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dtinfoaction(file formats)			    dtinfoaction(file formats)

NAME
       dtinfoaction -- XCDE information	management actions

SYNOPSIS
       DtLoadInfoLib filename
       Open filename
       DtShowInfoAtLoc
       DtPrintInfoAtLoc

DESCRIPTION
       The XCDE	Information Management Services	support	the following informa-
       tion management actions:

       DtLoadInfoLib filename
		 Load the information library specified	by filename, which can
		 be  either  a	relative or absolute file path.	If filename is
		 not specified,	dtinfo displays	the  default  information  li-
		 brary(s).

       Open filename
		 Load  the  information	library	specified by filename.	Remaps
		 to DtLoadInfoLib filename.

       DtShowInfoAtLoc filename	section
		 Display the section or	topic specified	by  section  contained
		 within	 the  infolib  specified by filename.  filename	can be
		 either	a relative or absolute file  path.  section  specifies
		 the  information  library section in generalized locator for-
		 mat.  dtinfo is started if it is not  already	running.  This
		 corresponds to	invoking dtinfo	with the -sect option from the
		 command line.

       DtPrintInfoAtLoc
		 Print one or more infolib sections from the desktop. This ac-
		 tion  is  invoked  whenever  a	section	or sections is dragged
		 from the book list  window  in	 dtinfo	 and  dropped  on  the
		 printer icon on the front panel.

       These  actions can be invoked from an application using the DtActionIn-
       voke(3) function	or invoked from	a command line using  the  dtaction(1)
       utility.

SEE ALSO
       dtinfo(1),  DtActionInvoke(3),  DtInfo_LoadInfoLib(4),  DtInfo_PrintIn-
       foAtLoc(4), DtInfo_ShowInfoAtLoc	4

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