We have software that consists of several individual
applications integrated into one big web-based system. (For
example, if it were ABC Financial System, it might consist of an
"Accounts Receivable" application, an "Accounts Payable"
application, a "General Ledger" application, and so on, all
integrated into one package.)
Currently, I'm working on a Robohelp Webhelp project for one
of the applications. The project is expected to provide
screen-level help. It'll be a while before the second (and third
and fourth) project is done.
Once we have multiple projects, we will want to merge them
into one big help file--accessible separately from the screen-level
help--that will allow the users to access help for any application
in the system.
Question: Do I just generate my first project, put it into
production as a single project, and then later, when I have
multiple projects, add in a separate merge task to achieve the
merged projects file? That is, there's no special set-up required
for each project
now if I'm planning to add a merged file down the road?
Just checking--I haven't had to do all this from scratch