Language reference : Base architecture : Classification elements : Subject scheme maps : hasKind
   
hasKind
The <hasKind> element specifies that the contained hierarchy expresses KIND-OF relationships between subjects.
In a KIND-OF hierarchy, the child subject is a particular variety of the parent subject. A KIND-OF hierarchy is sometimes known as an IS-A, generic, or subsumption hierarchy.
Contains
Note: These models represent only the default document types distributed by OASIS. Actual content models will differ with each new document type.
Doctype
Content model
subjectScheme
( (topicmeta) (optional) then (data or data-about or subjectdef or subjectHead or topicref or (anchorref or keydef or mapref or topicgroup or topichead or topicset or topicsetref) ) (any number) )
Contained by
Doctype
Content model
subjectScheme
Inheritance
- map/topicref subjectScheme/hasKind
Example 161. Example
This examples specifies that cars, trucks, and motorcycles are kinds of vehicles. In addition, compact, sedan, and station wagon are each a kind of car, while pickup and van are each a type of truck.
<subjectScheme>
<hasKind>
<subjectdef keys="vehicle" navtitle="Vehicle">
<subjectdef keys="car" navtitle="Passenger car">
<subjectdef keys="compact" navtitle="Compact car"/>
<subjectdef keys="sedan" navtitle="Sedan"/>
<subjectdef keys="stationWagon" navtitle="Station wagon"/>
</subjectdef>
<subjectdef keys="truck" navtitle="Truck">
<subjectdef keys="pickup" navtitle="Pickup truck"/>
<subjectdef keys="van" navtitle="Van"/>
</subjectdef>
<subjectdef keys="motorcycle" navtitle="Motorcycle"/>
</subjectdef>
</hasInstance>
</subjectScheme>
Attributes
Name
Description
Data Type
Default Value
Required?
navtitle
Specifies the title of the topic as it will appear in the navigation or tables of contents that are generated from the map. Beginning with DITA 1.2, the preferred way to specify the navigation title in a map is with the navtitle element, available inside the topicmeta element.
CDATA
#IMPLIED
No
href
A pointer to the resource represented by the <topicref>. See The href attribute for detailed information on supported values and processing implications. References to DITA content cannot be below the topic level: that is, you cannot reference individual elements inside a topic. References to content other than DITA topics should use the format attribute to identify the kind of resource being referenced.
CDATA
#IMPLIED
No
keys
Introduces one or more global identifiers for a resource referenced from a map. See The keys attribute for details on how to use the keys attribute.
NMTOKEN
#IMPLIED
No
processing-role
Describes the processing role of the referenced topic. The processing default is "normal". If the value is not specified locally, but is specified on an ancestor, the value will cascade from the closest ancestor.
normal
Normal topic that is a readable part of the information.
resource-only
The topic is used as a resource for processing purposes, but is not a readable unit of information on its own. This topic should not be included in a rendered table of contents, and the topic should not be rendered on its own.
-dita-use-​conref-​target
See Using the -dita-use-conref-target value for more information.
 
(normal | resource-only | -dita-use-​conref-​target)
#IMPLIED
No
scope
The scope attribute identifies the closeness of the relationship between the current document and the target resource. See The scope attribute for more information on values.
(local | peer | external | -dita-use-​conref-​target)
#IMPLIED
No
format
The format attribute identifies the format of the resource being referenced. See The format attribute for details on supported values.
CDATA
#IMPLIED
No
type
Describes the target of a reference. See The type attribute for detailed information on supported values and processing implications.
CDATA
#IMPLIED
No
univ-atts attribute group (includes select-atts, id-atts, and localization-atts groups)
A set of related attributes, described in univ-atts attribute group
global-atts attribute group (xtrf, xtrc)
A set of related attributes, described in global-atts attribute group
class, outputclass, keyref
Keyref provides a redirectable reference based on a key defined within a map. See The keyref attribute for information on using this attribute. Class and outputclass are described in Other common DITA attributes