I have about 7 different types of users that require
different and private set of documentation. My plan is to use
conditional build tags to deliver a help set for each user. I'm
delivering noncontext-sensitive help and via batch processing.
Later I'll ensure that each help set is context-sensitive, and have
the product call the correct one. I'm trying uncover flaws in my
architecture. I'd like to streamline if possible.
What's cool is that my product's interface has built-in
profiling, so the product already knows what windows/tabs (context)
the user can access. Seems like a perfect way to deliver
context-sensitive help for all my users. But, can I do so with just
ONE help set?
I can disable TOC, but one thing I can't figure out: How
would I prevent users from seeing private content launched via the
search engine? I'm just trying to figure out how to use only one
help set and still restrict content. Unlikely, right?