I work with documentation which is developed and maintained in DITA format. We use DITA Open Toolkit to transform the xml files into a package that contains:
I am wondering whether it would be possible to create a WebHelp project in RoboHelp 9 and generate output ready to be deployed on a web server without involving the user. All the information needed should be in the xml, and I am looking for a way to automate the whole process. So, would it be possible to use any kind of application (.NET, Windows bat, some kind of script) that would perform all the necessary steps using RoboHelp 9?
With scripting, you can automatically create and publish RoboHelp projects. It will take some effort to create such a script, but it may save you from having to manually create and publish projects. You can also let RoboHelp run a script from the command line, so you can let the script take care of it in one go. See http://help.adobe.com/en_US/robohelp/robohtml/WS98613C7C-EF5B-48e9-A91A-D2AABB882687.html for more information.
Thank you fo the speedy response, William. It's exactly what I was looking for.