This article is not applicable to Cloud versions.
The following sections describes the steps to publish your glossary. For detailed information on publishing documents, simulations, and courses, refer to Publishing Content. For information on batch publishing content, the glossary, and your website, refer to Batch Publishing.
Publishing the Active Glossary
- Select .
- Select the template corresponding to the glossary to be published.
- Optionally, browse to specify an outbox other than the default.
The additional options below the outbox are applicable only if you are batch publishing content and the glossary. For information on batch publishing content, the glossary, and your website, refer to Batch Publishing.
- Click Publish to publish the active glossary.
When you publish the glossary, any existing, previously published glossary at the same location is deleted.
When publishing is complete, a summary message is displayed with a hyperlink to the successfully published glossary. The name of the published glossary is determined by the entry in the glossary publication settings in your template. For detailed information on glossary publication settings, refer to Manage All Publications.
Optionally, review the Application and Transformation logs for detailed information on events. In Windows 7 and Windows 8, the logs are stored in the \User\App Data\Roaming\[applictiondatapath]\Version X.X\Logs directory.
To print the glossary, open and print the published index.xml file located in the specified outbox at \[glossary name]\glossary\xml.
Integrating a Published Glossary into the Website
After publishing the glossary and website, the link to the glossary in the upper right of the website will automatically point to the glossary file. Ensure you move all published files to a central file or web server as described in Making Your Website Available to End Users.