Guide</a></em>
If the <dir> stuff is not used, why should I bother to specify it as suggested in The Complete Guide? Maybe I misread something.
Still looking at how to do this.