Window Descriptions : Merge Settings Window
 
Merge Settings Window
This window allows you to specify custom settings for merged, or multivolume help. ePublisher only enables this window if you are working with an output format that supports merged, or multivolume help systems. Not all output formats support merged, or multivolume help. Eclipse Help, Microsoft HTML Help, and WebWorks Help are the output formats that currently support merged, or multivolume help systems. If you are working with an output format that does not support merged, or multivolume help, this window is disabled.
The fields are defined as follows:
Merge Title
Specifies the name displayed in the title bar of the help.
Hierarchy
Lists all the top-level groups in your project. This group hierarchy is used to define the hierarchy displayed in the table of contents for your multivolume help system. To reposition any of your top-level groups in the table of contents hierarchy, select the group to move and drag the group to a new location in the hierarchy.
Table of contents title
Specifies the name displayed for the selected top-level group when that group is displayed in the table of contents for your merged, or multivolume help system. The group name specified in Document Manager defines the name of the folder that contains the generated output files in that group. Change the name displayed for the top-level group in your merged, or multivolume help system by selecting a top-level group and then typing a new name in this field. By default, the name displayed in the table of contents is the name of the top-level group specified in Document Manager.
Group context
Specifies the help context to use when generating merged, or multivolume help that includes context-sensitive help. In WebWorks Help, you need to include this context and the TopicAlias value in the help call to display the correct help topic.
Note: The group context must be unique so that when topic IDs are duplicated in different help sets, the context sensitive reference will refer to the correct help location. For more information, see “Opening Context-Sensitive Help in WebWorks Help using Standard URLs”.