Could you provide details on the differences between the vanilla DITA-OT, and the DITA-OT with the various small fixes bundled in the Oxygen Publishing Englne?
Are fixes delivered as jar files to add to the classpath in the plugin.xml?
Are these fixes specific to publishing with Oxygen or can they be used for any output type?
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Maybe you can create a small sample DITA project exemplifying the problem and attach it to an email.
The DITA OT bundled with Oxygen also comes with various small fixes made to the open source DITA OT distribution.
We deliver it as a separate download named Oxygen Publishing Engine, it is available for download here:
Maybe you can try to run the transformation from the command line, for example to produce the PDF. If it properly generates the output but the DITA OT 3.5.4 downloaded from the DITA OT web site does not, then probably one of our fixes might responsible for that.
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On 1/22/21 14:27, stinakab via groups.io wrote: