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[ESW Wiki] Update of "its0504ReqLinkedText" by MasakiItagaki

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Date: Thu, 19 May 2005 05:58:55 -0000
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The following page has been changed by MasakiItagaki:
http://esw.w3.org/topic/its0504ReqLinkedText


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  Author: Masaki Itagaki
  
  = Links to internal/external text =
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+ == Summary ==
  Any text references to internal and external content, such as references to section titles and software UI items, should be implemented and identified in such a way that it is possible for localisation tools to automatically retrieve the actual text from original text places. 
  
  '''[CL] Isn't "text references" too restricted? Wouldn't we also like to ensure for example that a screenshot/graphics which appears in a document, corresponds to a certain GUI element?'''
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  '''[[YS-''' So maybe something like: "...it is possible for localization tools to automatically retrieve the information about how to access the references at their original locations." ''']]'''
  
- == Background ==
+ '''[[MI-''' However, how to retrieve the linked data should be an seperate issue. It's not just an authentication issue. Accessing to external data may require a specific access parameters, URL, ane even a specific application. How to access to external data should be left to a rendering application or process. When the Linked Tag has something like ''src=/database/formItems/description@pk=123'', how to access to the data in the description field of the formItems table should be taken care of by a rendering tool or a localization tool. ''']]'''
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+ == Challenge/Issue ==
  
  Direct text references could occur as in the following examples:
  
Received on Thursday, 19 May 2005 06:13:43 GMT

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