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Adding Custom Actions to OxygenXML Frameworks

About this book

In the first TC Dojo ebook, Adding Custom Actions to OxygenXML Frameworks, you'll find advice from a long-time OxygenXML user and XSL/XSL-FO developer.

Widely used by XML content creators and developers, OxygenXML is highly regarded as a premier application for XSLT and XQuery programmers.

Her easy-to-follow approach offers practical tips and pointers enabling readers to quickly get started customizing the OxygenXML Environment.

What you will learn

  • How custom actions can personalize your OxygenXML environment
  • How custom actions work
  • How to add menu items and toolbar buttons that will trigger your custom actions
  • Save yourself time by automating repetitive tasks
  • Where to go for help

Get this book for free

This book is available for free through Kindle Unlimited. $3.99 otherwise.

Have questions?

If you have questions about anything in the book or the technology that surrounds using OxygenXML, XPath, XSLT, or XSL-FO stylesheets, we can help. Need someone to help you write that XPath query or figure out why a template isn't being called?  You can book an appointment to get help from the author for your stylesheet, customization, or other questions that apply specifically to you and your situation.

Book a mentoring session with someone who will focus on you and your situation. Get advice from the author, an expert in the field.

Praise for this book

I’m giving a presentation about XSL-FO & PDF and will be including your options. It will be useful for testing variants!

Franz-Josef Knelangen

OxygenXML developer, AKG Software Consulting GmbH

About the Author

For years, Elizabeth Fraley has worked with clients guiding them through the getting started process with Arbortext, enabling them to be efficient content creators. She knows her customers want to do it themselves and that they just don't want to do it alone.

This book series builds on her consulting services and training at Single-Sourcing Solutions, a company she started in 2003. She is an active member in the Arbortext community and related XML information development communities.

Although we are no longer a partner, we were one of three PTC Authorized Training partners who specialized in Arbortext for 21 years, including at the time this book was written.