We currently have X5 (not pro). My company develops products
that are SAS AF based using SQL. The WebHelp on those products was
written using X5 and does not incorporate context sensitive help.
Our developers are working on our first product using Microsoft's
.net. We would also like to incorporate context sensitive help. We
are tyring to determine if we need to upgrade to Pro or Pro .net or
if we can use X5. Can anyone give me suggestions on the direction
we should go? If we decide to remain with X5, does anyone have some
tested methodology for incorporating context sensitive help they
want to share?
Did you look at
thread (last post earlier today)? There are more references to
.NET if you search the forum, though you need to make sure you're
talking about .NET and plain ol' RH X5 (not RH for .NET, which is
its own little application).