I'm an experienced DITA user, but I've only ever used Oxygen or the Ixiasoft CMS to produce documentation for the company I work for. Now I've got a private client interested in HTML output of some sort (we'll probably settle on HTML5). I'm trying to put together an inexpensive DITA solution (read: free). I found and installed Codex, which seems promising. Then I installed the Adopt OpenJDK and the DITA-OT, v3.6. I set the PATH variable, in accordance with the installation instructions. I am able to run a bunch of commands, but I can't generate any output using the sample map (sequence.ditamap) and preinstalled plugins that come with the OT.
Here's what I'm getting:
C:\Users\nanr9>dita --input=sequence.ditamap format=dita
Error: Transformation type not defined
dita -i <file> -f <name> [options]
dita --project=<file> [options]
deliverables Print list of deliverables in project file
install Install or reload plug-ins
plugins Print list of installed plug-ins
transtypes Print list of installed transformation types (output formats)
uninstall Remove and delete plug-in
version Print version information and exit
See 'dita <subcommand> --help' for details about a specific subcommand.
-i <file>, --input=<file> Input file
-f <name>, --format=<name> Output format (transformation type)
-p <file>, --project=<file> Publish a project file with multiple deliverables
--filter=<files> Filter and flagging files. This option can be passed multiple times.
-h, --help Print help information
-o <dir>, --output=<dir> Output directory
-r <file>, --resource=<file> Additional input resources. This option can be passed multiple times.
See 'dita --help' for full list of options.
When I run transtypes, I can see both HTML5 and XHTML are installed:
What am I doing wrong?