I'm currently developing online Help and the primary output is Webhelp. To successfully deploy Webhelp as context-senstive help for our application, am I required to install anything on the server-side to get it to work? Shouldn't it work, as long as I copy the compiled WEbhelp folder and all of it's contents over to the server so the application can launch the Html pages or system when a user opens Help from a form?
we have a legacy system, that for some reason has RoboEngine installed, but I can't seem to figure out why I'd need that on the server.. Do I?Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated.
Hopefully I can clear up some of the confusion here. If you are outputting WebHelp you do not need anything on the server. You can use the Publish function to copy the output files to the server (or you can manually copy them as you suggest). It sounds like your legacy system used WebHelp Pro as its output. This is basically the same as WebHelp but is designed to be hosted on a server using RoboHelp Sever (previously called RoboEngine).
Read the RoboColum(n).
Thanks again Colum for the quick and Helpful responses.