Repository components

A repository contains one or more publications. A publication can be used to create a number of documents, each using the same style. The document style for a publication is defined by its stylesheet.

Within a publication are one or more partitions. A partition is a work area for creating and rendering a document. Each partition defines the content that is rendered to produce the output.

A repository can also contain folders used to group publications together.

The following shows an example repository as it would appear in the Open Dialog:

In this example the Catalog publication has three partitions. Each partition defines a different set of content, but all of them will produce output using the publication style.

The Group1 folder is used to contain the Reference Manual and Training Guide publications.