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How to keep DNG module heading levels in RPE Word output?


Tali Rabetti (111820) | asked Oct 09 '16, 5:56 a.m.
I have created a basic RPE template that suppose to keep heading levels as they are in my DNG module.
first try:
 -  Style name: dataSource/artifact/moduleContext/contextBinding/depth. The heading levels in the generated document are totally different then what is in the DNG module. I checked the URI xml and the depth is correct there.
Second try:
- Heading level offset: dataSource/artifact/moduleContext/contextBinding/depth
- Style name: 1
This works but I am getting heading level promoted by 1.
third try:
- Heading level offset: using script - depth - 1
- Style name: 1
Somehow the result is messed up, I get an error "heading level 12 is not defined" although heading level suppose to be 5.
What is the right way to do it?
Thanks!

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David Clark (2341152) | answered Oct 10 '16, 8:26 a.m.
 Tali,
The following works for me.. (indentation indicates nesting)
Container > dataSource/artifact/moduleContext/contextBinding
   Container > dataSource/artifact/collaboration/attribute/objectType   - required to pull out attribute "isHeading"
   Container > [condition:: isHeading == "true"]
      Paragraph > set the style name to: "dataSource/artifact/moduleContext/contextBinding/depth" - I see that was done
         Text > dataSource/artifact/moduleContext/contextBinding/title
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Tali Rabetti commented Oct 13 '16, 6:32 a.m.

Thanks for your answer! It showed me which is the right way. The problem was that as part of the trials I have mistakenly set the HeadingLevel of the Text part instead of the paragraph, and was not aware of it. This is what messed up the results.

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