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What DITA OT version are you using?
It would be helpful if you could put together a minimal sample project exemplifying the problem.
But in general when using keys and branch filtering I thing you should also try to define a keyscope on the topicref which has the ditavalref element.
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On 3/16/2020 1:24 PM, @l3arn4life wrote:
Hi, I have a number of topics describing almost identical content in the context of three different scenarios. Some of the content only exists in, say, scenario A, but not in B and C. So I thought it’d make most sense to create one topic that holds the content for all scenarios and use profiling combined with branch filtering to show only relevant content in each respective instance of that topic. Each scenario has its own submap. When I reference the said topic using the common topicref, my output looks just as expected. As soon as I reference that topic with a keyref, my filtering goes out the window and all content is displayed in all instances. I guess the question is: is the combination of branch filtering and keyref on a topic not feasable atm or is there something I’m doing wrong?