Implement a DITA publishing solution without abandoning your current publishing system investments

How IBM started working with DITA without overhauling the entire system

From the developerWorks archives

Robert Anderson and Erik Hennum

Date archived: December 7, 2016 | First published: December 20, 2005

In with the old, in with the new. How did IBM move forward with Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) without investing in a completely new system? This article describes the solution that allowed us to begin working with the new, topic-oriented DITA architecture while continuing to take advantage of our existing, book-oriented SGML tools and content.

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