The microPublishing system uses the Enterprise Wiki web-page functionality - the core technology that powers the Knowledge Center - to organize all aspects of document authoring and publishing.
Three major concepts:
The URL provides a location to access a Set of Services for a specific component of the document. Which service is provided is controlled by the parameters that follow the web-page address.
HTML of document component (simple URL with no parameters)
PDF of document component
PDF of document component and all siblings (a chapter with all separate sections)
access XML of component
save modified XML for component
access version history for component
access contributor statistics
access current page contributor map
This is best explained with an example. In Example��2.1, ���Page Structure for Simple Book��� a relative URL structure for a book is displayed.
In this a simple structure that starts with the relative root
.../Book) for the book. The published views - HTML and PDF -
will display the book's title, cover art, Table of Contents, and any front materials.
The next URL is a sub-page for chapter 1. The published views - HTML and PDF - will display all the material of chapter one. The last URL is a sub-page for chapter 2. The published views - HTML and PDF - will display all the materials in chapter 2.