I've been given the green light to investigate what it would
take to display our current RoboHelp-generated JavaHelp 2.0
project, currently linked up to a Java application, as a Webhelp
project instead. It's built in RoboHelp 5.02 HTML.
We've had two JavaHelp output corruptions in the last month,
caused by RoboHelp, and people around here are getting nervous. The
search function failed twice.
The key to changing over to WebHelp, I think, is to
rationally counter any arguments our Java programmers will have,
since they were the ones who so strongly advocated for JavaHelp 4
years ago when we first built it. I expect the "conversion" will
require some work on their end (almost none on ours), but I need to
Any info you could give me (names of people I could call or
email too) would be greatly appreciated.
I had developers saying they had to have JavaHelp for their
Java application. After discussion we established that for where
this was going to be used, webhelp was just as acceptable. Being
easier for us that won the day.