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Did you ever solve this? I've got a similar problem.
We had RH2002 and are testing RH7 conversion of 2002 projects. Our master project TOC merges multiple slave projects into the TOC. Some slaves merge properly, others lose their main TOC book. Cursory check of the master hhc files (old 2002 master vs. converted v7 master) show the code to be identical. So I'm wondering if there's something in the individual slave hhc files that cause some to merge improperly.
Let me know if you ever solve this please. Thanks yr help.
Hi Brian, Hi Joe,
Has one of you found a way to solve this ? We're facing just the same problem here on one of our projects.
I'd recommend that you download FAR and try adding the Include statements to your .hhc files with that. FAR is available from this address:
After you've started FAR, select Authoring > TOC & Index Editor, open the required .hhc file, and then select TOC > Include File to add the required slave TOC at the appropriate place.
I believe that RoboHelp may suffer from the same bug as Microsoft's HTML Help Workshop: both tools appear to write the Include statements at the wrong level in the TOC hierarchy. See the "Known Bugs" section of this page:
FAR is free to use for two months, but you must pay $49 or thereabouts for a licence if you want to use it beyond that.
sorry but we never solved this. we abandoned upgrading to RH7. Instead we are now using XMetaL DITA, a whole new ballgame.