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TITLE
CDATA
#IMPLIED
INLINE
(TRUE|FALSE)
"TRUE"
CONTENT-ROLE
CDATA
#IMPLIED
CONTENT-TITLE CDATA
#IMPLIED
SHOW
(EMBED|REPLACE|NEW) "REPLACE"
ACTUATE
(AUTO|USER)
"USER"
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CDATA
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What do all the above attributes[md]ROLE, TITLE, and so on[md]mean We've seen the XML-LINK attribute above; this is the attribute that indicates this element is a link Possible values are SIMPLE, EXTENDED, LOCATOR, GROUP, or DOCUMENT The ROLE attribute is a string that indicates the role of the link; for example, you could keep track of crossreferences or a list of appendixes by filling in the ROLE attribute
We've also seen the HREF attribute; this attribute holds the locator for the resource we're linking to This attribute can contain URLs or other pointers, as we'll see The TITLE attribute holds the link's title[md]the text the link is known by It's optional to give the link a title The INLINE attribute can take values of TRUE or FALSE and indicates if the link is inline or out-ofline If a link is inline (which is the default), all the content of this element is to be considered a resource of the link[md]except for any child locator elements, if there are any If INLINE is FALSE, the link is out-of-line, which means the link instructs applications where to look for links (This will make more sense when we examine link groups at the end of the chapter)
Tip: Out-of-line links are needed to support multidirectional links, because such out-ofline elements indicate where to look for links You also use them to set up links to and from read-only resources where you can't embed a link
When the link is inline, you can use the CONTENT-ROLE and CONTENT-TITLE attributes to provide the title and role for the content of this link The SHOW axis indicates what traversal to the new resource should do The value of SHOW indicates if the new resource should be embedded in the present resource (SHOW = EMBED), replace the present resource (SHOW = REPLACE, the default), or be processed in an entirely new context (SHOW = NEW) You use the ACTUATE axis to indicate when the application activates the link You can indicate that the program should traverse the link as soon as it comes upon that link (ACTUATE = AUTO), or when the user directs (ACTUATE = USER, the default) You use the BEHAVIOR attribute to hold a text string that is made up of instructions for traversal behavior This attribute is added to make linking as general as possible in XML, but XML does not dictate the contents of this attribute; you can place application and system specific-information in this attribute and make use of it in your application That's what the various attributes do in a simple XML link We will put this declaration to use now as we create an example with a simple XML link built-in
The link Example
In the first example of this chapter, we'll present the user with a window like this: When the user clicks the Jump to the hyperlinked document button, we'll load in the document +: < XML VERSION = "10" >
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<!ELEMENT DOCUMENT (#PCDATA|A)*>
<!ELEMENT A (#PCDATA)>
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<DOCUMENT>
<A XML-LINK="SIMPLE" HREF="FILE:////C://XML//LINK//LINK2XML">The
new document</A>
</DOCUMENT>
Note: In the examples in this chapter, we'll double each forward slash in HREF strings so that we can pass those strings directly to the Java URL class constructor In practice, you are free to set up HREF strings as you like in your applications; usually, you use single, not double, slashes
We'll search through + until we find the element with the XML-LINK attribute and then jump to the linked document as specified in the HREF attribute Here, that's link2xml, which looks like this: < XML version = "10" >
<!DOCTYPE DOCUMENT [
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