Encoding requirements

Hi Team,
I have three questions for you:
(1) OHW: Is controlFileEncoding an attribute of <helpset> or is it an attribute of <locale>?
In the Oracle Help Guide, OHW Configuration File topic, the text shows controlFileEncoding as an attribute of <helpset>, but "A Sample <locales> Section" shows controlFileEncoding as an attribute of <locale>.
(2) BOTH OHW/OHJ: In the "Best Practice for Internationalization" section, step 2 states:
"Put an XML declaration at the top of all help control files: map, TOC, index, and helpset files. If you do this, you do not need to use <controlFileEncoding>."
Does this mean that a line such as the following should appear at the top of map, TOC, index, and helpset files, plus the LINK file? In other words, is it important to include the <encoding> specification?
<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8' ?>
(3) BOTH OHW/OHJ: Does the encoding setting in the xml files control the character set in the topic files, or is a charset entry required in each HTML topic file, such as:
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
Thanks for the clarification,
Wendy

Hi Wendy,
1) controlFileEncoding is an attribute on <helpSet> and
the old legacy format <helpBook>. It is only needed
if no encoding information is specified in the
XML help control files.
2) Yes, the XML control files should all include an XML
declaration with an encoding attribute that indicates
the encoding of the file. This is just the rules of
XML. All of the XML help control files in a single
helpset should be in the same encoding (.hs, toc,
keyword index, etc).
3) The encoding of the HTML topic files is independent
from the encoding of the XML help control files.
Each HTML file should contain the meta charset
information.

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    Ignoring video stream!
    Unsupported AVSampleFormat 8
    Unsupported AVSampleFormat 8
    Audio encoder requires unknown or unsupported input format
    Exiting...
    Last edited by kriz (2013-06-19 10:08:42)

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