This procedure applies to Microsoft HTML Help, WebHelp, FlashHelp, Adobe AIR Application, and browser-based Adobe AIR projects.
After you create the master project, publish the child projects to place them in the correct location. Publishing the projects enables you to view them together at run time. You can maintain child projects at different locations and merge them at a different location. You can publish the merged project to a corporate intranet, an Internet site, a local hard disk, or a network or FTP server. The output files of the merged project are stored only at the published site and not at individual child project locations.
1)Open a child project.
2)Right-click the layout in the Single Source Layouts pod and select Generate.
note: In the case of master projects having the Adobe AIR Application output type, select the output type Browser Based Help for each child project.
3)For master projects having the Adobe AIR Application output type, select the output type Browser Based Help for the child project.
4)Display Publish settings.
•(Adobe AIR/WebHelp) Click the Publish tab in the layout properties dialog box.
•(FlashHelp/Microsoft HTML Help) Click Next until the Publish dialog box is displayed.
5)Specify a destination. For example, [master_project_folder]/SSL!/[layout_name]/mergedProjects/[child_project_name] or //servername/mergedProjects/[child_project_name].
6)Click Save And Generate. The layout is generated.
7)On the Result dialog box, click Publish.
When the process is complete, a dialog box displays statistics about the publishing process and a list of files published.